The 4th Frankenstein film made by Hammer after The Curse of Frankenstein (1957), The Revenge of Frankenstein (1958) and The Evil of Frankenstein (1964), this one touched upon a more supernatural, metaphysical aspect, and it seems to work, with a title lifted from Roger Vadim's And God Created Woman (1956). Victor Frankenstein (Peter Cushing) is working in a small town, working with Dr Hertz (Thorley Walters) and young assistant Hans Werner (Robert Morris), Frankenstein has discovered a way to harvest the souls from people's bodies. Hans is in love with Christina (Susan Denberg), whose father Herr Cleve (Alan MacNaughtan) is the local innkeeper. When Christina is taunted by thuggish dandies Anton (Peter Blythe), Johann (Derek Fowlds) and Karl (Barry Warren), who Hans stands up to. But, when the dandies murder Cleve, Hans is beheaded for it, and Christina commits suicide by drowning. Frankenstein uses Hans' body to harvest the soul, and he puts the soul into the body of Christina, who, you've guessed it, goes on a rampage after the dandies for doing this. It's a very good Hammer film which goes in a different direction to the other Frankenstein films. It's engaging with a good story, mixing an old European setting with a good revenge story throughout, it has a good cast too, made up of old regulars and new faces. It's even one of Martin Scorsese's favourite films as well.