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**Recommendation - look these guys up on the net and check the girls
before you get Seduction Cinema movies. If you don't like the girls,
getting their movies is a waste of time and $.
This shallow plot plops a female into the Frankenstein role. Discussing the story here is a waste of all of our time. The attempts at humor are "cute", bordering on highly annoying. Production values OK (by their standards). Only thing worthwhile here is the women - the flick is full of hot chicks, many of which have girl girl scenes (the signature of this company). The hottest would be Darian Caine - I find her one of their most fun actresses, as she generally goes all out & doesn't half a** like some babes do in these bad movies. High-points are Darian & two babes (maids, I believe) in a bath-tub, and other goodies.
Get this one and "Re-Animator", and you'll have a really good Frankenstein film to watch before you have some other kinda fun.
Dr. Frankenstein teaches the famous monster to talk fluently, and after initial problems, it works surprisingly well, so the monster leaves to join a band of gypsies, tramps and thieves. Meanwhile, Dr. Frankenstein's wife (Darian Caine) is killed in a pantomime horse riding accident (don't ask), so he has to revive her. Unfortunately, she needs a new brain, and the only one Igor can find belonged to a lesbian. The doctor is surprised that she leaves him after she's revived, but quickly finds out why! Could have been funny, has in fact a few hilarious moments, but unless you only watch it for the girls, it's nothing special. Carelessly made, e.g. you see cars through the window of the castle, and if they didn't care to spend more time on the flick, why should you?
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Plumbing heretofore unknown depths of gloriously shameless and puerile stupidity, this soft-core send-up of Mary Shelley's classic story won't ever win any awards for taste or subtlety, but nonetheless is so cheerful and energetic in its go-for-broke silliness that one can't help but admire and be amused by its giddy chutzpah. The delectable Darian Caine has a field day as Helena, the frigid and frustrated wife of Dr. Victor Frankenstein (overplayed with hammy brio by John Paul Fedele) who after being accidentally killed in a horse-riding accident gets resurrected as a crazed, aggressive, and predatory vixen with a raging insatiable libido because Frankenstein's inept gay assistant Igo (Bennigan Feeney camping it up like nobody's business) damaged her brain and replaced it with one from a lesbian. Besides the abundant dopey humor, this movie not surprisingly delivers loads of tasty female nudity and sizzling girl on girl action (special kudos are in order here for A.J. Khan's memorably sultry turn as a hooker Helena pays to do the deed with). The game cast have a ball with the wacky material: The singular John Link once again steals the show with his distinctive eye-rolling histrionics as the madcap Karl the Jester (his ending credits freestyle rap number is simply priceless!), Debbie Rochon pops up in a sidesplitting bit as a dippy hippie, and Michael R. Thomas demonstrates his impressive singing and dancing prowess as Frankenstein's monster. Such glaring anachronisms as cars in the background and a character using a cellphone add to the uproarious lunacy. A total hoot.
I know a good number of people who consider this to be their favorite of all the Seduction Cinema titles. The main reason being that the there's a truly goofball sense of humor that dominates the entire production. Darian Cain makes the best of her role as a lesbian Frankenstein creature who hits on women at random with awfully trashy pick-up lines (you know the ones - "was your father a theif? He stole the stars from the heavens....").
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