Baron Frankenstein is killed by his creation, his daughter Tania (played by the delicious Sarah Bay) creates her own creature using the brain of her assistant and the body of her idiot servant. She then her monster to after her father’s killer (aka good ol’ revenge!). This is clearly trying to go for the Hammer vibe of gothic sets and popping color which are all impressive, but the story, as simple as it is, seems to be too much for director Mel Welles (a Corman protégé). Still, it’s fun as hell and worth a watch, just not sure it is going to hit the level of repeat viewings. Who knew Dr. Frankenstein’s daughter was hot and had a thing for dead guys? Sarah Bay can dig around my skull any day of the week.
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