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The Creeps [DVD]
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Dracula. Frankenstein. The Werewolf. The Mummy . These scary subjects of innumerable nightmares have been brought to life, but there was a problem in the process... Though imbued with most of the expected attributes, the creatures' creator made a little error in the equation. They're three feet tall and not happy at all. These mini-monsters must now embark on a mission to complete their creation at any cost.
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A mad scientist brings to life Dracula, Frankenstein's monster, a werewolf and a mummy using a machine that creates real beings from fictional literature. However, mid-way through the experiment someone removes the manuscripts from the machine and the monsters emerge as 3 foot dwarves.
The Creeps could have been a goldmine of absurdity. However nothing much happens. The BBFC's 18 certificate is perplexing - Maybe it was the inferred lesbianism - Who knows? There is one brief instance of nudity, but I didn't notice gore or violence. None of the characters die.
The film is drawn out - We wait far too long to see the diminutive Dracula emerge from his pod. The monsters don't do anything particularly out of the ordinary. Dracula can move objects using the power of his mind but his companions just lurch around going `Uuuuurgh' for no particular reason. They could have been easily stuffed into a wheelie bin and kicked down a steep hill.
The acting is atrocious and will appeal to people who watch with a sense of irony. There is a knowing reference to Jess Franco but these things fail to rescue a film with so little substance. The monsters arrive halfway through the film - They talk a bit and a woman briefly goes topless before Dracula and his mates sod off home. The end.
For a more effective stab at films of this nature, hunt down a copy of the Asian James-Bond clone `For Y'ur Height Only'.
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It has a decent cast, who are over the top and pretty humorous. It's about a rare book library, and the head librarian is hysterical, but under used. Anna, the other librarian is okay, she lets a guy look at a rare book and he replaces it, and that's basically what the movie is about. Anna trying to locate the rare book that was stolen with the help of a "detective" who works in a video store. The guy who stole the book is trying to use them to raise the monsters from them, which he partially succeeded at doing. Phil Fondacaro is Dracula, and he is amazing as usual, i love that full moon uses him a lot, because half the time he is the only good actor and his performances are worth watching. The movie isn't very good, it has it's highs but mostly it has lows. This movie is sometimes billed as "Deformed Monsters" , which is annoying, because re-titling movies is a peeve of mine. I watched it for free, so i cannot complain too much.
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