"The Family Tree Gets Cut Down"

Film: Frankenstein 1970 (1958)

Alias: Schutter

Type: Man-Made

Location: Haunted House

Height/Weight: Slightly larger than an average man.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: The Frankensteins are an ornery bunch, always trying to create humans and screwing up in just about every conceivable way through stupidity, arrogance, but mostly both. The last Frank, Baron Victor von Frankenstein, was no different.

History: Victor's most defining moment was during WW2, in which he was horrifically disfigured by Nazis for refusing to cooperate with them. Many years later, this bitter remnant of trigger-happy scientists was trying to succeed where his predecessors failed. But he had few skills to pay the bills, so he allowed a group of filmmakers to make their own movie at his private castle in exchange for extra money. Alas, money couldn't buy extra parts for his experiment, so the visitors seemed like good game, even his butler! And, you guessed it, another reanimated corpse was born.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: After years of trying, Victor manages to give rise to a perfect upstanding citizen made from his mighty-HAHAHAHA, as if! Once again, a Frank's body play ends in heartache with the monster going rogue and getting himself and his master caught in a radioactive gas malfunction. Oh well, at least Victor succeeded in making a good-looking monster for once (beautiful, not necessarily cool).

Powers/Abilities: Just strength.

Weakness: Anything conventional. Gas does a goo job at killing him.

Scariness Factor: 2.5-Looking like a mummy with a keg for a head isn't exactly the most terrifying thing in the world, just saying.

Trivia: This film took only eight days to make.

-It was also directed by Howard W. Koch, who would go on to produce films such as 1980's Airplane!.

Image Gallery

Better than in the film. At least there's no pond for potential drowning.

Karloff's face has seen better days.

The power of Lucifer has decided to lend a hand.

A slender monstrosity, Karloff made.

The other movie is basically a small waffer.
Boris Karloff: The Name Written In Blood.

The blood of the monsters still resides in this atomic creature.
What's with the wrist?

"Telegram for you, ma'am."