Christopher Lee, Peter Cushing, Mike Raven and Susan Jameson
Format Used: Netflix DVD
Contains: Graphic Violence
Dr. Charles Marlowe is facinated with evil, he's obsesed with how evil works and what evil is. So much so that he's been
experimenting with a formula that will bring out the evil in men and of course after using up all his little animal test subjects
he uses it on himself, enter Edward Blake. Mister Blake is all of Dr. Marlowe's evil and he has some pretty sick evil inside
him I tell you what. Can his friend Frederick save him from this insane experiment?
I heard this this is one the most loyal versions of the Strange case of Doctor Jekyl and Mister Hyde ever made. First complaint,
why not name the character Jekyl and Hyde if it's based on the story? Second, complaint, it's so damn dull, an hour into
the movie and nothing was happening. Nothing, just lots of talking about evil. I hope the book isn't this dull. The performences
were good and the make up effects worked. But it's so damn boring it was putting me to sleep. I had trouble keeping my eyes
open. I know British films can be dull but this has to be slow even for a British flick. Not even Peter Cushing and Christopher
Lee could save this movie, do not operate heavy machinery or drive while watching I, MONSTER. I must give the movie THE NOOSE!
I concur with Zedd and no I didn't "almost fall asleep" while watching I, MONSTER. I did fall asleep, it was that
exciting. I am a big fan of Christopher Lee and the late great Peter Cushing, but it makes me wonder what the hell were they
thinking when they made this video sleeping pill. I too give it THE NOOSE!
ON THE POSTIVE SIDE (+ HITS):
+ PERFORMANCES (The performaces of Christopher Lee and Peter Cushing was great as always.)
ON THE NEGATIVE SIDE(- MISSES):
- MAJOR SNOOZEFEST (This is a real bore. Nothing happens for so long.)