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Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove (2005)

Near an isolated beach on California's coast, a sinister plan is underway in a laboratory of horror. Three renegade scientists have resurrected the Frankenstein Monster. . . legendary ... See full summary »

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Dr. Monroe Lazaroff (as Larry Butler)
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Bill Grant (as Bill Winckler)
Dezzirae Ascalon ...
Dezzirae Lee (as Dezzi Rae Ascalon)
Corey Marshall ...
Creature / Ghost / Werewolf / Bar Man (as Corey J. Marshall)
Gary Canavello ...
Percy Featherstone
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Dr. Ula Foranti
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Rich Knight ...
Salisbury
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Mimi
George Lindsey Jr. ...
Harry Granville
Selena Silver ...
Herself
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Gabrielle
Carla Harvey ...
Beula
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Near an isolated beach on California's coast, a sinister plan is underway in a laboratory of horror. Three renegade scientists have resurrected the Frankenstein Monster. . . legendary indestructible dead man come to life. . . and they have also created a biogentically engineered half-man, half fish abomination. . . to use as secret weapons in the fight against terrorists worldwide. However, disaster strikes when the terrifying monsters chemical brainwashing fails and the entire plan goes to hell! Instead of stopping terror, these invincible monsters spread terror! The first victims. . . young people on a glamour photo shoot are attacked by the amphibious beast of evil! Rescued and held hostage by the scientists, the survivors must find a way to escape the madmen and the monsters! Written by D. Ascalon

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In a War of Terror, the Ultimate Terror Wins!

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4 October 2005 (USA)  »

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Porn legend Ron Jeremy appears as a sleazy bar drunk. See more »

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References Bride of Frankenstein (1935) See more »

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Not an Homage
22 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

The DVD's director stated that he wanted to pay respect to the black and white Universal classics of the 1930s through 1950s, but did those films have topless babes at the beach and a slinky nightclub stripper? That's just part of the problem of this poorly scripted (by the director), inanely scored, and mostly indifferently acted piece. The leading lady (the director's wife) at least shows some personality through the shoddy proceedings. A mad scientist creates an amphibian man and secures Frankenstein's original monster to "conquer terrorism" (huh?), but they break loose, wreak havoc, and fight each other (a disappointing shoving match). Beast costumes are stiff and low-budget, with Creature faring better, and the Monster resembling the 1925 Phantom of the Opera (his nostrils) and a zombie-hippie, both poorly mimed by stunt men. Even the lead (also writer-director) also states at the end "Frankenstein is dead!", which refers to the creator, not the monster. There's also a flamboyant gay character for comedy relief, yet this feature conjures no suspense or terror, or even laughs, murder scenes are badly lensed. Other than some good monochrome cinematography, skip it.


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