I was happy that this movie ended so suddenly so I would not have to watch anymore of her [size=2]putrid performance.
What [i]would[/i] have been nice to know ahead of time was that this movie was originally intended to be the pilot episode of a cable TV series. Apparently, somewhere along the line someone had a falling out with someone else, Dean Koontz withdrew his name from the project, the series was nixed, and someone decided to release the pilot as a direct-to-DVD movie. Soooooo...
It was really irritating, once I had totally gotten into it, to have it end abruptly with all sorts of loose ends and open subplots. The scenery and film work are incredible, the characters interesting and actors playing them doing a good job, and the modern-day take on the Frankenstein story is really cool. But I really wasn't expecting it to just stop in the middle of everything. I hope whoever is in charge gets the go ahead to continue the project.