63

New York Post

By V.A. Musetto
Frankenstein’s Army is funny and original, with innovative costumes and set designs. It’s sure to please horror fans.
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63

Slant Magazine

The found-footage gimmick mostly comes off as window dressing for what turns out to be yet another mad-scientist-run-amok romp.
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60

The New York Times

By Andy Webster
Narrative depth may be in short supply, but the energy, invention and humor are bracing.
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60

Village Voice

By Rob Staeger
The film itself works best once most of the soldiers have been dispatched—too often in the first half, the constant running and discharging of firearms proves too similar to watching a first-person-shooter video game.
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60

Variety

By Scott Foundas
Pic’s monotone edges towards monotony by the end of the third act, but as no-budget calling-card features go, Frankenstein’s Army remains a grisly cut above.
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42

The A.V. Club

By Ignatiy Vishnevetsky
Frankenstein’s Army is a ludicrous World War II horror flick bogged down by its found-footage gimmick, which is compromised and contradicted so often that it becomes a distraction.
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30

The Dissolve

By Nick Schager
At every turn, Frankenstein’s Army exhibits a preference for jolt scares and gore over actual suspense, which never materializes, thanks to a general indifference to plot and minimal interest in character.
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25

The Playlist

The gore was laughable and the script was blood curdling. Shouldn’t it be the other way around?
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48 out of 100
Mixed or average reviews
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