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Shadow Creature

Shadow Creature ★ 1996 (R)

Detective investigating a series of grisly murders finds a mad scientist and a mysterious formula that could unlock the secrets of immortality. The downside being the entire mutation of all life on earth into monsters. ?m/C VHS . Shane Minor, Dennis Keefe, Scott Heim; D: James Gribbins.

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