Frankenstein's Army [Blu-ray]
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I've watched hundreds of horror films. Believe me, i have seen so many; Indie, 80's, The French films (which have a knack for disturbing me so after "Inside" i said no more, LOL) and 'some' Hollywood flicks. I have an affinity for the 70's where heavy atmosphere and suspense was a staple of that era in horror movies, e.g; "Magic", "Death dream" and "Black Christmas". You see, Im not the teenager i once was, growing up in the 80's, so i cant handle aimless, plotless brutality and graphic violence any more, although the 80's stuff had suspense and plot as well as gore. Yes I might be a bit weak nowadays as far as what i can stomach and enjoy, thats why i wouldn't watch the Human Centipede or even a film like Martyrs, even if the latter is said to be very good. Im not judging these films I just get PTS very easily, BUT, this was not the case for this flick, the savage happenings here, served a purpose, which is to draw you into this insane world..
Frankensteins Army was one of those brilliant nightmares that kept my heart beating hard beneath my ribcage as if i had just smoked a joint of "too-powerful weed" all to myself in one sitting.
The monsters were nightmares. Creeping, clanking, crushing metal nightmares.. Jesus. The camera view of the film was key, it definitely puts you into that chaos, too damned real. The violence was there, but aside from mine-carts and rooms of thousands of body parts, it wasn't so graphic that it became overwhelming.Read more ›
The film employs the increasingly tiring "found footage" style of filmmaking, meaning that one of the characters is holding the camera that records the action. Although this is a less expensive way to shoot a movie, it can become problematic when the camera needs to film a sequence where it doesn't make sense for the character to stand there and do so. Surprisingly, "Frankenstein's Army" actually handles this tricky technique quite well. The film is a historical document following a band of Russian soldiers as they traverse across German territory in World War II.Read more ›
+The Found Footage wasnt shot terrible like Blair Witch Project, it works for his film!
+Great acting from the Mad Doctor
+One of the best horror films I have ever seen. Period.
-Dont really have any, and thats no BS.
In a nutshell, Frankenstein's Army is a fun film. Its a throwback to old School horror when they put HEART into their work. Its a film I will watch again and again years from now. I look forward to Richard Raaphorst (Director) future projects. Nice Job sir, and Thank you.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Tried watching this with my Shudder subscription. No video.Published 1 month ago by Kevin Warner Dameron
Unfortunately I was unable to stream this movie even though I'm paying for a shudder subscription. The soundtrack plays but that's all. Needless to say, I'm extremely disappointed.Published 1 month ago by Terri H
I wish I could give this movie a 0 star rating this is the stupidest movie I have ever seen and I have been watching movies for the past 50 years don't waste your time with thisPublished 2 months ago by Erik Herendi
The early creatures that the Russian detail encounter wear stahlhelm. Besides that they look like cyborgs. Read morePublished 3 months ago by William Terry
* Making of: 32:13 min.
* Creature spots
- Burnt-match man: 16 sec.
- Mosquito man: 16 sec.
- Propellerhead: 14 sec. Read more