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28 March 2012 (USA)  »

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Another Winner from the Company
22 June 2014 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Fuckenstein (2012)

*** (out of 4)

I'm pretty sure the title gives away the plot. Either way, this here is another production from Burning Angel and it features James Deen playing Dr. Frankenstein and Joanna Angel is his wife who wants a little more sexual excitement and gets it from a monster (Ramon Nomar) built by her husband. FUCKENSTEIN is pretty much what you'd expect from the Burning Angel group and while this here isn't nearly as good as EVIL HEAD, it's still a winner. I'm actually going to give the team a lot of credit because they filmed this in B&W, which is certainly not very common with porn movies. I'm not an expert on the genre but I'm going to guess this rarely happens and it probably hasn't happened very much in the history of the genre. The film has a pretty good sense of humor as you'd expect and there's actually some nice jokes along the way including one at the end, which I won't spoil. The film probably could have gone on a tad bit longer, after all this thing is just 58-minutes, which is 90-minutes shorter than EVIL HEAD. That film contained all sorts of great gags and I will admit that I'm a little shocked that there weren't more winks or nods to the genre. Still, Deen and Angel are both in fine form here and the sex scenes are good for what they are.

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