It is 1912. Following the death of a young girl, Eva Smith, an inspector comes to investigate her death at the household of the Birling family
If Sherlock Holmes was made in 1999.
What If Loonatics Unleashed Into Live-Action/Animated Movie
The first five episodes of Loonatics Unleashed occur in the year 2772, the year that a meteor strikes the fictional city-planet of Acmetropolis, knocking it completely off its original axis. However, instead of destroying the planet, the impact of the meteor and its resultant shock wave gives off supernatural cosmic energies that give some inhabitants superpowers while incapacitating others. A mysterious and powerful woman called Zadavia calls upon six of the affected residents to form a team of superheroes. She becomes their supervisor, dispatching them for the purpose of combating any and all threats to Acmetropolis and its citizens. The ...
Saw a different listing for a Van Helsing sequel and it gave me an idea. I picture this as the the ultimate monster movie/literary mash-up set in the same universe as the original. *Added Rodney Skinner (the The League of Extraordinary Gentleman version of the Invisible Man) with the idea that he would be a cameo appearance. (LXG is another movie that may not have been very well reviewed but I think is a fun movie that has the same tone as VH. Tony Curran as Skinner is one of the best parts of that flick.)
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