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Dr. Moreau's House of Pain (2004)

In a big mansion, a scientist has been experimenting with humans and animals, mixing their DNA together.

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Eric Carson
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Judith
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Gallagher (as Peter D. Badalamenti II)
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Alliana (as Loriele New)
Ling Aum ...
Pak
B.J. Smith ...
Peewee
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Mary Anne
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Laura Petersen ...
Gorgana (as Laura Ushijima)
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Moose
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Johnny Q
Tony Simmons ...
Bartender
Katy Zimmon ...
Bar Patron
Bob Uyeda ...
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Erin Zimmon ...
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In a big mansion, a scientist has been experimenting with humans and animals, mixing their DNA together.

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Some legends are reborn... And some never die!

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13 January 2004 (USA)  »

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Dr. Moreaus Haus des Schmerzes  »

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$300,000 (estimated)
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1.78 : 1
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First Full Moon picture to be shot on 35mm since 2002's Trancers 6. See more »

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Alliana: [to Eric Carson] Take off your shirt.
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Version of Moreau (2013) See more »

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Quality low-budget horror.
8 December 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Brisk/credible script, the small cast give good performances and the prosthetics and photography work well too. I picked this up for a £1, so expectations weren't exactly sky-high and the Full Moon logo can sometimes spell 'AVOID', - I was very pleasantly surprised. Earl Kenton did a great job with the script, and recognised the budget limitations his story would work within. He has created a small, dark and believable realm. All the actors, (particularly Jacob Witkin and Lorielle New) give very watchable interpretations and transcend the usual standard of performance you expect from this type of film. 'House of Pain' reminded me of two other great films - Stuart Gordon's classic 'Dagon', and the recent remake of 'She Creature'. Good stuff.


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