Written by Robin on Letterboxd
This is what we used to call in my day "A 94 cent screamer," the Sunday afternoon horror movies sponsored by the local rock station Q-94, with change back from your dollar.
In 1971, it seems only natural that the Frankenstein Universe would expand to include a Liberated Lady with a mind of her own.
On first glance, I thought this was a Mercury Theatre offshoot, with Joseph Cotten doing a favor for his best friend's nephew on his first time out. Mel Welles is no relation to Orsen. Having come up through the Roger Korman factory, Welles had a lengthy filmography in titles like "Tip on a Dead Jockey," and "Rented Lips."
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