“Beast beach party”

Films: Frankenstein Vs. the Creature of Blood Cove (2005)

Alias: The Creature, Frankenstein's Monster, wolfman, ghosts

Type: Man-made (Creature, Monster), Mystical (the rest)

Location: Ocean/Civilized Area/Forest

Height/Weight: That of average humans.

Affiliation: Neutral

Summary: This film has almost all of your favorite Universal movie monsters...stunt doubles. There's really no other way to explain it aside from the fact that they aren't particularly fond of one another.

History: Created by the fanatic Dr. Monroe Lazaroff, the Creature was designed as a "Terror Weapon" to help him rule over all. Alas, it got into the beaches of Blood Cove, and carved a niche killing people there. Then all of Lazaroff's other creations came into the foray, including a wolfman and a new stitched-together corpse made from the old Monster of Frankenstein himself, the latter of which goes after the Creature while getting into its own mishaps.

Notable Kills: Nothing special.

Final Fate: The Monster wins the fight against the Creature by stabbing it with a shard of wood several times. However, before it can resume its rampage, a ghost takes his life. The spirits of the two monsters try to clash again...only for Lazaroff's own ghost to intervene and take control of them again.

Powers/Abilities: Extreme resilience.

Weakness: Heavy artillery, ghosts.

Scariness Factor: 3.5-While it can be obvious at times that these beasts are mostly folks in suits or makeup, that doesn't mean it's bad suits/makeup per se. The Monster in particular is rather ghoulish in appearance, to say nothing of how violent all of the monsters can be.

Trivia: -This film was explicitly made as a homage to Universal's monster glory days, and it shows. Many a horror fan has taken a liking to it, particularly horror show hosts.

-This film was actually inspired by a nightmare that director William Winckler had depicting the two main monsters fighting, but with added storms in the background.

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Prepare for yet another last-minute fight! Live!

"I forgot! The sun is actually very harmful to my eyes!"

The face of angst.
As seen from monster movie purists.