A scientist doing experiments on a human fetus discovers a method to accelerate the fetus into a mature adult in just a few days. However, the "adult" fetus turns into a homicidal psycho ... See full summary »
Behind the scenes chronicle of how clash of vision, bad creative decisions, lack of interest and really bad weather plagued the disastrous production of the infamous 1996 remake of The Island of Dr. Moreau.
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Bert I. Gordon
John David Carson
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A ship-wrecked man floats ashore on an island in the Pacific Ocean. The island is inhabited by a scientist, Dr. Moreau, who in an experiment has turned beasts into human beings. Written by
The film was made and released about eighty-one years after its source novel of the same name by H.G. Wells had been first published in 1896. See more »
After the scene of the beast-men killing Moreau, while Sayer of the Law holds up his blood-stained hands in front of his face, one of them can be seen without the make-up and in the form of a natural human hand, rather incongruent with the other animal-like hand. See more »
This verson of the HG Wells story is the best and most entertaining ever filmed. Director Don Taylor makes this film shine with creepiness and horror. Laurance Rosenthal's score is hard to find, but a great soundtrack when you can track it down. The late Burt Lancaster is fantastic and the "mad" doctor and all the make-up effects are superb! See this one!
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