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Frankenstein: Day of the Beast (2011)

We know the story; we've seen the movies. You may think that it's impossible to have a new approach to Frankenstein... Think again.

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Ricardo Islas
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Michelle Shields Michelle Shields ... Elizabeth
Tim Krueger ... The Monster
Adam Stephenson ... Victor Frankenstein
Bruce Spielbauer ... Blind Man
Suzy Brack ... Justine
James S. Evans James S. Evans ... Priest
Wesley Saint Louis Wesley Saint Louis ... Bartul
Mat Labotka Mat Labotka ... Knives
Brian Connelly ... Hurst
Chris Margetis ... Jaeger
Jay Disney ... Henry
Paul Barile Paul Barile ... Rowley
Jeff Swan ... Constiple (as Jeffrey Swanson)
Ruth Terefe Ruth Terefe ... Safi
Drake Mafestta Drake Mafestta ... Kirk
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Storyline

In a foggy winter morning, a raft brings a priest to an isolated island. He is getting paid to perform a wedding ritual under very mysterious conditions. The groom is Victor Frankenstein, and the young and beautiful bride is his cousin Elizabeth. Seven armed and dangerous mercenary soldiers have been hired to protect her against something huge that hides in the woods, awaiting for that wedding night to be consummated. Victor is the only one who knows the truth about their enemy. His secret will be paid with the life of his private army, whose men will die one by one, as the creature gets closer to his target: the bride. Written by Ricardo Islas

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An Island... A Bride... A Monster...

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Referenced in The Judas Run (2016) See more »

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Mysterium
Music by Alexander Scriabin
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Disappontinting
25 April 2015 | by jacobjohntaylor1See all my reviews

I have seen some great horror movie that were best on the book Frankenstein. Unfortunately this is not one of them. Frankenstein is one of the greatest horror stories ever told. And it was ruined by bad acting. And bad writing. This movie is very d.i.s.a.p.p.o.n.t.i.n.t.i.n.g. It has an awful ending. See one from 1931 it's great. Or the one from 1994 that one is also great. This one as an awful ending. It is pooh pooh. I can believe a Frankenstein movie could such pooh pooh. Most of the time Frankenstein movies are great. They are the best in horror most of time. The book is great. But this is stinky pooh.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

27 November 2011 (USA) See more »

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Frankenstein 2011 See more »

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Chicago, Illinois, USA See more »

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$1,200,000 (estimated)
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