Baby Frankenstein (2018) reviews and overview

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‘He’s looking for a friend’

Baby Frankenstein is s a 2020 American comedy horror feature film about a young man’s unlikely friendship with a self-aware, pint-sized automaton.

Directed by Jon YonKondy from a screenplay co-written with Mike Rutkoski, based on a story by the former and M. Vedic, the movie stars Ian Barling, Patrick McCartney, Rance Nix and Cora Savage.


tells the story of young Lance and his unlikely friendship with a pint-sized, self-aware automaton. After Lance stumbles upon this ‘little dude’, he enlists the help of Truth, the sassy girl-next-door, to protect him from his mom’s batty boyfriend, Ken Glinevich.

Glinevich is hell-bent on capturing Baby Frankenstein and claiming the $50,000 reward being offered by the mysterious actual owner of Baby Frankenstein, Dauvin Lundquist. Lance finds an unlikely ally in his awkward neighbour, John, who appears to be romantically interested in Lance’s mother, Kim.

As the potential captors close in on Lance, Truth, and Baby Frankenstein, Lance must decide what he will risk preserving Baby Frankenstein’s freedom.


Baby Frankenstein is on VOD and DVD on June 30th 2020 from Wild Eye Releasing.

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Cast and characters:

• Ian Barling … Lance Wilton
• Patrick McCartney … Ken Glinevich
• Rance Nix … Baby Frankenstein
• Cora Savage … Truth
• Andre Gower … Dauvin Lundquist
• Bill Rutkoski … Mr Spintho
• Denise Pantoja … Waitress
• T.J. Rotell … Dauvin Lundquist’s Assistant
• Mason Carver … Creepy Halloween Guy
• Yannis Stergiopoulos … Van Sneed
• Eileen Rosen … Kim Wilton
• Mike Rutkoski … John Caffery
• John Rutkoski … Mr Spintho

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