Frankensteins Monster-Party (1967)

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Frankensteins Monster-Party: Directed by Jules Bass. With Boris Karloff, Allen Swift, Gale Garnett, Phyllis Diller. On the Isle of Evil, the head of the “World Organization of Monsters” reveals his imminent retirement and that he has refined a formula for total destruction, only to be upset when the monsters try to steal the formula and kill his nephew.

“I enjoyed this movie mainly because Iu0026#39;m a fan of the classic Universal movie monsters and Rankin-Bassu0026#39; Christmas specials. I liked some of the humor that was clearly aimed at adults and even enjoyed the musical numbers. Although, some of the gags went on too long and seemed a bit pointless (like the scene where the Igor-type character went in the kitchen to ask about the food). And the ending was surprisingly dark and strange for a movie targeted at kids and didnu0026#39;t really make sense for the purpose of the story.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eItu0026#39;s fun and I think kids will especially enjoy it, but if youu0026#39;re lookinu0026#39; for better kid-friendly Halloween features, Iu0026#39;d suggest Nightmare Before Christmas or the Hotel Transylvania movies.”


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