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Boltneck ★½ Big Monster on Campus; Teen Monster 1998

When school outcast Karl becomes the victim of a hazing by jocks, nerdy Frank Stein (get it?) decides to try an experiment in re-animating the dead. But unknown to Frank, the brain he's used (which he stole from his father's lab—how convenient) is that of a mass killer and the new Karl has developed quite an attitude. 92m/C VHS, DVD . Justin Walker, Ryan Reynolds, Christine Lakin, Bianca Lawson, Kenny Blank, Judge Reinhold, Shelley Duvall, Charles Fleischer, Matthew Lawrence, Richard Moll; D: Mitch Marcus; W: Dave Payne; M: Roger Neill. VIDEO

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