Lunchtime Movie Review

Transylvania 6-5000 (1985)

Episode #190

New World Pictures released Transylvania 6-5000 on November 8, 1985. Rudy De Luca directed the film starring Jeff Goldblum, Joseph Bologna, and Ed Begley Jr.

‘Transylvania 6-5000’ Plot Summary

In Transylvania 6-5000, tabloid newsman, Mac Turner sends his son Gil and fellow reporter, Jack Harrison to Transylvania. They are to either find the Frankenstein monster shown on a video tape an anonymous person sent him, or find new jobs. Once there, the two meet a cast of oddballs from a wacky butler, to a creepy mayor, a nympho vampiress, and more. However, their investigation soon takes them face to face with Frankenstein himself, and the boys get their story of a lifetime.

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New World Pictures released Transylvania 6-5000 on November 8, 1985. Rudy De Luca directed the film starring Jeff Goldblum, Joseph Bologna, and Ed Begley Jr.

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