The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996)


Directed by: John Frankenheimer, Richard Stanley

Stars: David Thewlis, Marlon Brando, Val Kilmer

Language: English | Subtitles: English (embed)

Country: Usa | Imdb Info | Ar: 2.40:1 | Brrip [Director’s Cut]

Description: After being rescued and brought to an island, a man discovers that its inhabitants are experimental animals being turned into strange-looking humans, all of it the work of a visionary doctor.


1.48GB | 100:34mins | 1280×534 | mkv

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6 Responses to The Island of Dr. Moreau (1996)

  1. Thomas M. says:

    The worst movie in the history of human events isn’t Plan 9, nor even any of Andy Milligan’s films.

    Quite clearly, it’s “Manos: The Hands of Fate”.

  2. Mr.G. says:

    Val Kilmer’s moment next to Brando. On a side note to below comments, Plan 9 was voted worst film in the ’50s era. Ed Wood was a transvestite outcast who went to WW2 wearing a bra under his uniform, “could it be putting up a crazy facade is the only way Ed Wood [who promoted transvestism] can get away with making a subversive movie?” Danny Peary (Cult Movies/1980) wonders, so do I. After all, a bad film can be significant.

  3. Elliott says:

    “Plan 9” isn’t really the worst movie ever made. Try anything by Andrew Milligan (“Monstrosity,” “The Ghastly Ones,” “Torture Dungeon,” etc.) Ed Wood’s movies, bad as they were, had a primitive modicum of technical proficiency. Not so with Milligan, who shot many of his films on a battered, barely functional Auricon 16mm surplus newsreel camera, which may explain the maddening focus problems and unintelligible dialogue. (The Auricon’s lo-fi mic recorded directly onto reversal film in-camera). Milligan’s films are so jaw-droppingly awful, it’s hard to believe they were actually shown in real movie theaters, yet they played extensively in the grindhouses of New York City, and at drive-in theaters throughout the south. A film critic for the Village Voice once famously complained that Milligan’s films looked as if they had been processed in a dirty bathtub. Rarelust has an astonishing number of Milligan’s films, including his notorious medieval historical epic, “Torture Dungeon,” which was lost for many years. Scroll to the top of the page, type “Andy Milligan” in the search bar, and prepare to be amazed…

  4. Wendel says:

    Everyone says “Plan 9” is the worst movie ever made, but it is nothing compared to this waste of talent.
    Thank you for continuing our cinematic education.

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