Mad Scientist Horror Movie Reviews

Looking for a new Mad Scientist horror movie to watch, but don't want to waste your time sitting through a movie you'll hate? You're in luck! We built AllHorror specifically to help you find the horror movies you're most likely to love. Check out our spoiler-free "Worth Watching" reviews below. All reviews are short and written to give you an idea of what kind of Mad Scientist movie it is and what other Mad Scientist movies it's similar to, just so you know what to expect. And nearly all Mad Scientist movie reviews include videos from other reviewers, so you get multiple opinions from the horror community.

Santo in the Wax Museum (1963) Review

It’s about that nimble, beloved silver-suited wrestler, Santo! Santo in the Wax Museum (aka Samson in the Wax Museum) was co-directed by Alfonso Corona Blake (Santo vs. the Vampire Women) and Manuel San Fernando (the Johnny Sokko and His Flying ...

November 17th, 2021 | , | Horror Genre: , , , , ,

Santo vs. Frankensteins Daughter (1972) Review

It’s about a virtuous masked wrestler trying to rescue his girlfriend from a dungeon of doom. Santo vs. Frankenstein’s Daughter was directed by Miguel M. Delgado (1905-1994) (director of 141 films, such as Mr. Photographer 1953) and it stars t...

April 11th, 2021 | , | Horror Genre: ,

The Invisible Man (1933) Review

It's about a mad scientist who injects himself with flowers (seriously) that turn him invisible... and also into a raving lunatic. The Invisible Man was directed by James Whale (who also directed Bride Of Frankenstein and The Old Dark House)...

January 14th, 2021 | , | Horror Genre: ,

Blackenstein (1973) Review

It's about a Vietnam vet who lost both arms and legs in the war, but had a girl who knew a guy who could stitch him back together like new(ish). Blackenstein was directed by William A. Levey (who also directed Hellgate) and stars Ivory Stone, ...

Frankenstein (1931) Review

It's about a mad scientist who figures out how to bring the dead back to life, only he accidentally uses the brain of a criminal which creates a bit of a snag. Frankenstein was directed by James Whale (who also directed Bride of Frankenstein a...

April 28th, 2020 | , | Horror Genre: , ,

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