In his first film role, Craig Dobbs plays a nasty looking, bad tempered Frankenstein Monster in House of the Wolf Man, a feature-length retro-horror film written and directed by Eben McGarr.
In a loving, meticulously done homage to the House of monster rallies of the Forties — it’s even in black and white —the film reunites all the usual suspects. Dobbs’ Monster is joined by Michael R. Thomas’s Dracula (a dead ringer for Lugosi) and Ron Chaney (Lon Jr’s grandson) in a double role as a mad scientist and the Wolf Man — featuring a startling, original makeup by Michelle Chung. Additional critters include John McGarr as a ghoulish butler named Barlow, and a creepy arm- and leg-less gypsy.
The film premieres on October 1st at the Vista Theatre in Los Angeles, to be followed by a limited theatrical release before it goes to DVD.
The House of the Wolf Man website has a really neat, old fashioned trailer up (it plays as soon as you click over) and stills of the cast.