Frankenstein '80 (Mosaic) (1972) - Rotten Tomatoes

Frankenstein '80 (Mosaic) (1972)





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This Italian production stars Gordon Mitchell as the modern-day monster-maker, who appropriately dubs his bald, lumbering patchwork creation "Mosaico." After the creature's escape from the lab, the plot seldom deviates from scene after scene of the scar-faced behemoth disemboweling women and bashing in people's heads with a leg-bone. Despite the participation of makeup effects master Carlo Rambaldi (who would bring E.T. to life ten years later), production values are virtually nonexistent. Essentially an exploitive slasher scenario with a man-made killer, this sleazy mess has about as much to do with Mary Shelley's legendary tale as a box of Frankenberry cereal. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi
Classics , Horror , Mystery & Suspense
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Cheezy Flicks Entertainment

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Terrible Italian exploitation film. Has little to offer any sort of audience. Poorly lit, sub-par acting and atrocious story. Good times.

Maren Hopkins
Maren Hopkins

Feels uneven and dumb. There isn't very much interesting going on, though there is a nice dark tone to the film, and the monster looks good. Otherwise it ends up being unwatchable and dull.

Wes Shad
Wes Shad

Stupid cops hunt a modern day Frankenstein's monster who kills women for no particular reason in this Eurosleaze cheapie. It only exists as an excuse for nudity and gore, but there are hundreds of more interesting and better lit movies that serve the same function.

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