The Monster enjoys an electrical pick-me-up.
Felix Flanken and his uncle, Dr. Frankenstein (Boris Karloff).
That does not sit well with the glitterati of monsterdom, especially not with Dracula and the Monster's mate, plus to say nothing of Dr. Frankenstein's impossibly gorgeous redheaded assistant, Francesca. The hapless Felix swiftly and utterly unknowingly finds himself the target of multiple half-assed assassination attempts, but an even greater threat looms in the form of a titanic uninvited guest who seeks to wreak vengeful havoc...
A grand monster rally.
The narrative is basically a case of "What if Mad Magazine made HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN?"— an aspect driven home by character designs courtesy of Mad stalwart Jack Davis — with no classic monster trope left untouched and lampooned, with Dracula pretty much stealing film with his snobbish, assholish treachery. He's a riot whenever he's onscreen, and his questionable alliances come back to bite him on his pallid ass.
Dracula and Francesca: Strange bedfellows?
Little Tibea and the Fibulas performing "It's the Mummy."
HAPPY HALLOWEEN 2016, FROM THE VAULT OF BUNCHENESS!!!
Poster from the original theatrical release. Art by the legendary Frank Frazetta.