Check Out These New FRANKENSTEIN'S ARMY Creature Shots

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Richard Raaphorst's creature feature Frankenstein's Army hits select US theaters and VOD platforms July 26th. And given that it's a creature feature, you probably want to take a look at a creature or two. Well, you're in luck as we've got a fresh look at a few of them in the gallery below!

In the waning days of World War II, a battalion of Russian soldiers find themselves lost in enemy territory. Stumbling upon a village decimated by an unseen terror, they discover that a mad scientist (Hellboy's Karel Roden) conducts experiments to fuse flesh and steel, creating an unstoppable army of undead soldiers. Leaderless and faced with dissention amongst their dwindling ranks, they must find the courage to face down an altogether new menace - or die trying.

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  • Mehaillien Thundercross

    No CGI; thank fucking God.

  • Nope everything built from scratch and some of the prosthetics were demanding / unusual enough that they required amputees to wear the suits ...

  • Mehaillien Thundercross

    Good stuff, even the worst suits looks light-years better than any CGI I've been subjected to in the last 15 years. It's funny, after Jurassic Park, everything just got worse and worse... I knew a guy in high school who was pretty muscled-up and lost his leg in a car accident. One would think that he would have spiraled into a crazy depression and ended up a young corpse. On the contrary, the film business was throwing stunt man rolls at the guy and I think he ended up doing pretty well for himself.

  • Ard Vijn

    I've seen two zombot suits during my set visit which I'd never be able to wear. One wouldn't fit because I've got arms, the other one wouldn't fit because I've got legs...

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