Win FRANKENSTEIN’S ARMY on DVD In Our Competition!


To celebrate the release of the suspenseful Nazi-horror shocker ‘Frankenstein’s Army‘ – unleashing it’s terror on DVD on 30th September 2013 – we have a copy to give away to one lucky, but brave, winner!

Having screened to rapturous applause at this year’s prestigious Film4 FrightFest, Frankenstein’s Army is a sinister game-changer for the Nazi horror genre. With a wealth of teeth-chattering scares and blood-curdling gore, Frankenstein’s Army unearths the true horrors of World War II with an electrifying twist!

For your chance to win FRANKENSTEIN’S ARMY on DVD, simply comment below telling us your favourite movie featuring Frankenstein’s monster and why.

The competition will close at 11.59pm GMT on Saturday 12th October 2013 and one valid comment will be chosen and the winner notified by email.

• This promotion is open to UK residents only.
• Entrants must be aged 18 years or older
• One entry per household
• There is no cash or other alternative to the prize stated and the prize is not transferable and no part or parts of the prize may be substituted for other benefits, items or additions.
• 1 winner will win 1x Frankenstein’s Army on DVD
• The Editor’s decision is final and binding on the entrants. No correspondence will be entered into.

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  1. abbott and costello meet frankenstein.

    bela lugosi as dracula, lon chaney as the wolfman…little cameo from vincent price as the invisible man…bud and lou at their finest…if they could have got karloff in as the monster it would have been perfection. as it is, it’s still damn close.

  2. Frankenstein Meets the Wolf Man, its sooo bad its good. it was the first classic older film I saw. one of my granddads favourites so he made me watch it and was really good haha 🙂

  3. ‘Young Frankenstein’
    Or is that Frankenshteen?
    Just one of THE funniest films ever. And Frankensteins monster singing ‘Putting on the Ritz’ is priceless.

  4. Probably not very apt, this being a horror site, but Young Frankenstein with Gene Wilder STILL makes me laugh out loud.

  5. Young Frankenstein – Gene Wilder gives the performance of his life, Marty Feldman and his moving hump, Frau Brücker…NEEEIIIIGGGHHHHH…. and the “Where Wolf?”… “There”… “What?”…”There Wolf”

  6. Hotel Transylvania, a great film and one that didn’t try to be something it wasn’t unlike most Frankenstein films.

  7. I loved Van Helsing (OK might have something to do with Hugh Jackman lol). But it shows Frankenstein’s monster in a difference way to most films. Sucker for anything a bit different. He came across as the victim rather than the villian.

  8. Frankenstein, 1931 version with Boris Karloff- master of scariness!!! he only has to look at you to instil fear, wether he is playing frankenstein or any of his other evil/moster-ous personna, being in black and white this adds even more to the eery feel to this version of frankenstein, its much more atomospheric.

  9. I have two choices. James Whale’s 1931 version which defined the character and introduced Adam to a lot of people who would have never read the book. And, more modern, Hotel Transylvania was a brilliant animated film that I really enjoyed featuring Frankenstein.

  10. Van Helsing for definite! It’s just such a good storyline and a timeless film i can watch over and over again

  11. Mary Shelley,s Frankenstein as it’s closest to her original book and sometimes the movie doesn’t live up to the book but this one does!

  12. It has to be Monster Squad for me. loved it as a kid, still love it too this day. a close second would have to be Van Helsing or Young Frankinstein.

  13. Lurch from The Addams Family- he loyal manservant is awesome, just like the way he suddenly appears, his shyness is cute, he is a very good character.

  14. For me, it has the be the original Boris Karloff’s ‘Frankenstein’ from 1931, yes, I know it’s old, yes, I know it’s dated and yes, I know it’s black and white, but for me Frankenstein’s Monster in the film, epitomises the Monster. Everyone, when they think of Frankenstein’s Monster, automatically think of this portrayal of him, whether they have seen the film or not, it’s pure and simply, iconic!

  15. Monster squad, I watched ths lots as a kid and its a fun adventure film with a horror twist . Plus you get to see frankenstein with the other horror legends

  16. mary shelleys frankenstein the orig in black and white i remember watching it on a friday thru the crack in the door when i shud of been in bed.

  17. Frankenstein (1994) with Robert De Niro, just because I really enjoyed the film and Robert De Niro is one of my favourite actors

  18. Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein starring Robert De Niro. I also really enjoyed the Frankenstein inspired Rocky Horror Picture Show, cult classics

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