Synopsis by Mark Deming
Monsters come in all shapes and sizes, and if you don't believe it, this offbeat horror item will provide all the proof you need. A somewhat mad scientist, Winston Berber (Bill Moynihan), has come up with a remarkable new invention -- a machine that can create living, breathing re-creations of fictional characters from books. However, there's a slight problem with this new technology; he can only create miniature versions of these literary giants, and when he programs several classic horror novels into the machine, he suddenly has three-foot-high versions of Dracula (Phil Fondacaro), Frankenstein's Monster (Thomas Wellington), the Mummy (Joe Smith), and the Wolfman (Jon Simanton) to contend with. The pint-sized monsters soon begin making king-sized mayhem and when the monsters need a woman of virtue to put their evil schemes into high gear, pretty but virginal librarian Anna (Rhonda Griffin) becomes their next target, and it's up to her to put things back to normal.
mad-scientist, midget, monster, Dracula, experiment, Frankenstein, inventor, mummy, science-runs-amok, scientist, vampire, werewolf, literary, machine, virgin