Creature (TV Mini-Series 1998)

TV Mini-Series   |  Not Rated   |    |  Action, Horror, Sci-Fi

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An amphibious shark-like monster terrorizes an abandoned secret military base and the people who live on the island it is located on. A marine biologist, as well as several other people, ... See full summary »

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  • Kim Cattrall and Craig T. Nelson in Creature (1998)
  • Brian Steele in Creature (1998)
  • Craig T. Nelson and Brian Steele in Creature (1998)
  • Craig T. Nelson in Creature (1998)
  • Craig T. Nelson and Brian Steele in Creature (1998)
  • Craig T. Nelson and Blu Mankuma in Creature (1998)

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9 July 2000 | doc_zombie
"It wasn't supposed to do that!" - Creature pt 1...
I'm a sucker for monsters, so I decided to check out the first part of this mini-series, and I was marginally impressed. There were intelligent performances from the principles, despite the alteration of the original book's interesting WW2 origins of the creature, their limited dialogue and the stock disbelieving authority figure and local slimeball characters that show up in every other creature feature. Kim Cattrall is not only visually very pleasing, but she is a very skilled actress - hopefully part 2 will allow her to do more than the usual for a woman in a horror movie. As a rehash of a 50's creature-feature I found this fun, but not too taxing on the brain. Stan Winston's creature was nicely designed, but the scale White Shark puppet was incredible (speaking from the point of view of someone with zoological training)! Our titular Antihero moves nicely, though is still a bit too Black-Lagoon-ish. I knew the legs would be there, but I didn't expect them to grow in 20 seconds flat! My hopes are high, but this post-modern prometheus can only get worse when the army show up. I just hop e the Creature puts up a fight. So far, just for rubber work and nostalgic feelings, I'll give it 6 out of 10.

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