Steve Biodrowski

Cinefantastique's Los Angeles Correspondent from 1987 to 1993 and West Coast Editor from 1993 to 1999. Currently the webmaster of Cinefantastique Online, I also run a website called Hollywood Gothique that covers Halloween Horror and Sci-Fi Cinema Events in the Los Angeles area.

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9 responses to “Curse of Frankenstein (1957) – Horror Film Review”

  1. » Obituary: Hazel Court (1926-2008)

    [...] and forth across the Atlantic, she appeared in two productions for England’s Hammer Films, CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1957) and THE MAN WHO COULD CHEAT DEATH (1959), and in three for American International Pictures, [...]

  2. » Film Review: Cat Girl (1957)

    [...] up James Whale’s THE OLD DARK HOUSE and BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN.) Released a few months after CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN – Hammer’s bold color reinvention of the horror genre – CAT GIRL must have seemed like a dated [...]

  3. » Film Review: The Gorgon (1964)

    [...] bodies of the Gorgon’s victims). Although never likely to rank alongside the seminal CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN (1957) and HORROR OF DRACULA (1958), the film is a fine example of the form that deserves a place [...]

  4. » Cybersurfing: Bits and Pieces

    [...] ESPLATTER: Lucius Gore shows us a series of stamps dedicated to Hammer horror classics like CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN. [...]

  5. » Review: The Two Faces of Dr. Jekyll (1960)

    [...] Hammer Films, the English company that had previously produced updated versions of Mary Shelly (CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN in 1957) and Bram Stoker (HORROR OF DRACULA in 1958). Bold and colorful, THE TWO FACES OF DR. JEKYLL [...]

  6. » News: New Hammer Horror In Name Only

    [...] that Hammer Films, the recently reborn company that once upon a time fashioned Gothic classics like CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN, THE TWO FACES OF DR. JEKYLL, and THE GORON) is planning a new slate of three films. Unfortunately, [...]

  7. » News: Hammer Horror Gaming

    [...] as: Movies Hammer Films, a name once synonymous with high-quality Gothic horror films (e.g., CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN, THE TWO FACES OF DR. JEKYLL), is back in business. Having recently completed BACK TO THE RAVE (a [...]

  8. Sense of Wonder: 50 Best Horror Films of All Time? | Cinefantastique Online

    [...] any “best of” list that excludes certified classics like HORROR OF DRACULA and CURSE OF FRANKENSTEIN while including the aforementioned SAW, not to mention HOSTEL, HOUSE ON HAUNTED HILL (either [...]

  9. Eyes without a Face (1959) - 50th Anniversary Retrospective | Cinefantastique Online

    [...] made a resurgence, thanks largely to England’s Hammer Productions, which released such titles as Curse of Frankenstein (1957) and Horror of Dracula (1958). Although the choice of subject matter was old-fashioned, the [...]

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