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Das Biest im Bodensee (1999)

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Eva Lehmann
Stefan Reck ...
Mark Lehmann
Peter Rühring ...
Dr. Josef Keppler
Anna Schmidt ...
Anne Lehmann
Andrea Zogg ...
Dr. Henning Stöve
Romuald Pekny ...
Eberhard Riedle
Franz Buchrieser ...
Kommissar Schuh
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Bornhak
Maximilian Cress ...
Oliver Fessel
Shandra Schadt ...
Denise
Julian Manuel ...
Thomas
Bastian Sierich ...
Breyer
Sebastian Kroehnert ...
Urknall
Roman Storm ...
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Schwarzer Sheriff
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The Beast in the Lake  »

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Funny Horror!
4 October 2001 | by (Munich, Germany) – See all my reviews

A dinosaur-like clone escapes from a scientific laboratory. It swims through the Rhine river to Germany's largest lake - the Lake of Constanz - and starts killing innocent people. The plot is stupid, but it's really funny to watch this trash-movie. All common clichés are used: the main scientists (a divorced couple, which finds together again during the story!) have been fired before the final experiment; the children are going to swim at night, although everybody knows that there's something dangerous in the lake; a computer is completely destroyed, 'cause someone fires at its screen; a 17 years old boy cracks encrypted files from the laboratory; the police believes nothing; the evil boss is killed together with the monster etc. The actors are german mainstream, the special effects are quite good for TV.


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