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In 1974, an unhinged CIA agent injects himself with the werewolf blood he found. After a killing spree, his body is put in suspended animation, then thawed out 20 years later by his crazy... See more »

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Anna de Carlo
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Miller
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MetalBeast
John Marzilli ...
Butler
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Debbie
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Ferraro
Lance Slaughter ...
Larry
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Roger
William G. Clark ...
Hammond
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Brian Brophy ...
Dr. Taylor
Mario Burgos ...
Chef Ramon
T.J. Castronovo ...
Oarsman
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Michelle (as Carol Davis)
Diaunte ...
Evans
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Dr. Barnes
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Agent Berger (as Thomas Hillman)
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Paramedic #2
David Michael Mullins ...
Technician (as David M. Mullins)
Hunter Person ...
Paramedic #1
Chuck Picerni Jr. ...
Turner
Glen Robinson ...
Johnson
David Sessions ...
Lyons
Michael T. Swenor ...
Cpl. Williams

Directed by

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Alessandro De Gaetano

Written by

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Alessandro De Gaetano ... ()
 
Timothy E. Sabo ... ()
 
Roger Steinmann ... ()

Produced by

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Samuel Benedict ... executive producer
Michael Carazza ... co-producer
Lamar Card ... executive producer
Barry L. Collier ... executive producer
Steve Gellman ... co-associate producer
Frank Hildebrand ... producer
Barbara Javitz ... associate producer
Penny Karlin ... executive producer
Timothy E. Sabo ... co-producer

Music by

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Conrad Pope

Cinematography by

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Thomas L. Callaway

Film Editing by

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Kert VanderMeulen ... (as Kert Vandermeulen)

Editorial Department

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Susan Arrieta ... post-production coordinator
Jeff Gottlieb ... assistant film editor (as Jeffrey Gottlieb)
Barbara Mannion ... post-production coordinator

Casting By

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Jean Scoccimarro

Production Design by

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Whitney Brooke Wheeler

Set Decoration by

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Carrie Malandrino

Costume Design by

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Barbara Kerwin
Suzanne Schwarzer

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David Barrett ... special makeup effects artist
John Foster ... makeup effects
Stephanie A. Fowler ... key makeup artist
Brad Hardin ... special makeup effects artist (as Bradley Hardin)
Bernadette Harper ... assistant hair stylist / assistant makeup artist
Tom Irvin ... special makeup effects artist: Magical Media Industries
Jennifer Montgomery ... hair stylist
Wesley Wofford ... special makeup effects artist: Magical Media Industries (as Wes Wofford)

Production Management

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Don Daniel ... unit production manager

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Neil Kinsella ... first assistant director
Shari Nicotero ... second assistant director
Robin Solo ... second assistant director
Cynthia Webster ... second unit director (as Brett Webster)

Art Department

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Steven Casey ... property master
Christine Gruszka ... on-set dresser
Royce Vaughn ... assistant property master
Martell Webster ... lead man
Jonathan Woods ... storyboard artist

Sound Department

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John 'Pee Wee' Carter ... re-recording mixer / sound effects editor
Smith Craig ... re-recording mixer
Deanie Kepner ... foley artist
William Komar ... foley mixer / re-recording mixer
Bruce Murphy ... dialogue editor
Brian Slack ... stereo sound consultant
Daniel W. Victor Jr. ... stereo sound consultant
David Waelder ... sound mixer
Greg Webb ... boom operator

Special Effects by

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John Carl Buechler ... special effects makeup designer / special effects makeup supervisor
Tamara Carlson ... fabrication crew: M.M.I
Kevin McCarthy ... special effects coordinator (as Kevin Francis 'Boomer' McCarthy)

Stunts

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Keith Campbell ... stunts
Lance Gilbert ... stunts
Kane Hodder ... stunt coordinator
Kim Robert Koscki ... stunts
Leonard Parise ... stunts
Rick McCallum ... stunts (uncredited)

Camera and Electrical Department

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Edgar Arellano ... gaffer: second unit
Steve Carmer ... grip
Sterling Chow ... first assistant camera: second unit
Stephen C. Dabrowski ... grip (as Steve Drabowski)
Brad Draper ... key grip
Gregor Givot ... best boy grip
Bobby Gross ... electrician
Brad Heiner ... electrician
Anita Ingle ... still photographer
George B. Kelly ... electrician: second unit
Ned Kendall ... second assistant camera
Greg Kidd ... additional first assistant camera
Tom Kiefer ... best boy electric
Rick Lamb ... first assistant camera
Kevin J. Lanke ... griptrician: second unit
Santos Lujano ... electrician
Michael Stewart Maahs ... electrician (as Mike Maahs)
Stephen B. Martinez ... grip
Jerry Massa ... electrician
Katie Nilson ... electrician
Gerry O'Mally ... Steadicam operator
Marcia Reed ... still photographer
Alexander Salazar ... grip (as Alex Salazar)
Edwin Schiernecker ... gaffer
Marcel Schoettel ... key grip: second unit
Tim Soronen ... grip
Marx Tapia ... electrician / grip
Joseph Thompson ... electrician (as Joe Thompson)
Larry Wallace ... grip
Cynthia Webster ... director of photography: second unit (as Brett Webster)
Christopher A. Zwirner ... electrician

Casting Department

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Lewis Bailey ... casting assistant

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Bonnie Stauch ... assistant costume designer

Location Management

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Jason Saffran ... location manager

Music Department

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Michael T. Andreas ... music editor

Other crew

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Kelly Akers ... script supervisor
Robert Bonilla ... production assistant
Eddie Cervantes ... production assistant
Grant Degnan ... production assistant
Paolo Durazzo ... production coordinator
Melanie 'Ahni' Harden ... assistant production coordinator
Bobby Heusser ... production assistant
Theresa Marth ... production coordinator
Morgan Moore ... unit publicist
Neil Reddy ... key set production assistant
Tatiana Sundquist ... craft service

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Storyline

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Plot Summary

In 1974, amoral CIA agent Butler and his inexperienced young colleague locate a Hungarian castle where, according to classified CIA data, a werewolf lives. Their mission is to take a sample of its blood and bring it back to the States for research. The idea is to eventually create an army of soldiers with werewolf-like abilities and resistance to harm. This secret project is dubbed Project: Metalbeast. However, the research is slow and they eventually nearly run out of werewolf blood, so Butler, unhinged, injects himself with the little blood that's left and turns into a werewolf. He goes on a killing spree inside of the CIA research facility but is shot with silver bullets by his boss, Miller. Miller covers everything up and arranges for Butler and his victims' bodies to be cryogenically frozen. 20 years later, a team of medical scientists led by doctor Anna de Carlo, who's obsessed with finding a way to create artificial skin that could help those in need of skin transplant, is ordered by Miller to experiment with their prototype of synthetic skin on Butler's corpse. Miller is increasingly showing signs of insanity and doesn't tell them what Butler is. When they find the bullets inside of the Butler's body and remove them, all hell breaks loose in the facility. To make matters worse, the artificial skin they transplanted makes Bulter's werewolf skin impenetrable.

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Also Known As
  • Metalbeast (Germany)
  • Fémszörny (Hungary)
  • Atsalino teras (Greece)
  • Ατσάλινο τέρας (Greece)
  • Metal Beast (Australia)
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  • 92 min
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Did You Know?

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Goofs When Dr. De Carlo is arguing with Miller about the safety of using Butler as a test subject he state it's perfectly safe because the body came from the cryonics lab in Langley and germ warfare research is done on Plum Island in New York. Such research did take place there in the 50's the scope was limited to weapons targeting animal and livestock and ended in 1969 when Presdent Nixon banned biological weapon research. See more »
Quotes Miller: [to Donald as he is being frozen] While you're in there, try to work on that attitude.
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