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Dungeon Of Dr. Dreck


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  • Actors: Various
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: All Regions
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: SUB ROSA STUDIO
  • DVD Release Date: January 22, 2008
  • Run Time: 48 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000VWQU8I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #638,478 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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It's the 1960's. Local programming thrives as TV stations create shows for their viewing public. Suddenly the ""horror host"" becomes a nationwide presence on the airwaves as old horror and sci-fi movies are released to television. Dr. Dreck and Moaner go on the air in the small town of Fibbia, Mass. They incur the wrath of the station's grand dame, Louise Morgan, when the popularity of their show pushes her show off the air. So Louise gets nasty. But Dr. Dreck and Moaner can get nastier. Because they are what they really seem to be; a mad scientist and a zombie! Extras: interviews, photos, bloopers, free ""spook specs"" enclosed to view ""27 Spooks"" sequence.

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Buy this one for Halloween night.
Brian Milligan
After all, we are talking about mad scientists, the walking dead, and animated rubber rats here folks!
G-Fan
I have been addicted to a cable access show for quite some time.
Doug Waltz

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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Doug Waltz on September 15, 2007
Format: DVD
I have been addicted to a cable access show for quite some time. I am speaking, of course, of The Dungeon Of Dr. Dreck. Michael Legge infuses the horror host genre with new life as he and his undead cheerleader, Moaner (Lorna) introduce us to the finest public domain horror that money can buy. And, while the movies are definitely a welcome blast from the past, it's Dr. Dreck and his wacky crew that make the show.
Now, we get all of Dr. Dreck that we want.
In The Dungeon Of Dr. Dreck we get the beginnings of the show. Dr. Dreck is a down on his luck mad scientist who has recently brought a cheerleader back to life. He has to deal with her and her undead cravings as he tries to find financing for his macabre experiments. The opening sequence is a dead on, hilarious homage to George Romero's Night Of The Living Dead.
Eventually, Dr. Dreck and moaner hit on the idea of doing a show on the local UHF channel. They want to do a DIY self surgery kind of thing, but the station manager has a better idea. He notices that a rival station is getting all the sponsors because of their horror host show. He thinks that Dr. Dreck and Moaner would be perfect. After all, they can't really be a REAL Mad Scientist and zombie, can they?
Unfortunately, the local darling and resident evil woman of that particular channel is Louise Morgan who has a huge block of time that deals with cooking and whatever else tickles her fancy. She does not want to give up her airtime for a couple of degenerates who show old horror flicks. And she will do anything to stop them, even murder!
As I said at the beginning of this review I have been a fan of the show for quite some time. I was really looking forward to the movie.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brian Milligan on October 9, 2007
Format: DVD
This is guerilla filmmaking at it's best.
I've been a fan of The Dungeon of Dr. Dreck for a little over a year now. The show is a riot, harkening back to the Horror Host shows of the 1960s. Those were the shows where a goofily dressed up mad scientist or ghoul introduced and provided commentary for B movies, and then played them. The real fun of the show was watching the hosts do their thing.
Thankfully, this type of show is seeing something of a comeback, and can easily be found on local cable channels. The Dungeon of Dr. Dreck is the best of the lot. Dr. Dreck (Michael Legge) and his nuttily campy sidekick Moaner (Lorna Nogueira) are the stars, playing a mad scientist and his zombie cheerleader girlfriend. They have a group of regulars who provide zany, slapstick antics on each episode as they show those old B-movie horror flicks we all grew up with.
Now Dr. Dreck has his first movie, and it's a hoot. I took my sons to see the premier the other night, and boy was it fun. The plot, such as it is, involves Dr. Dreck and Moaner doing battle with an evil woman who runs the local TV station. But the real fun of the movie is watching the over-the-top antics of Dr. Dreck and Moaner. There is no low these two won't go to for a laugh, and they pull it off. Throughout the movie, you'll see a bizarre takeoff on Night of the Living Dead, a zombie trying to visit her parents, Dr. Dreck and his talking pet rat, Stu, a Frankenstein monster who wasn't sewed together properly and a Three Stooges inspired fight scene that had the audience howling at the premier. The movie is a riot, funnier than anything I've seen on the big screen this year. Buy this one for Halloween night. You won't regret it.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By G-Fan on May 14, 2013
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Filmed on what was most certainly a miniscule budget (hey - they had to be able to afford to give away the "Spook Specs" with the DVD release), The Dungeon of Dr. Dreck is a delightfully demented homage to TV horror hosts of both the past as well as the present, starring one of the great present day horror hosts, Dr. Dreck (Massachusetts filmmaker, writer and director Michael Legge) himself.

Set in 1966, (despite the fact you see LOTS of glimpses of modern day cars - remember, this IS low budget) the movie weaves what can only be presumed to be a totally fabricated "origin" story for the good Doctor and his sidekick Moaner (Lorna Nogueira), the zombie cheerleader. I call it a presumed fabrication, but who can really say whether or not any of it is true? After all, we are talking about mad scientists, the walking dead, and animated rubber rats here folks! It's the story of a man with a vision and a dream, who due to lack of interest by other parties, is forced to adapt to a new vision and dream in order to pay the bills, and keep Stu the Rat in cheese. And thus is born The Dungeon of Dr. Dreck, a local television no-budget horror hosted movie show. In achieving this, the Doctor and Moaner inadvertently make an enemy of the TV station's owner, Louise, whose son, the station manager, cancels her stodgy old show in favor of the ratings-boosting hosted horror movie. Sworn to exact her revenge, and thus win back her coveted time slot, Louise devises several wildly diverse schemes for ridding herself of the Demented Duo.

Chock full of crazy humor and goofy parody, The Dungeon of Doctor Dreck is a horror movie/horror host fan's dream come true. And oddly enough, it's all somehow insanely plausible.
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