Hammer’s Cult Classic Frankenstein Created Woman to be Resurrected on Blu-ray

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Hammer's Cult Classic Frankenstein Created Woman to be Resurrected on Blu-rayFrankenstein is all the rage these days (Frankenstein’s Army; I, Frankenstein; et al), but thanks to the tireless stalwarts working behind the scenes, the classics will not stay dead.

In this case it’s the 1967 cult Hammer film Frankenstein Created Woman, which will be released by Millennium Entertainment in fancy schmancy high-definition on January 28th.

Starring Peter Cushing, Susan Denberg, and Thorley Walters, the Terence Fisher-directed film will be the first time we horror nuts in the States will be able to enjoy the film on Blu-ray. Included on the Blu-ray will be a multitude of special features, including a brand new documentary called “Hammer Glamour” and the trailer for the film, among others.

In Frankenstein Created Woman, a tormented girl (Susan Denberg) drowns herself after her lover is framed for her father’s murder and guillotined. Baron Frankenstein (Peter Cushing), experimenting with the transfer of souls, places her lover’s soul into her body, bringing Christina back to life. With no memories of her past life, she becomes driven by a ghostly revenge and carries out a violent retribution on those responsible for both deaths.

Special Features:

  • Commentary featuring Derek Fowlds (“Johann”), Robert Morris (“Hans”), and Jonathan Rigby (Hammer Historian)
  • Frankenstein Created Woman Trailer
  • World of Hammer Episode “The Curse of Frankenstein”
  • World of Hammer Episode “Hammer Stars: Peter Cushing”
  • Brand New Documentary: “Hammer Glamour”
  • Animated Stills Gallery
  • Includes Exclusive Collectable Cards!

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  • Brad McHargue

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    • MonsterMash

      Can somebody tell me what happened to the footage of Susan Denberg in the bandage underwear getup? She never wears that in the movie and the screenshots (Publicity Shots?) are everywhere. Is it cut/lost footage or what?

      • Uncle Creepy

        Really not sure. Was probably a publicity shoot as every image of her wearing that is extremely “posed.”

      • Cinemascribe

        My understanding is that those famous shots of her in the bandages were simply publicity stills used to promote the film.