Frankenstein Unbound

Frankenstein Unbound

The ultimate weapon, claimed to be safe for mankind, produces global side-effects including time slides and disappearances. The scientist behind the project and his car are zapped from the year 2031 to 1817 in Switzerland where he meets Dr. Victor Frankenstein, Mary Shelley and others.

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Frankenstein Unbound torrent reviews

Anthony J (ru) wrote: The most uncharacteristic Carpenter film of all time.The acting was awful, the shots were dull, the camera work was bad, the music was horrible and the twist was so lame. This is not a John Carpenter at all. Amber Heard is terrible.

Jack B (kr) wrote: Not badly acted, not un-atmospheric, just not really funny and with a badly written script and essentially wasted talent. Could have been and should have been more.

Nicolas B (br) wrote: Ca ne me dit rien, mais si il y a Joseph Gordon Levitt dedans, c'est banco.

Greg W (nl) wrote: produced, written & directed by larry cohen he was the NYC equal to west coast's roger corman

Rameshwar I (au) wrote: While the previous edition is also mainstream, this edition is more audience friendly bordering on the action-comedy genre (just shades of contained comedy). The thriller element is more developed and Harry is a known character where the screenplay doesn't need to waste time introducing him again. But right when this one was going to overshadow the original, it fizzles out with its weak climax. While Harry (Clint Eastwood) still goes by his reputation of an unconventional trigger happy cop, a new form of 'terror' engulfs the city where criminals are being put down by a vigilante. Harry is being suppressed by his Lieutenant Briggs (Hal Holbrook) and he is assigned a new partner Early Smith (Felton Perry). When he watches a bunch of talented rookies in the shooting range, it gives him an idea. This is way more suspenseful while the antagonist is mysterious and powerful. Eastwood goes one up from his original performance by bringing in a subtle comic element to his character but at times oversteps on the space reserved for Chuck Norris, take the hijack drama for example. The screenplay is stuffed with twists and turns which makes it breezy and the rest of the characters too put in an apt performance except for Hal Holbrook who resorts to a caricature. Though the climax is quite revealing in the writing perspective, the action sequences and the actual implementation in disclosing the plot is mediocre. There is a small tabla melody introduced for the aforementioned comic subtlety that gels well with the overall background score. A lot more characters are introduced compared to the first edition, his romantic interest comes and leaves without a head and a tail. Goes one up from the original but fizzles out in the climax.