Frankenstein (2004)

Frankenstein

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This made-for-cable Frankenstein was originally intended as the pilot for a weekly series based on Frankenstein: The Prodigal Son, a novel by Dean Koontz and Kevin J. Anderson. The story is set in modern-day New Orleans, the home of demented scientist Dr. Victor Helios (Thomas Kretschmann). Helios is in fact the original Dr. Victor Frankenstein, who has kept himself alive these past 200 years by a series of diabolical genetic experiments. During the same two centuries, Frankenstein has managed … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Television, Horror, Mystery & Suspense, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Directed By:
Written By: John Shiban
On DVD: Sep 13, 2005
Runtime:

Cast


as Victor Helios/Franke...

as Deucalion

as Carson O'Conner

as Michael Sloane

as Father Beaufort

as Jack Rogers

as Watkins

as Det. Harker
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painfully stupid

Full Review… | November 10, 2005
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Audience Reviews for Frankenstein

Intended as the jump start for a cable series the work suffers from the heavy hand of its young and "edgy" creator who fervently insists that you know who made it, in every single scene. I was getting a bit tired of it by the end. The story didn't help ... lame as well.

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Kevin M. Williams

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this was ... interesting. I thought there could have been more to it but I still enjoyed it...mainly because I found the original Frankenstein character in this movie ro be doable. :P

Frankenstein with a modern twist huh? At first the concept seemed cool to me, but upon watching the movie eye started to see the film reveal itself as drab and dull. Even the mood of the film envokes sleepy eyes. If you'r wise you just ignore this movie. It's not bad it just isn't very attention grabbing or eventfull.

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