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Frankensteinin hirviö [VHS] - Region 0

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Elokuvapäiväkirja 2018 (556 items)
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1 year, 1 month ago at Dec 15 10:45
This Japanese anime, also known as The Monster of Frankenstein, was dubbed in Finnish in an eerie manner. You can, for instance, hear the monster howl in two ways at a time! Odd. It was typical that the original audio was audible in the background.

The film in Finland was marketed as safe family viewing. Those were the fundamentalist times when even adults were not free to watch what ... read more
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Description: Finnish video cassette dubbed in Finnish. Frankensteinin hirviö (1981) aka Kyofu densetsu: Kaiki! Furankenshutain ... (more)
Manufacturer: Omaxi / Cartoon Video-film
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Darth Brutus added this to a list 1 month, 1 week ago
Elokuvapäiväkirja 2018 (556 movies items)

"Mulla on varmaan joku pehmeä kohta sydämessä tätä höveliä leffaa kohtaan. Mukulana tämä oli jotain tajuttoman pelottavaa, mutta nykyään tämän melodramaattisesta överiydestäkin osaa jo vähän nauttia. Tällä kertaa tuli katsottua pitkän etsinnän jälkeen se alkuperäinen leikkaamaton hardcore-versio paskoilla enkkudubeilla. Parempi kuin leikelty."


Darth Brutus rated this 8/10 1 year, 1 month ago
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J Luoma posted a review 1 year, 1 month ago

“This Japanese anime, also known as The Monster of Frankenstein, was dubbed in Finnish in an eerie manner. You can, for instance, hear the monster howl in two ways at a time! Odd. It was typical that the original audio was audible in the background.

The film in Finland was marketed as safe family viewing. Those were the fundamentalist times when even adults were not free to watch what they pleased. Many films, even total bores, were banned or heavily censored. Oh the golden days of yore, Finland in the 80s!

From this perspective, it seems a bit at odds that this film is actually a full-on massacre! And for kids!! A spoiler alert: doctor Frankenstein's daughter becomes friends with the monster, you know the score - but... almost everyone in the film gets killed !!! The mo” read more

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J Luoma rated this 7/10 1 year, 1 month ago