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Frankenstein Unbound

Frankenstein Unbound ★★★ Roger Corman's Frankenstein Unbound 1990 (R)

Corman returns after nearly 20 years with a better than ever B movie. Hurt plays Dr. Joseph Buchanan, a nuclear physicist time traveler who accidentally goes back to 1816 and runs into Lord Byron (Patric), Percy (Hutchence) and Mary (Fonda) Shelley and their neighbor Baron Frankenstein (Julia) and his monster (Brimble). But Frankenstein is not done experimenting just yet. Great acting, fun special effects, intelligent and subtle message, with a little sex to keep things going. 86m/C VHS, DVD . John Hurt, Raul Julia, Bridget Fonda, Jason Patric, Michael Hutchence, Catherine Rabett, Nick Brimble, Catherine Corman, Mickey Knox; D: Roger Corman; W: F.X. Feeney, Roger Corman; C: Michael Scott, Armando Nannuzzi; M: Carl Davis; V: Terri Treas.

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