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  1. In this movie, Frankenstein's monster Adam looks like a normal guy and nothing like his old incarnations of patchwork human flesh.. He even has ripped abs and excellent fighting abilities. Not at all what I was expecting. It definitely has the feel of an Underworld movie, monsters vs. monsters. Source: http://www.ifrankensteinfilm.com/
  2. In this movie, Frankenstein's monster Adam looks like a normal guy and nothing like his old incarnations of patchwork human flesh.. He even has ripped abs and excellent fighting abilities. Not at all what I was expecting. It definitely has the feel of an Underworld movie, monsters vs. monsters. Source: http://www.ifrankensteinfilm.com/ Click here to view the article
  3. http://www.foxnews.com/story/0,2933,396182,00.html CNN has a good video description: http://www.cnn.com/video/#/video/us/2008/07/31/moos.montauk.monster.cnn Did you catch that last part in the video? There is an animal disease clinic near where this thing washed ashore? And the monster has a cloth on its arm? Maybe from a bandage or gauze? If it was a raccoon, why would it have a possible bandage on its arm? Why would a disease clinic care about a raccoon and why hasn't anyone talked to that clinic to even see if there is a possible connection? Its a shame they don't have something in the picture to show its scale. Maybe it is only the size of a raccoon... But what do you think, turtle without a shell? Racoon? or... Monster!?