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Jan-Gel, the Beast from the East (1999)

Unrated | | Drama, Sci-Fi, Horror | Video
A 50,000 year old monster is unfrozen and wreaks havoc on the Eastern US!

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Conrad Brooks

Writer:

Conrad Brooks
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Conrad Brooks ... Conrad Brooks
Rock Savage Rock Savage ... Pizza Man
Gary Schroeder Gary Schroeder ... Gary West
George Stover ... Professor Veljo Kivi
Dale Clukey ... Jan-Gel
Ruth Biedrzycki Ruth Biedrzycki ... Mrs. Simmons
Joe Duvall Joe Duvall ... Drunken Poet
Julie Evans Fuller Julie Evans Fuller ... Woman at Hotel Pool
Larry Garner Larry Garner ... Mountain Man
Ellsworth Hall Ellsworth Hall ... Radio Announcer
Glen Hendrickson Glen Hendrickson ... Male Swimmer
Beverly Kane Beverly Kane ... Female Swimmer
Marvin Kennedy Marvin Kennedy ... The Lieutenant
Lester Myers Lester Myers ... Captain Les
Pete N. Nickolas Pete N. Nickolas ... Gravedigger
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Without doubt, the most intriuguing caveman epic of our time. Jan-Gel, thawed from his 50,000 year sleep, dedicates his new life in the present day to mutilateing anyone he can find as he roams the hills of Maryland and West Virginia. Dresses in a leopard skin, and not much else, he wreaks havoc and still finds the time to fall in love with young Beth Simmons. However, special agents Conrad Brooks and Gary West are hot on his trail. Can they stop him before he finds his next victim? Written by Anonymous

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Jan-Gel, The Monster, is More Horrifying Than Frankenstein!


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Unrated
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Filming Locations:

Hagerstown, Maryland, USA See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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The Lieutenant: This is some mystery.
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References Crimes of the Chupacabra (1998) See more »

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Redneck caveman invades Maryland!
25 November 2009 | by DeborahPainter855See all my reviews

It's silly and funny and entertaining, with implied rather than shown violence. A caveman is discovered in Iceland and a scientist has him shipped back to America in a block of ice. Naturally, there is an accident and the ice block falls off the ship and is last seen off the coast of Cape Henry, Virginia. The caveman is next seen running amok in West Virginia. How he got there is never explained.

I was especially amused at how the potbellied caveman who emerged from a glacier in Iceland wears a cheetah fur instead of... oh, I don't know... seal, maybe? And he knows how what a doorknob is and how to work it when he enters a science fiction convention hotel.

Conrad Brooks arrives in town on the Amtrak to work with the military and the local gendarmes. Clad in workmanlike Western clothes, his goal is to capture the Beast. Can he succeed? See the movie!


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