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Monster Mash: The Movie (1995)

Two teenagers get trapped in a house with Dr. Frankenstein who wants to transfer one of their brains to his creature.


Joel Cohen, Alec Sokolow




Cast overview:
Ian Bohen ... Scott (Romeo)
Candace Cameron Bure ... Mary (Juliet)
Sarah Douglas ... Countess Natasha 'Nasty' Dracula
John Kassir ... Igor
Bobby Pickett ... Dr. Victor Frankenstein
Adam Shankman ... Wolfie
Mink Stole ... Wolfie's Mother
Jimmie Walker ... Hathaway (as Jimmy Walker)
Anthony Crivello ... Count Vladimir Dracula
Linda Cevallos Linda Cevallos ... Dancer #1
Carrie Ann Inaba ... Dancer #2
Daryl Richardson Daryl Richardson ... Dancer #3
Deron McBee ... The Monster
E. Aron Price E. Aron Price ... Elvis


Two teens are on the way to a Halloween party dressed as Romeo and Juliet when their car breaks down in front of a sinister mansion. Seeking help, they fall into a party of monsters led by Dr. Frankenstein, who immediately wants to transfer the boy's brain into his monster. Dracula also wants the girl for obvious reasons. Meanwhile Elvis has returned as a mummy and his new manager wants the boy's body for him. Lots of silliness results. Written by John Sacksteder <jsackste@bellsouth.net>

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Comedy | Horror | Musical

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG for double entendre humor

Did You Know?


The 1967 play on which the film is based did not include the 1962 song "Monster Mash" in its score. A new version was recorded for the film. See more »


Igor: You, young man, will be in the blue room. Nobody's slept in here since the old master passed on to the great beyond! Dr. Frankenstein's father died in this very bed!
Scott: How long ago was that?
Igor: Oh, about 2:30.
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Spoofs The Old Dark House (1932) See more »


Words and music by Victor Herbert
Performed by Anthony Crivello
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Walks the line between awful and more awful
4 October 2015 | by utgard14See all my reviews

A couple of teenagers have car trouble that forces them to spend the night at Dr. Frankenstein's creepy old mansion. Throughout the night they meet strange characters and sing songs that will make your ears bleed. This is based on a stage musical that was nearly thirty years old by the time this movie was made. The musical was co-written by Bobby Pickett, of novelty song "Monster Mash" fame. Pickett is also in this movie as Dr. Frankenstein and, yes, we get to see the cast perform that song with some truly embarrassing dance moves. The leads of the movie are Candace Cameron and Ian Bohen. They both do fine considering the material is not much better than your average high school play. Teen Wolf fans might barely recognize Ian Bohen, whose big ears and unfortunate '90s haircut are a far cry from the hunky character he plays on that show. I suspect Candace and Ian only did the singing during their first song, which was more speaking to music than actual singing. When they have a love song duet together, the voices very obviously belong to others. The songs really stink, by the way. The movie's VERY corny and, after awhile, it started to wear on me. I never found it funny or cute, just grating. When I read that this was released theatrically I couldn't believe it. Everything about this production screams made-for-TV. It's an interesting curiosity, I suppose, for fans of the leads or those who like kitsch. But anybody expecting a movie that's actually entertaining will be disappointed.

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14 November 1995 (USA) See more »

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