Frankenstein Created Woman (1967)
Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) is a classic horror movie directed by Terence Fisher. The movie follows the story of Baron Frankenstein, a scientist who is trying to create a perfect woman. He succeeds in creating a beautiful woman, but she is not quite perfect. She has a dark secret – she is actually the reanimated corpse of a woman who was wrongfully executed for a crime she didn't commit.
The movie is filled with sexual moments, from the creation of the woman to the passionate love affair between her and the Baron's assistant, Hans. The movie is filled with sexual tension and the audience is left wondering if the Baron's creation will succumb to her desires or remain true to her creator.
The movie also features some explicit scenes, such as when the Baron's creation seduces Hans and they make love in a graveyard. This scene is particularly powerful and serves to highlight the power of the Baron's creation.
Overall, Frankenstein Created Woman (1967) is a classic horror movie that features some powerful sexual moments. The movie explores the power of creation and the consequences of playing God. It is a must-see for any horror fan.
A man and woman are shown in bed after having sex. They are meant to be naked, but nothing of note is visible beyond bare shoulders.
Later, the same woman is seen wearing a long nightgown; her nipples can be seen pressing against the material, but are not actually visible.