Films: Frankenstein and the Monster from Hell (1974)
Alias: Herr Schneider
Location: Haunted home
Height/Weight: Twice that of an average human.
Summary: And you thought Peter Cushing was done playing the mad doctor, didn't you? Well, he's back, and he's getting sloppier at this whole resurrection thing by the second.
History: Herr Schneider was a mentally unsound crook in life, who tried committing suicide when the pressure became too much to bear. Unfortunately for him and us, he was committed to an asylum that had hired none other than Baron Frankenstein, who's been using this building as a front for his experiments. He's not in charge, but he's been given plenty of free time to do whatever he wants, and Schneider seems like the perfect candidate.
Notable Kills: That abusive asylum director gets a particularly violent glass object to the neck from the beast.
Final Fate: Many inmates don't like the monster at all, and proceed to mob it to death. Frankenstein is disappointed, but anticipates the next "donation"...
Powers/Abilities: Still sapient enough to use weapons.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-While more imposing and mindless than Frank's other creations, this doesn’t change the fact that it was killed by a mob not even armed with the typical torches and pitchforks.
Trivia: -This was not only the final Frankenstein film from Hammer Productions, but the final film directed by Terrence Fisher.
-The monster was played by David Prowse, who was the man physically playing as Darth Vader in the Star Wars movies.