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I really enjoyed this one in particular out of this year's batch of Retromedia softcore releases. The storyline was amusing, and the casting choices were just great.
Frankie Cullen playing as an egg headed scientist was so against type that it added a lot to the humor level of the entire production. In a reversal of the typical "girl with glasses is secretly hot but no one notices until she takes them off at the end" trope that appears in far too many romantic comedies and teen sex comedies, Frankie Cullen as the mad scientist works here, and he does one of his better acting jobs as well.
Brandin Rackley is awesome as his assistant and is the definite stand out in the film. Her accent is just goofy enough to be funny and a little sexy both, and she, as usual, has the best acting skills.
Jayden Cole is a great Frankenstein's monster type, being so statuesque. She's deliciously busty, and did a pretty good job acting physically despite her lack of lines.
Christine Nguyen was her typical self, sexy and cute and fun, and Tony Marino showed a bit more range than usual here.
I love the way these cheesy softcores get creative and funny with horror/sci-fi inspired knockoffs, way more than the boring erotic drama/thriller type ones, and this was a great example of being campy and still sexy.
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