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FRANKENSTEIN AND THE MONSTER FROM HELL (1972)

FRANKENSTEIN AND THE MONSTER FROM HELL <span>(1972)</span> artwork

FRANKENSTEIN AND THE MONSTER FROM HELL (1972)

Type Feature

Approx. Running minutes 93

Release dates 07/04/2003

BBFCInsight strong gore, horror

Genre(s) Science Fiction, Horror

Director(s) Terence Fisher

Cast includes Peter Cushing, Shane Briant, Madeline Smith, David Prowse, John Stratton, Bernard Lee, Philip Voss, Patrick Troughton, Patrick Allen

Cut versions One or more versions of this work have been cut. Cuts are detailed for each respective version found under "Related works".

BBFCinsight publication date 06/03/2014

Note: The following text may contain spoilers

FRANKENSTEIN AND THE MONSTER FROM HELL is a 1972 horror film, in which a young surgeon assists Baron Frankenstein as he continues his experiments on the residents of an asylum.

VIOLENCE
There is some bloody violence when a monster is torn apart. Although some of the detail of the violence is obscured from view by the attackers, bloody entrails are seen being thrown about. In addition, Frankenstein's surgical 'experiments' are shown in gory detail, including sight of bloody wounds and body parts. In one scene, skin is peeled back from a corpse's head before a saw is used to cut through the skull in order to remove the brain.

In one scene, a man is seen hanging from the bars of his cell, with a bloody wound around his neck. There is also some mild bad language, with uses of 'bloody' and 'God', and a mild sex reference when it is mentioned that a woman's father tried to rape her.

Details

Title
FRANKENSTEIN AND THE MONSTER FROM HELL
Also known as
FRANKENSTEIN & THE MONSTER FROM HELL
Year
1972
Formats
DVD, Cinema
Distributor(s)
Warner Home Video Ltd,Leisureview Ltd.,Icon Home Entertainment,Hammer Film Prods Ltd
Classified date(s)
25/03/2014
Main language
English
BBFC reference
AZF031899

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