Watch: Frankenstein vs. The Mummy 2015 123movies, Full Movie Online – In New York, the professor of the medical university Dr. Victor Frankenstein is buying body parts from the janitor Carter to build a corpse and reanimate it. The Egyptologist Naihla Khalil, from the same university, has just returned from an expedition and brought the Mummy of Usekara, an evil and cruel pharaoh that was cursed, leaving his soul trapped in his mummified corpse. Victor and Naihla have a crush on each other and they date. Meanwhile Professor Walton, who is chief of department where Naihla works, accidentally releases Usekara’s soul and is possessed by him. He kills his assistant Isaac and his blood awakes the Mummy. Then Walton lures his student Lenora and the Mummy eats her heart. Frankenstein’s monster is reanimated and Victor is surprised with his capacity. But soon both monsters want Naihla: Frankenstein’s creature to force Victor to transfer his brain to a new body and the Mummy believes she is the sorcerer that trapped his soul and wants Naihla to call off the spell. What will happen to Naihla?.
Plot: The mummy of a cursed pharaoh and a reanimated corpse terrorize a medical university. Only an Egyptologist and a college professor, the deranged Dr. Frankenstein, may be able to stop the creatures before it’s too late.
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Monster clash…or is it?
Was drawn into seeing ‘Frankenstein vs. The Mummy’ with a cool poster/cover, a very intriguing if not creative premise and as someone with a general appreciation for horror. That it was low-budget, which from frequent personal experience is rarely a good sign due to that there are so many poor ones out there, made me though apprehensive.
From the title, one would understandably think that ‘Frankenstein vs. The Mummy’ would be an affectionate homage to the Universal and Hammer House of Horror films, have a lot of fondness for them mostly and there are a lot of classics. That cannot be said for ‘Frankenstein vs. The Mummy’ and an affectionate homage or a well-made and well-put-together film it is not. As has been said already, the title is very misleading, the two monsters are mostly apart and their one “battle”, or one scene together, is far too brief and neither creepy or exciting. It’s actually treated rather indifferently.
It’s not an appealing film to look at. The limitations in budget shows throughout in almost every area, it all looks drab and hastily put together in particularly the editing and effects look like they were constructed on the small remains of the small budget having been neglected. The two monsters, especially the lumbering Frankenstein monster, are not that creepy and their scenes individually are not suspenseful or that atmospheric at all.
None of the rest of the characters engage or endear, with the lead character frustratingly characterised as a complete idiot. The acting is weak at best, with Max Rhyser and Ashton Leigh lacking charisma, Boomer Tibbs reduced to pantomime and Brandon deSpain and Constantin Tripes failing to bring menace to the titular characters. Stefanie Merola comes off least badly, at least having some allure and spots of charm.
The script is a cheesy, awkward and limp mess and the story takes too long to get going and never properly comes to life. Suspense and creepiness are nowhere in sight and some of it is insultingly ridiculous.
Only one other thing, the other being Merola’s allure, redeems the film from an irredeemable film to a very bad one and that is the make-up. It looked as though a lot of effort went into it, looking like most of the budget was dedicated to it in fact, and provides some eeriness. Sad that it deserved a much better film.
All in all, very bad with a misleading title. 2/10 Bethany Cox
Had the potential to be something more
College professor Dr. Victor Frankenstein (a solid and likeable performance by Max Rhyser) brings a corpse (Constantin Tripes in gnarly make-up) back to life. Meanwhile, the lethel mummy (Brandon deSpain in equally funky make-up) of an evil pharoah returns to life and goes after Victor’s Egyptologist girlfriend Naihla Khalil (a perky and appealing portrayal by Ashton Leigh).
While writer/director Damien Leone treats the nifty premise with admirable sincerity and delivers a satisfying serving of graphic bloody gore, he alas lets the meandering narrative unfold at an often sluggish pace and pads out the running time to an overly bloated 115 minutes, which in turn keeps both tension and momentum to a minimum. Fortunately, the two leads are quite personable, plus their are sturdy supporting contributions from Boomer Tibbs as the possessed Professor Walton and John Pickett as creepy jerk Carter. However, despite the cool-looking monsters and a big climatic confrontation between the two titular beasts that’s staged with appropriately savage gusto, it’s a genuine pity that this movie nonetheless takes a bit too long to get to the good stuff. A strictly middling diversion at best.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 55 min (115 min)
Rated Not Rated
Director Damien Leone
Writer Damien Leone
Actors Max Rhyser, Ashton Leigh, Constantin Tripes
Country United States
Awards 1 nomination
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Aspect Ratio 2.35 : 1
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