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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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Cast overview, first billed only:
Dr. Monroe Lazaroff (as Larry Butler)
William Winckler ...
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
Dr. Ula Foranti
Lawrence Furbish ...
Rich Knight ...
George Lindsey Jr. ...
Harry Granville
Selena Silver ...
Carla Harvey ...
Surfer 1
Surfer 2 (as Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau)


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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The movie was lit for black-and-white, but shot in color. The film was finally rendered in black-and-white, wide-screen, 16x9. See more »


References The Double-D Avenger (2001) See more »

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I had a great time watching this movie
3 July 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I really enjoyed Frankenstein vs. the Creature From Blood Cove! It was just what I wanted it to be, a very fun, good natured ride.

I grew up watching the Universal Horror classics as well as the great AIP and Hammer flicks...along with a huge amount of Grade Z films and I could tell watching this film that the makers had just as much affection and love for those films as I did. Unlike Lost Skeleton of Cavdavera (which I did like, though IMO it kind of wore it's one joke out pretty early) "Frankenstein..." isn't meant to be a comedy parody of the old classic horror films. Nor is it strictly an homage. I mean, you just can't make a movie like that anymore. What it is, is just a good time, with grave digging, werewolves (Butch Patrick!) mad scientists (including a lovely blond one with a British accent...you don't get better than that,) the Frankenstein monster, ghosts and a Creature from the Black Lagoon-ish monster. And it's all handled in such a fun way that I couldn't help but be entertained. And hey, I'm an adult, and I've got no problem with the R-rated take on the film. To me, it just adds to the fun and enjoyment. The nudity, etc is handled in the same fun/good natured way as the rest of the film. It comes across as anything but sleazy.

So if you're looking for a fun movie with monsters, silliness, beautiful girls and some of their beautiful assets, and you'd always thought it would be kinda cool if the Frankenstein Monster and the Gillman could've been in the same movie together, I think you'll have a good time with this film. Don't go into it expecting "Lost Skeleton" or a die-hard facsimile of one of Universal's monster-mash films cause it is definitely not that. But it is a blast.

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