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Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove (2005)

Near an isolated beach on California's coast, a sinister plan is underway in a laboratory of horror. Three renegade scientists have resurrected the Frankenstein Monster. . . legendary ... See full summary »


William Winckler




Cast overview, first billed only:
G. Larry Butler ... Dr. Monroe Lazaroff (as Larry Butler)
William Winckler William Winckler ... Bill Grant (as Bill Winckler)
Dezzi Rae Marshall Dezzi Rae Marshall ... Dezzirae Lee (as Dezzi Rae Ascalon)
Corey Marshall ... Creature / Ghost / Werewolf / Bar Man (as Corey J. Marshall)
Gary Canavello Gary Canavello ... Percy Featherstone
Alison Lees-Taylor ... Dr. Ula Foranti
Lawrence Furbish Lawrence Furbish ... Frankenstein's Monster
Rich Knight Rich Knight ... Salisbury
Mimma Mariucci ... Mimi
George Lindsey Jr. George Lindsey Jr. ... Harry Granville
Selena Silver Selena Silver ... Self
Tera Cooley ... Gabrielle
Carla Harvey Carla Harvey ... Beula
Michael Anton ... Surfer 1
Kaiwi Lyman ... Surfer 2 (as Kaiwi Lyman-Mersereau)


Near an isolated beach on California's coast, a sinister plan is underway in a laboratory of horror. Three renegade scientists have resurrected the Frankenstein Monster. . . legendary indestructible dead man come to life. . . and they have also created a biogentically engineered half-man, half fish abomination. . . to use as secret weapons in the fight against terrorists worldwide. However, disaster strikes when the terrifying monsters chemical brainwashing fails and the entire plan goes to hell! Instead of stopping terror, these invincible monsters spread terror! The first victims. . . young people on a glamour photo shoot are attacked by the amphibious beast of evil! Rescued and held hostage by the scientists, the survivors must find a way to escape the madmen and the monsters! Written by D. Ascalon

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In a War of Terror, the Ultimate Terror Wins!




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Inspiration for the film came when producer William Winckler had a nightmare of the Frankenstein monster battling a half-human, half-fish creature on a beach at night, with waves crashing in the background and lightning flashing. See more »

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Carla Harvey's 5 minutes are the only reason to watch this movie
17 May 2017 | by bensonmum2See all my reviews

After reading several of the glowing reviews on IMDb for Frankenstein vs. the Creature from Blood Cove, I feel like I'm in the minority. I really do not care at all for the film. In fact, I pretty much hate it. My 2/10 is incredibly generous. The plot isn't worth going into, the acting is about as amateurish as I've seen, the direction is poor, the special effects are laughable, and everything else scrapes the bottom of the barrel. When Ron Jeremy is the biggest name actor in the cast, you know you've got problems. I've seen people call this movie an homage to the Universal monster films of the 30s. I find that notion insulting. I think the movie might have been trying to do to the Universal monsters what The Lost Skeleton of Cadavra did to 50s sci- fi or what Scream of the Bikini did to 60s Eurospy. Unfortunately, it fails miserably.

So, if it's so bad, why haven't I rated the movie lower? Two words - Carla Harvey. I watched the movie because Carla Harvey, one of the lead singers for Butcher Babies, has a very, very small role. She's in the movie for less than 5 minutes. She pops up on the beach, poses for a photographer, takes her top off, and gets killed. That 5 minutes of Carla Harvy is worth a rating point to my way of thinking.

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4 October 2005 (USA) See more »

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Burbank, California, USA See more »

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1.85 : 1
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