“Frankenstein’s Daughter” is a horror film released in 1958, directed by Richard E. Cunha. The story centers around Dr. Frankenstein’s descendant, Dr. Oliver Frank, who continues his ancestor’s experiments in reanimating the dead. Dr. Frank is assisted by his granddaughter Trudy, who is unaware of the sinister nature of his work. Using a combination of science and dark alchemy, Dr. Frank creates a monstrous creature from the body of a young woman named Sheila. However, unlike his ancestor’s creations, Dr. Frank’s monster is a female with a twisted and violent nature. As the creature wreaks havoc, Dr. Frank struggles to control her and conceal his dark secret. “Frankenstein’s Daughter” explores themes of morality, scientific ambition, and the consequences of tampering with nature. With its Gothic atmosphere and eerie premise, the film remains a cult classic in the realm of vintage horror cinema.