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TitleHouse of Frankenstein (1997)
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CountryUSA
Length240
GenreHorror
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DirectorPeter Werner
CastTeri Polo Adrian Pasdar Greg Wise
NotesMini-series which following current practice may be edited and released as TV film. In a family sized package of horror, Frankenstein's monster, Bram Stoker's vampire and whoever's werewolves are let loose on Los Angeles. This film furthers the thesis that none of us outside the U.S. have anything to worry about in respect of new-age horror, meteorites, hostile aliens and any other global disasters (for global read U.S.A.). The most dangerous places to live are Los Angeles and New York and Santa Monica is no safe haven because film crews are known to stretch those few extra miles. This film is said to be quite good and put the fear of false gods into you (if you live in L.A.). Frankenstein's monster has been described as a "developmentally disabled homeless man" which should make the audience feel really sorry for him.

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