Frankenstein's Daughter (2005) Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
FRANKENSTEIN’S DAUGHTER The Frankensteins Are Keeping Up the Family Business Calling himself “Oliver Frank,” Dr. Frankenstein’s grandson (Donald Murphy) is up to the old tricks while developing a wonder drug with kindly Carter Morton (Felix Locher). After using Carter’s niece, Trudy (Sandra Knight), as his unwitting guinea pig, secretly transforming her while she sleeps, Oliver graduates to creating a new horror from scratch. Teen idol John Ashley, who later produced and/or starred in a series of lurid, low-budget horror movies shot in the Philippines, appears here as Trudy’s boyfriend, Johnny Bruder. Director Richard E. Cunha (Giant from the Unknown) and screenwriter H.E. Barrie also collaborated on two other cult favorites, She Demons and Missile to the Moon, that year. Approximately 85 minutes Black and White
About Frankenstein's Daughter (2005)
Starring: John Ashley, Sandra Knight, Donald Murphy, Sally Todd, Harold Lloyd Jr.
Runtime: 85 minutes
Director: Richard E. Cunha