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I Was A Teenage Frankensteins Roommate (2002) is a low-budget feature starring Patrick Casey and directed by Worm Miller.
Miller and Casey also co-wrote the movie. The duo went on to write Hey, Stop Stabbing Me!, National Lampoon Presents Dorm Daze and its sequel National Lampoons Dorm Daze 2 among other things. The film was shot on location in Bloomington, Minnesota. The film was written and shot in under two weeks during a winter break from college. The title of the film is a play on the title of the 1958 film I Was A Teenage Frankenstein.
I Was a Teenage Frankensteins Roommate Wikipedia
I Was A Teenage Frankensteins Roommate is the story of Hiram Belmore (Patrick Casey) and his attempt to create life and therefore win the school science fair. Peggy (Sarah K. Bizek) and her boyfriend Dwight (Nick Stukas) are house-sitting for Peggys professor. Dwights friend Hiram hijacks the house and uses it in his experiment to create his Frankensteins monster, which he names Monster (Worm Miller). His class rival Lionel Kerr (Sean Hall) is trying to prevent this and win the science fair himself, while Clerval (Jack Shreck) co-opts control of a religious sect to make things turn out in his favor and wackiness ensues.
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