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Frankenstein Reborn is an American horror film of the science fiction/mad scientist subgenre. It is yet another modernized adaptation of Mary Shelley's seminal 1818 novel, Frankenstein: or, The Modern Prometheus. The film was written and directed by Leigh Scott and produced by David Michael Latt, David Rimawi, Sherri Strain and Rick Walker of The Asylum. It premiered on August 28th, 2005.

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  • This film was released three days before The Beast of Bray Road, which was also directed by Leigh Scott and produced by the same crew, with many of the same actors.
  • The closing credits contain the line, "Why are you still reading this? Go back to the video store and rent another Asylum film. You know you want to."
  • Actress Eliza Swenson also performs the song "Sweet Intoxication", which is used in this film.
  • Director Leigh Scott makes an appearance in the film as Doctor Cadaverella, but is uncredited in the film in this capacity.
  • Victor Frank, Robert Walton and Hank Clerval are the only characters from the movie whose names are derived from characters in the original Mary Shelley novel.

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