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A steampunk film adaptation of Mary Shelley's masterpiece. In his obsession over the Prometheus' flame, Victor Frankenstein abandons those he loves to create a living being. Leaving behind his abominable work, Victor hopes to escape... See more »

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Dustin Sturgill ...
Victor Frankenstein
Matt Risoldi ...
Monster
Tim Ashby ...
Clerval
Christina Sturgill ...
Elizabeth
Martha Bellamy ...
Justine
John Kaiser ...
Father
Christopher Lowe ...
Professor
Mike McDermott ...
Captain
Megan Beard ...
Maid
Travis Wayne Hamilton ...
Krempe
Joe Miller ...
Blind Man
Carla Rudichuk ...
Safie
Max McDulin ...
Felix
James Sturgill ...
William Frankenstein
Paul Emig ...
Pastor
Antonio Camacho ...
Sailor 1
Nicola Matrangolo ...
Sailor 2
Michael Wonio ...
Sailor 3

Directed by

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Syd Lance

Written by

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Judith B. Shields ... (writer)

Produced by

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Judith B. Shields ... producer

Music by

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Ryan Cockerham

Cinematography by

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Slava Vlad

Film Editing by

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Peter Kovic
Slava Vlad

Editorial Department

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Peter Kovic ... co-editor

Casting By

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Mj Emig

Production Design by

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Christopher Lowe

Set Decoration by

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Christopher Lowe

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J'Nean Henderson ... (Edwardian Costumes)
Jim Herbert ... (as Preacher's Powderworks & Projectiles)

Makeup Department

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Megan Beard ... makeup artist / special makeup effects artist

Second Unit Director or Assistant Director

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Tim Ashby ... assistant director

Art Department

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Tim Ashby ... property master
Christopher Lowe ... set designer

Sound Department

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Blake Ballard ... foley assistant
Peter Kovic ... cable person / sound editor
Matt Risoldi ... pre-production audio adviser and tech
Judith B. Shields ... dialogue editor
Drake Smith ... foley artist

Special Effects by

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Margaret Hubbard ... special effects
Christopher Lowe ... special effects
Slava Vlad ... special effects

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Matt Gurrola ... digital effects

Camera and Electrical Department

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Phillip Braddock ... guest grip
Blake Bradshaw ... assistant camera / camera 2
Peter Kovic ... additional grip / guest camera
Joe Miller ... grip
Mark Namver ... timekeeper
Preacher's Powderworks and Projectiles ... steampunk goggles
Kristin Richie ... still photographer
Judith B. Shields ... additional photography / camera 3
Slava Vlad ... camera operator / gaffer
Jeff Walton ... steampunk props

Costume and Wardrobe Department

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Margaret Hubbard ... costumer

Location Management

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Judith B. Shields ... location manager

Music Department

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Peter Kovic ... composer: additional music

Script and Continuity Department

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Judith B. Shields ... script supervisor

Additional Crew

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Tim Ashby ... choreographer
Margaret Hubbard ... technical advisor
Judith B. Shields ... production coordinator

Thanks

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Angelo Cavallo ... the producers wish to thank (as Angelo and Sherry Cavallo)
Sherry Cavallo ... the producers wish to thank (as Angelo and Sherry Cavallo)
Charlie Franklin ... thanks
Valerie Reis ... the producers wish to thank
Matt Risoldi ... thanks

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Plot Summary

A steampunk film adaptation of Mary Shelley's masterpiece. In his obsession over the Prometheus' flame, Victor Frankenstein abandons those he loves to create a living being. Leaving behind his abominable work, Victor hopes to escape judgment and return to a peaceful life. He soon discovers: all secrets have their price. (Drama) Written by unknown

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Also Known As
  • Frankenstein's Monster a steampunk adaptation (United States)
  • Steampunk Frankenstein (United States)
  • El monstruo de Frankenstein (Venezuela)
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  • 86 min
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Did You Know?

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Trivia To create this historical drama, Frankenstein's Monster included 8 historical landmarks, Edwardian costumes, and Shakespearean trained actors. See more »
Quotes Clerval: There is more to people than parts.
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