Detective Coyle is trying to solve several bizarre murders and is having no luck finding a suspect. But when his girlfriend turns into a werewolf and gets kidnapped by a vampire, things ...
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One man's struggle to contain the curse he hides within... and his last-ditch attempt to free himself with the love of family. But when it looks as if he is losing his battle, and ... See full summary »
Detective Coyle is trying to solve several bizarre murders and is having no luck finding a suspect. But when his girlfriend turns into a werewolf and gets kidnapped by a vampire, things start to fall into place......Written by
If you're looking for some cheap "scares", then go back to the original Universal horror flicks of the 1930's, 40's and 50's when at least in those days they had available good actors to play the parts. This "made for TV" version was a complete and total waste of time. When I first tuned into it, I just naturally assumed that it was going to be a continuation or "remake", and hopefully on the same standards, as the originals from years gone by. No way Jack! The acting, the story and direction, if you can call it that, are all null and void here. It's as if a high school drama club was attempting to put on a Halloween show and they had a total budget of $3.23. The lady news reporter is totally without the sympathy of Lon Chaney's "Larry Talbot" wolf man. The Frankenstein Monster in this is a joke that was rejected by the Three Stooges. And the "Dracula" character is someone who looks like he tried out for the "Godfather"...and obviously didn't get the part. What a stinko pic! This mess is not even up to "Ed Wood" standards. So what was Universal thinking of? Was this just some lame way of promoting their "Universal Studios" theme park in Florida? In the future, leave well enough alone.
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