FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR
LA MARCA DEL HOMBRE LOBO
1968, Garagehouse Pictures, 78 min, Spain/West Germany, Dir: Enrique López Eguiluz

Famously mistitled (there is no mention or appearance of Frankenstein in the film), FRANKENSTEIN’S BLOODY TERROR is considered one of the holy grails of cult cinema and a must-see experience for horror fans in its original 3-D format. Paul Naschy, Spain’s favorite horror movie star at the time, plays a werewolf desperate to find a cure for his condition. Unfortunately, he finds a couple willing to help for all the wrong reasons.


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