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Frankenstein's Bloody Terror (1968)

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Distraught werewolf Waldemar Daninski (played by Spain's most popular horror movie star Paul Naschy) becomes so desperate to find a cure for his lunar-influenced affliction that he visits occult shopkeepers to find a cure. Unfortunately, those who seem anxious to help him turn out to be ruthless bloodsuckers. Originally filmed in 3-D, this film was a major hit in Spain. Before getting US released it had 45 minutes hacked away and was transferred to regular two-dimensional films. Naschy, using his birth name Jacinto Molina, wrote the script. ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

Cast

Jacinto Molina
as Count Waldemar Daninsky
Julian Ugarte
as Mikelhov
Rosanna Yanni
as Wandessa
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the guy's name is WOLFSTEIN and there's a Dracula-guy in it but no Frankenstein. like a few other films, it sucks but its classic! stars Paul Naschy as VLADMIR!!!!! FREAK YEAAAAHHHHHHHHHHH!

Gordon Terry
Gordon Terry
½

Naschy's first Daninsky film, Mark of the Wolf Man, was retitled for the American drive-in audience, so don't expect any Frankenstein in this one. It's actually much better than you'd expect, although the print used for the DVD is not the best. The movie takes a while to get going, with a clunky love story and not enough Naschy. Eventually he's bitten by a resurrected werewolf ancestor and the fun begins. Naschy's frothing wolf man is terrific. There's some great use of color and atmospheric effects (if only the print were better!) that make up for the deficiencies in character and story. I will say that the left-turn that the plot takes in the second half was not something I would have expected. Quite enjoyable.

Mike Boas
Mike Boas

Awesome Paul Naschy flick with some of the first Waldemar Daninsky legacy to be put on film! A land mark film for Spanish Horror, and a must buy for any fan of monsters, blood, and mayhem! The title is deceiving seeing that Frankenstein?s monster is not actually in the movie, but if you know your Paul Naschy movies you know Waldemar Daninsky fights him in a later on in the series.

Colin Rodgers
Colin Rodgers

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