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Desc:An unholy experiment, against the backdrop of an epic struggle!
Category:Trailers, Horror
Tags:frankenstein, World War II, not a dupe
Submitted:John Holmes Motherfucker
Date:02/15/18
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John Holmes Motherfucker - 2018-02-15
Found footage horror movies are supposed to create an illusion of authenticity, and by that standard, with its English-speaking Soviet Soldiers, Frankenteoin's Army is a failure. But this is a different standard. Usually, the technique is used to maximaize a tiny budget, but this time, the production values are actually pretty good. The second half reveals an elaborate vision of a modern figurative Hell, The fluid, shaky, hand and-held camera work looks random, but is actually employed with precision, to tease the viewer with peripheral flashes of nightmare imagery that made me think of Heironymous Bosch., even though there were less exalted meoments that made me think of playing a first person shooter..

Overall, one of the best movies since I started showing up on Mnday Nights. The trailer doesn't do it justice.

Warning. This may be a minority opinion. .
cognitivedissonance - 2018-02-15
My opinion has shifted in the 72 hours since I saw it. I really hated all the tiny things that broke me out of suspension of disbelief (cameras of the time don’t work like this movie thinks they do, the staginess of some of the effects, the awful Boris Badenov accents the characters talk in), BUT I do find myself drawn to it in hindsight. There’s some extremely successful imagery in there. The film drags until Dr. Frankenstein shows up, but once he’s there, it goes into overdrive and really works. The weird little creature effect touches like the Bride of Frankenstein field medic nurse and the bizarre gonk-droid Igor creature were really fun. It’s a film that jams A LOT of bonkers ideas into a tight space. It could use a good editor to cut out the dragging first act, but any movie that proposes to put half a Nazi brain into a Soviet soldier’s skull gets points for raw tasteless genius.

garcet71283 - 2018-02-15
Ok, you two convinced me to look this one up on Amazon Prime. I watched it and enjoyed it. As a historical realism stickler, I too was a little off-put by the camera thing and some of the details, but it was a fun movie overall.

I enjoyed the practical effects and the guy who plays Frankenstein is a real treat. Its a shame he's not it more of the movie.

BHWW - 2018-02-15
"Only the Nazis would be insane enough to stitch a man together from corpses and give him knives for hands. In Mother Russia, we would have figured out a way to give him guns for hands."
Marlon Brawndo - 2018-02-15
It's about time someone made a historically accurate version of Hitler's Frankenknifehands army. The History Channel's version was just so subpar in comparison.
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