Synopsis by Mark Deming
Two iconic monsters face off in a battle of good against evil in this witty homage to classic horror films of the '40s and '50s. Dr. Monroe Lazaroff (Larry Butler) is an eccentric scientist who lives in a secluded manor on the California coast with his beautiful assistant, Dr. Ula Foranti (Alison Lees-Taylor) and their disfigured helper, Salisbury (Rich Knight). One of Lazaroff's most recent experiments went terribly wrong, and resulted in a strange humanoid amphibian creature that escaped into the ocean. Hoping to come up with a new way to battle terrorists, Lazaroff and his crew travel to the nation of Shellvania and recover the remains of the monster created by Dr. Frankenstein. Lazaroff and company return home with the monster just in time to receive the bad news that the amphibian beast they created has not only survived in the ocean, but has been responsible for the death of a handful of surfers and pin-up models. Knowing that he must take responsibility for his handiwork, Lazaroff begins teaching the Frankenstein monster to battle the Blood Cove creature before it can kill again. Written and directed by vintage horror fan William Winckler, Frankenstein Vs. the Creature from Blood Cove features cameo appearances from Lloyd Kaufman, Ron Jeremy, and Raven De La Croix.
amphibian, creature, humanoid, monster, scientist