2004 | DIRECTOR. MARK DIPPE | REVIEW BY GLENN COCHRANE.
Despite the failure of Spawn, he demonstrated a clear talent, and for his next film he would tackle the creature feature genre with a direct-to-DVD title called Frankenfish. This was a film that I first saw upon release and I remember being impressed. My memory recalls it being an effective and refreshing take on the genre, boasting a good production design and great special effects. It’s a movie that few people know about, and perhaps that’s due in part to the creature-feature boom of the late 90s being all but dead. It follows in the steps of Lake Placid and Anaconda, and had it been made a few years earlier it might have enjoyed a bigger budget and a better reception.
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