House of Frankenstein
House of Frankenstein (1944)

In many ways the most endearing of Universal's B-grade "monster rallies" of the 1940s, House of Frankenstein manages within its 70-minute time span to make room for Frankenstein's monster (Glenn Strange), Dracula (John… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: January 1, 1944
DVD Release Date: March 29, 2005
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Critic Score: 55% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Paul Chambers
Movie Chambers

Calling all monsters! Universal trots most of them out for this sequel to "Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man." And, the results were slightly better than the 1943 effort. Boris Karloff plays a mad scientist bent on revenge.

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Steve Crum
Kansas City Kansan

Creepy, fun Universal programmer featuring a bevy of beasties

Bob Bloom
Journal and Courier (Lafayette, IN)

A wonderful Universal B-horror; the first of the all-star monster fests. Lots of fun with J. Carrol Naish almost stealing the show as the hunchback Daniel.

Tim Brayton
Antagony & Ecstasy

71 incomprehensible minutes of the very worst Universal had to offer.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

The horror story makes absolutely no sense, but it is so nutty that it makes for a diverting watch.

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Michael W. Phillips, Jr.
Goatdog's Movies

This one is just bad.

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Ken Hanke
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

House of Frankenstein -- choppy though it is -- has its pleasures.

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Flixster Audience Score: 48% Flixster User Reviews
Kevin M. Williams
Except for Boris Karloff (who proves herein that he can handle lines with the best of them) and J.Carrol Naish, the writing of this dreck shipwrecks everyone… More
Chris Garman
Frankenstein died with a whimper in this piece of garbage. Dr. Niemann (Boris Karloff) escapes from prison and has a run in with Dracula (who's in the film… More
Aj V
Gathering together the universal monsters to get revenge on your enemies sounds like a good plan, but if you think about it for a while you will realize that… More
Cassandra Maples
This is the first time Universal Studios tried a Monster Mash by incorporating three of their most popular creatures into one film: Dracula, The Wolf Man and… More
Morgan Salem
ive noticed in these old movies that have more than one moster they deal with them one at a time indstead of combining the problems to make it more indepth.
Michael Gildea
Not that great. Fun from a novelty standpoint but you can tell it was the sequel to an American remake of a horror movie of its day.