Frankenstein: Italian Style (Frankenstein all' Italiana), Euro International/RPA, 1975 (Italy)
Directed by Armando Crispino, starring Aldo Maccione, Jenny Tann, Ninetto Davoli, Ginrico Tedeschi, Anna Mazzemauro, and Lorenzo Guerriero.
The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Twentieth-Century Fox, 1975 (UK)
Directed by Jim Sharman, starring Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon, Barry Bostwick, Richard O'Brien, Patricia Quinn, Nell Campbell, Meatloaf, and Charles Gray.
Sevimli Frankestayn (My Friend Frankenstein), Acar Film, 1975 (Turkey)
Directed by Nejat Saydam starring B√ľlent Kayabas, Meral Orhonsay, Sevda Karaca, Savas Basar, Y√ľksel G√∂zen
Victor Frankenstein (Terror of Frankenstein), Aspekt Film, 1977 (Sweden and Ireland)
Directed by Calvin Floyd, starring Leon Vitali, Per Oscarsson, Nicholas Clay, Stacey Dorning, Jan Ohlsson, and Olof Bergstr√∂m.
Doctor Franken, NBC, 1980 (USA)
Directed by Marvin J. Chomsky and Jeff Lieberman, starring Robert Vaughn, Robert Perault, David Selby, Teri Garr, Josef Sommer, and Cynthia Harris.
Frankenstein Island, Chriswar, 1981 (USA and Mexico)
Directed by Jerry Warren, starring Robert Clarke, Steve Brodie, Cameron Mitchell, Robert Christopher, Tain Bodkin, and Patrick O'Neil.
Mystery! Frankenstein: Legend of Terror (Kyofu densetsu: Kaiki Furankenshutain), Toei/Terebi (TV) Asahi, 1981 (Japan)
Directed by Yugo Serizawa. Animated, with voices by Nahci Nozawa, Mami Koyama, Hosei Komatsu, Kei Tomiyama, Ichiroh Nagai, and Minori Matsushima.
Frankenstein's Great Aunt Tillie, Tillie Productions, 1984 (Mexico)
Directed by Myron J. Gold, starring Donald Pleasence, Yvonne Furneaux, June Wilkinson, Aldo Ray, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Rod Colbin, and Chandler Garrison.
Frankenstein, Yorkshire Television, 1984 (UK)
Directed by James Ormerod, starring Robert Powell, Carrie Fisher, David Warner, John Gielgud, Terence Alexander, and Susan Wooldridge.
Frankenstein 90, A.J. Films/TF 1 Films, 1984 (France)
Directed by Alain Jessua, starring Jean Rochefort, Eddy Mitchel, Fiona Gelin, Herma Vos, Ged Marlon, and Serge Marquand.
Frankenweenie, Walt Disney Productions, 1984 (USA)
Directed by Tim Burton, starring Shelley Duvall, Daniel Stern, Barret Oliver, Joseph Maher, Roz Braverman, and Paul Bartel.
The Bride, Columbia, 1985 (France and UK)
Directed by Franc Roddam, starring Sting, Jennifer Beals, Geraldine Page, Clancy Brown, Anthony Higgins, and David Rappaport.
Gothic, Virgin Vision, 1986 (UK)
Directed by Ken Russell, starring Gabriel Byrne, Julian Sands, Natasha Richardson, Myriam Cyr, Timothy Spall, and Alec Mango.
Doctor Hackenstein, Marketing Media/Vista Street, 1988 (USA)
Directed by Richard Clark, starring David Muir, Stacey Travis, Catherine Davis Cox, Dyanne DiRosario, John Alexis, and William Schreiner.
Frankenstein General Hospital, New Star Entertainment, 1988 (USA)
Directed by Deborah Roberts, starring Mark Blankfield, Leslie Jordan, Jonathan Farwell, Kathy Shower, Hamilton Mitchell, and Irwin Keyes.
Frankenhooker, Shapiro Glickenhuas Entertainment, 1990 (USA)
Directed by Frank Henenlotter, starring James Lorinz, Patty Mullen, Shirley Stoler, Louisa Lasser, Charlotte Helmkamp, and Lia Chang.
Frankenstein's Baby, BBC-TV, 1990 (UK)
Directed by Robert Bierman, starring Nigel Planer, Kate Buffery, Yvonne Bryceland, William Armstrong, Sian Thomas, and Gillian Raine.
Frankenstein Unbound, Warner Bros., 1990 (USA and Italy)
Directed by Roger Corman, starring John Hurt, Raul Julia, Bridget Fonda, Catherine Rabett, Jason Patric, and Michael Hutchence.
Frankenstein: The College Years, FNM Films, 1991 (USA)
Directed by Tom Shadyac, starring William Ragsdale, Christopher Daniel Barnes, Larry Miller, Andrea Elson, Voreaux White, and Patrick Richwood.
Last Frankenstein, (Rasuto Furankenshutain) Bandai/BF Film/Rittor Music/Shochhiku, 1991 (Japan)
Directed by Takeshi Kawamura, starring Akira Emoto, Yoshio Harada, and Naomasa Musaka.
Frankenstein, Turner Pictures, 1992 (UK, USA, and Poland)
Directed by David Wickes, starring Patrick Bergin, John Mills, Randy Quaid, Lambert Wilson, Fiona Gilles, and Jacinta Mulcahy.
Frank Enstein, International Family Classics, 1992 (USA)
Directed by Douglas Richards. Animated, with voices by Laura Gabriel, David Nettheim, Lee Perry, and Alan Glover.
Mary Shelley's Frankenstein, America Zoetrope/TriStar Pictures, 1994 (UK and USA)
Directed by Kenneth Branagh, starring Robert De Niro, Kenneth Branagh, Helena Bonham-Carter, Aidan Quinn, Tom Hulce, and John Cleese.
Frankenstein, Hallmark Entertainment, 2004 (USA) (TV)
Directed by Kevin Connor, starring Luke Goss, Alec Newman, Julie Delpy, Donald Sutherland, William Hurt, Nicole Lewis and Monika Hilmerov√°
Frankenstein, Flame TV, 2004 (USA) (TV)
Directed by Marcus Nispel, starring Parker Posey, Vincent Perez, Thomas Kretschmann, Adam Goldberg, Ivana Milicevic, Michael Madsen and Deborah Duke
Frankenstein Reborn, The Asylum, 2005 (USA)
Directed by Leigh Scott, starring Rhett Giles, Thomas Downey, Jeff Denton, Joel Hebner, Eliza Swenson and Amanda Barton
Frankenstein, Impossible Pictures, 2007 (UK)
Directed by Jed Mercurio starring Helen McCrory, James Purefoy, Neil Pearson, Benedict Wong, Matthew Rault-Smith and Julian Bleach
Frankenstein, Stuber Productions, 2012 (USA)
Directed by Guillermo del Toro starring Doug Jones, Michelle Shields, Adam Stephenson and Shannon Edwards