|Dracula: Dead and Loving It 1995 PG-13, 90 min.|
Genre: Comedy / Horror
Director: Mel Brooks
Cast: Leslie Nielsen, Mel Brooks, Harvey Korman, Peter MacNicol, Steven Weber, Amy Yasbeck, Lysette Anthony, Anne Bancroft, Clive Revill, Mark Blankfield, Megan Cavanagh, Chuck McCann, Avery Schreiber, Ezio Greggio, Cherie Franklin
The Prince of Darkness (Leslie Nielsen) is happy as a Transylvania vampire–even though he keeps tripping over his cape. However, he still has a huge ego to overcome as he tries to keep his dignity in impossible situations throughout this very funny Mel Brooks film.
|Frankenstein General Hospital 1988 R, 92 min.|
Director: Deborah Romare
Cast: Mark Blankfield, Kathy Shower, Lou Cutell, Irwin Keyes, Katie Caple, Bunky Jones, Leslie Jordan, Jonathan Farwell, Hamilton Mitchell, Dorothy Patterson, Mark DeCarlo, Harry Murphy, Ben Stein, Jessica Puscas, Tom Fahn
This comedy/horror film is about a descendant of Dr. Victor Frankenstein. Dr. Bob Frankenstein (Mark Blankfield) has an internship at a hospital where he is busy at work creating yet another monster (Irwin Keyes), and the monster wreaks havoc throughout the hospital.
|The Incredible Shrinking Woman 1981 PG, 88 min.|
Director: Joel Schumacher
Cast: Lily Tomlin, Charles Grodin, Ned Beatty, Henry Gibson, Pamela Bellwood, Mark Blankfield, Mike Douglas, Elizabeth Wilson, John Glover, Rick Baker
Pat Kramer (Lily Tomlin) is a housewife who has an intolerance to brand name foods, soaps, etc. To her husband's (Charles Grodin) dismay, she shrinks in physical size until she is only a fraction of her former self.
|Robin Hood: Men in Tights 1993 PG-13, 102 min.|
Director: Mel Brooks
Cast: Cary Elwes, Richard Lewis, Roger Rees, Amy Yasbeck, Dave Chappelle, Mark Blankfield, Tracey Ullman, Mel Brooks, Dom DeLuise, Dick Van Patten, Isaac Hayes, Megan Cavanagh, Eric Allan Kramer, Matthew Porretta, Patrick Stewart
The evil Prince John (Richard Lewis) and his henchman, the Sheriff of Rottingham (Roger Rees), are oppressing the people while King Richard (Patrick Stewart) is in exile. Robin Hood (Cary Elwes) gathers together a band of men to protect the people, and, in his spare time, Robin Hood falls in love with Maid Marian (Amy Yasbeck). The humor is delightful, and, while a satire, this film somehow brings to life all that Robin Hood represents in the genre of swashbuckling heroes.
|1. Dracula: Dead and Loving It (1995)|
2. Frankenstein General Hospital (1988)
3. The Incredible Shrinking Woman (1981)
4. Jekyll & Hyde...Together Again (1982)
5. Robin Hood: Men in Tights (1993)
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