The follow-up from Mark A.Z. Dippe, FRANKENFISH stars Muse Watson (I KNOW WHAT YOU DID LAST SUMMER) and Tory Kittles in a story that pits a pack of huge, mutant, flesh-eating fish against the human inhabitants of a Bayou town. A genetic engineering experiment gone horribly awry, these monsters are the result of a cross between a fish and a snake, and can travel on land as well as swim, and they have a taste for blood, leaving a trail of gruesome corpses up and down the river. The local authorities don't realize what they are up against before the death toll mounts considerable, and by then it may just be too late to stop the creatures.
FRANKINFISH Have you ever seen a movie and thought "man that was a far out there concept", and then thought "hey that was actually entertaining". Well if you have ever thought that then chances are you were talking about this flick right here. This movie despite having a funny yet horrible name is just one of those fun out there type of creature features in the same vein as "Lake Placid" [the first one]. I remember … more
Pros: at least the characters were well written Cons: I'm limited to 15 words The Bottom Line: The bottom line is this is a stinko of a movie Generally I like to start a review by giving props to the writer, director, etc., of a movie as well as list the rating and awards. But, seriously, does anyone give a flyin frig if I prop up these culprits that put out this lame movie, Frankenfish? You know how they always … more
Writers Scott Clevenger, Simon Barrett came up with a really entertaining film and director Mark A.Z. Dippé really delivered with their idea and crafted a pretty entertaining movie. This is not a classic film but it is a cool movie, it is full of cheese and is a true b movie but it is a good flick. Watch this on a Saturday afternoon or night and grab the pizza.