Brilliant young Victor Karlstein finds himself in an abyss of personal turmoil and professional stress after the woman he most likely seemed to love dies while under the care of his own mysterious medical facility. Determined to keep her alive, Victor uses his mechanically-enhanced reanimated corpse to murder young women in order to furnish "raw parts" for her new body, among other devious things. A grainy echo of experimental and fantastic films of years past rendered in wild splashes of saturated super-8 cinematography, Frankenstein's Bloody Nightmare is the debut feature from writer/producer/director John R. Hand.
Frankensteins Bloody Nightmare is a wild cocktail of nightmarish sensibilities; its death nerve twitches to a disquieting mish-mash of strange images and even stranger sounds. --Slant Magazine