The Kindred

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A superior follow-up to The Dorm that Dripped Blood from directors Jeffrey Obrow and Stephen W. Carpenter, this campy, slime-covered monster movie centers around a dark secret kept in the basement catacombs of an ailing geneticist (Kim Hunter), which turns out to be the bizarre end product of a gene-splicing experiment combining genetic material from her son with the DNA of an aquatic creature. The little guy -- dubbed "Anthony" by its creator -- breaks free to stalk Hunter's son John (David Allen Brooks) and his obnoxious friends before facing off with another loony scientist (Rod Steiger, in an absolutely hideous hairpiece). Filled with creepy surprises, audacious makeup effects and buckets of goo, this film's high point is provided by lovely Amanda Pays as Steiger's assistant, who proves late in the film why she kisses like a fish.

Cast

David Allen Brooks
as John Hollins
Kim Hunter
as Amanda Hollins
Rod Steiger
as Dr. Phillip Lloyd
Amanda Pays
as Melissa Leftridge
Talia Balsam
as Sharon Raymond
Timothy Gibbs
as Hart Phillips
Peter Frechette
as Brad Baxter
Julia Montgomery
as Cindy Russell
Bunki Z
as Nell Valentine
Bennet Guillory
as Dr. Stone
Ben Perry
as Porsche Driver
Edgar Small
as Dr. Larson
Jim Boeke
as Jackson
Ben L. Perry
as Porsche Driver
John Farmer
as Minister
Steve Conte
as Orderly
Michael Shawn McCracken
as Full-Sized Anthony
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