William Winckler's Frankenstein vs. The Creature from Blood Cove 2005 Horror Movie Review
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Near an isolated beach on the California coast, in a laboratory of horror three renegade scientists have resurrected Frankenstein’s long-dead monster. . . the legendary, indestructible corpse has come back to life yet again! At the same time, they’ve biogenetically engineered a half-man, half-fish abomination, intending to use both brutes as weapons in the worldwide fight against terrorism. However, disaster strikes when the chemical brainwashing used to control the terrifying beasts fails - instead of stopping terror, these invincible fiends spread terror! The horror begins when the amphibious beast claims its first victims - gorgeous models and their crew shooting a glamorous photo spread on the beach! Rescued and held hostage by the scientists, the survivors of the grisly rampage must find a way to escape both their mad captors and the rampaging monsters, and warn the world of the horrific danger!
Shot entirely in black and white, William Winckler’s FRANKENSTEIN VS. THE CREATURE FROM BLOOD COVE, is a loving homage to the classic horror films of the 1940s and the Atomic Age “creature features” of the 1950’s. Starring Larry Butler, Bill Winckler, Dezzi Rae Ascalon, Corey J. Marshall, Gary Canavello, Alison Lees-Taylor, Lawrence Furbish. Special Appearances by Butch Patrick, David Gerrold, Raven De La Croix, Lloyd Kaufman, and Ron Jeremy. Written, produced and directed by William Winckler. Feature running time approx. 90-minutes / 2005 / Not Rated - Suggested for Audiences 18 and over - contains breif nudity, language and violence/ OPEN REGION DVD - PLAYS WORLDWIDE. Aspect Ratio Widescreen 16:9. DVD EXTRAS - Making of Documentaries, Trailer, Deleted Scenes, Audio Commentaries, Bloopers, and more!