Starring Rhonda Griffin, Justin Lauer, Bill Moynihan and featuring Phil Fondacaro as Dracula. Midget versions of classic movie monsters, a mad scientist and human sacrifice. Sounds like the makings of a fun filled evening, right? Ha! Not even close! This little gem is a virtual plethera of bad acting, with the exception of Phil Fondacaro's Dracula who's seriousness in the role really made the character interesting (he earned it the extra half star). The plot is quite simple, mad scientist steals original versions of horror novels, invents machine to bring the monsters to life and steals girl for human sacrifice necessary to achieve said goal. What could go wrong? The procedure is interupted by oily bo-hunk detective who rescues girl mid sacrifice and the monsters are hatched in midget form. They then need to recapture the girl so that they may be transformed to full sized ghouls.
This movie was a tragic diappointment, Wolfman drooling and groping the bare breasts of one victim is just plain disturbing. Tell me, what librarian runs around in spandex pants and a belly shirt, day off or not! A complete waste of time, I think I am actually dumber after watching it.