Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Tory Kittles, K.D. Aubert, China Chow, Matthew Rauch, Donna Biscoe
Director: Mark A.Z. Dippé
Genres: Action & Adventure, Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Mystery & Suspense
No Description Available. Genre: Feature Film-Action/Adventure Rating: R Release Date: 8-SEP-2006 Media Type: DVD
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Adam M. (redbaronredsoxfan) from BURLINGTON, VT
Reviewed on 5/9/2013...
Awesome creature feature! goes great along with ones Such as Snakehead Terror and Loch Ness Terror. fans of the genre should own all three without question. lots of blood.
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Carl Manes | 05/10/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Although the plot is indistinguishable from countless other killer animal flicks, FRANKENFISH is a step above the usual direct-to-video releases. Sam Rivers is charged with uncovering the truth behind a recent rash of animal attacks in the Louisiana bayou, which brings him and a group of locals face to face with the genetically-engineered monstrosities swimming just beneath the surface! The production qualities far exceed the subject matter here, as it offers competent filming along with its mid-budget sets, action, and gore. Despite their purely digital creation, enough effort has been made to allow the creatures to manipulate and interact with their environments, bringing with them some sense of believability. The FX team has also done a solid job in giving the fish a unique and realistic design, while the make-up artists have managed to squeeze in a bloody decapitation, countless bisections, and a fisherman frappe through the blades of an air boat. FRANKENFISH won't be winning any awards in the near future, but it is one of the better films of its kind to hit the DVD market in recent years.
I Like Horror Movies"
A Waste Of A Good Film Title
Stanley Runk | Camp North Pines | 06/27/2010
(3 out of 5 stars)
""From the director of Spawn"!! Boy if that doesn't have you throwing this one in your shopping cart, I'm not sure what else will.
Frankenfish has a medical examiner and a wildlife specialist(hot of course) going deep into the Louisiana bayou to investigate mysterious deaths, and find themselves in a standoff, along with a small group of folks in houseboats(the young females all hot of course), against large mutant fish.
Not an original bone in it's body, but is certainly fun if you like this kinda thing. And considering the amount of these kinds of films on the market these days, many folks like this kind of thing.
Strangely enough, I was expecting something a tad different from a film called "Frankenfish". Maybe something a bit more tongue in cheek or schlocky. Frankenfish is schlocky no doubt, but it actually plays it more straight faced than you'd think a movie called "Frankenfish" would.
Like I said, there's a ton of these kinds of films out there, and if you dig em, Frankenfish delivers the expected "goods" of this subgenre."