Baron Frankenstein (cousin of the late scientist who created the famous monster) lives in seclusion on his idyllic island retreat off the coast of Botswana. Here is were he decides to invest his enormous wealth into the research of transient algorithms around Africa's sub continent. In doing so he unleashes a deadly virus into the atmosphere that mutates and takes on a pathogen like life of its own as it's sets out to destroy all in its path. All except one thing, the son of Frankenstein's monster! Will it succeed in destroying the retro virus???Written by
But I don't wanna call 911.
Do it, you little bitch or we're gonna die!
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Wow,Has The Monster aged ---Well ?
You think you've seen it, Then they re-invent Mary Shelley's Monster Wheel. I should start with the cast: RHETT GILES as Victor Franks/The Doctor, He has this Alan Rickman-Snape from Harry Potter twist. JOEL HEBNER (Need to interview) plays the reborn creature,I can't exactly say as Bernie Wrightson would draw him---But, Close. The editing was challenging to watch at first, Kind of like "Memento". A lot of scenes will make you feel all squishy for tributes- There is the Babysitter scene from first "Halloween", The interrogation moment from "Silence Of The Lambs", I loved the "Kolchak" moment the shrink had with a microphone at end. This would have been a Great Ending, Not the teaser throwaway that smacks sequel
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