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Lizard Boy -- Dr. Gino Conti is a brilliant geneticist working on a secret government project. Sadly, his fiancée 
dumps him because his sperm was deemed 'not viable.' How does Dr. Conti deal with his mid-life 
crisis? He creates his own son by combining reptilian and human DNA, but discovers fatherhood is 
an extraordinary challenge when his scaly surrogate son has anger management problems, martial 
arts moves and some adolescent issues that include eating the neighbors. It’s hard enough to be a 
teenager, but especially when you’re half-human and half-reptile! Soon reports of brutal attacks are 
heard throughout Cuesta County. What’s a father to do?
Lizard Boy -- A small mountain town is terrorized by a half-man, half-reptile creature when renowned geneticist, Dr. Gino Conti, contracted by the Defense Sciences Office to develop a top-secret hybrid animal, pursues personal experiments in an effort to reconcile his tragic past. An entertaining sci-fi thriller with plenty of action, drama, humor and bits of gore, Lizard Boy raises questions about modern genetics while harkening back to the monster movies of old.


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16 August 2011 (USA) See more »
"That Thing is My Son!"
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  (in credits order)

Pete Punito ... Gino

Damon Gregory ... Hoffmeyer
Steven Zeigler ... Carlo

Mark Strano ... Frankie

Rachel Riley ... Julie
Miranda Allgood ... Rachel
Bruce Brown ... Sheriff Johnson

Domiziano Arcangeli ... Mendoza
John Dicus ... Crotchett
Ryan Gray ... Jenkins
Marcia Loring ... Aunt Rosie

Serena Lorien ... Margaret Pennylily
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Patrick Ayotte ... Wilkins
Cynthia Bennett ... Midwife
Justin Bonaccorso ... Deputy Bobby Thomas
Corey Brodeur ... Kung Fu Fighter
Damon Chessé ... Audio Guy
Lily Della Pelle ... Trick-Or-Treater #1
Paul Della Pelle ... Carlo
Penny Della Pelle
Harrison Harbors ... Harrison
Jimi Hayes ... Young Carlo
Kelly Hayes ... Lab Worker #1
Sean G. Felix Hill ... The 3rd Agent
Erin Horahan ... Paramedic
Stephen Hughes ... Fireman John

Mark Jones ... Guard #1
Ella Maisano ... Trick-Or-Treater #2
Roxy Maisano ... Neighborhood Mom

Jo Mani ... Tia
Darren Moran ... Guard # 2
Madelyn Ropner
Jim Shine ... Dobson
Gary Squibbs ... Fertility Doctor
Catherine Werst ... Birthing Mother
Dawn-Marie Winters ... Gia

Directed by
Paul Della Pelle 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Bruce Brown 
Paul Della Pelle 

Produced by
Bruce Brown .... co-producer
Benjamin Cooper .... co-producer
Adonis Cruz .... executive producer
Adonis Cruz .... producer
Linda Della Pelle .... associate producer
Paul Della Pelle .... executive producer
Paul Della Pelle .... producer
Original Music by
Darren Moran 
Cinematography by
Adonis Cruz 
Film Editing by
Adonis Cruz 
Paul Della Pelle 
Production Design by
Damon Chessé 
Makeup Department
Dave Banta .... special makeup effects artist
Arthur Goldiner .... special makeup effects artist
Sound Department
Patrick Ayotte .... sound mixer
Visual Effects by
Mike Bozulich .... digital effects
Benjamin Cooper .... digital effects
Adonis Cruz .... digital effects
Paul Della Pelle .... digital effects
Jeff Goldman .... digital effects
Ryan Gray .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
Eric M Byrne .... assistant camera
Jaimal Hanson .... grip
David Maddux .... gaffer
Todd Peterson .... assistant camera
Other crew
Bruce Brown .... publicist
Jessica Marie Weiss .... script supervisor


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2 out of 6 people found the following review useful.
NOT Even For Entertainment Purposes., 15 September 2011
Author: GothDaddyX from United States

Let me begin by saying that every movie released deserves a 1(one). I don't care how bad the movie, actors, script, etc is. Just the sheer fact that these movies are pressed onto discs for you to buy or rent should gain them a 1(one). This movie surpassed that criteria, only by a fraction. It did that by its subject matter. A man's genetic makeup crossed with a transgenic* (of, pertaining to, or containing a gene or genes transferred from another species)Komodo Dragon, the common Iguana and a snake(unspecified). Fairly unique premise and that is it....there really is not much more to say. The acting was flat (or non-existent). The script seemed to be more difficult than the actors could handle. That is very sad in that most of the people who created this, dare I say, monstrosity were also actors in the film. The movie also had more plot holes than Swiss cheese. I thought I would at least get a laugh or two, at the expense of the film's ineptitude, but no chuckles were forthcoming. View at your own risk.

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