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Creep Creepersin's Frankenstein (2009)

Not Rated | | Horror | Video 13 July 2009
Socially awkward middle-aged misfit Victor resides in a rundown house in a remote rural region. Living in tormented solitude with his pet rat Frankenstein as his only friend, Victor spends ... See full summary »

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James Porter ...
Victor
Nicole Nemeth ...
Shelly
Kelly Kingsbury ...
Mary
Creep Creepersin ...
The Transmission
Frankenstein ...
Rat / Himself
Aaron L. Smith ...
Benjamin (as A.L. Smith)
Nikki Wall ...
Mother (as Mrs. Creep)
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Socially awkward middle-aged misfit Victor resides in a rundown house in a remote rural region. Living in tormented solitude with his pet rat Frankenstein as his only friend, Victor spends all day watching old horror movies on television. Driven over the edge by his woeful lonesome plight, Victor decides to build himself a female companion. But things go awry when Victor's new gal pal Mary takes an immediate vehement disliking to him. Written by Woodyanders

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Some men make monsters, Victor just wanted a friend.

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This film was shot in one and a half days. See more »

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Features Night of the Living Dead (1968) See more »

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Monster from Long Ago
by Creepersin
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Sweet Mother of Pearl, what a turkey
11 May 2011 | by (Garland, TX USA) – See all my reviews

Really? Really? You absolutely HAVE to be kidding me. Does this guy actually think he can make movies? The Polonia brothers are masters next to this. I'd rather watch Forbidden Zone twenty times in a row than watch this dog flop of a movie again. How can you pad a movie with a two minute "wander off into a field" scene, and STILL not even make 60 minutes? One thing is for absolute sure, there's no question why this guy doesn't use his real name on any of his movies. If the rest of his filmography (and I will grant you I haven't seen any of the others) are at this level, one has to wonder 1) WHO IS GIVING HIM MONEY TO MAKE THESE??? and 2) What did he show MVD Visual that persuaded them to burn his snot rag of a flick to DVD and distribute it? Can you tell I didn't like it much. I'm not sure there's enough liquor on the planet to even make this movie MSTie-able. Avoid like a bill collector.


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