Classic Horror: Frankenstein Returns in a Trio of Reviews

Today classic horror reviewer Don Krouskop sent in three new reviews for films you have got to see. First we’ve added a review for Jimmy Sangster’s 1970 film The Horror of Frankenstein, which Don calls “one of the most enjoyable variations on the classic Shelley story ever to hit the silver screen.” Then there’s Robert Gaffney’s 1965 film Frankenstein Meets the Space Monster, which Don says “is ludicrous, amateurish, and wholeheartedly silly.” Last, we’ve got Terence Fisher’ds 1969 Peter Cushings starrer Frankenstein Must Be Destroyed, which Don calls “frightening, gory, sexy and perversely funny.” For all of B-D’s reviews click the link below.

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