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Rock 'n' Roll Frankenstein (1999)

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Music agent Bernie Stein, his scientist nephew Frankie, and a drugged out roadie named Iggy team to create a superstar by putting together the remains of dead rockers. All goes according to... See full summary »

Director:

Brian O'Hara

Writers:

Brian O'Hara (story), Vito Cannella (story) | 2 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Graig Guggenheim Graig Guggenheim ... The Monster, a.k.a. 'King'
Jayson Spence Jayson Spence ... Frankie Stein
Barry Feterman Barry Feterman ... Bernie Stein
Hiram Jacob Segarra ... Iggy
Andrew Hurley Andrew Hurley ... Curly
Ted Travelstead ... Pete
Mark Trares Mark Trares ... Priest
Jamie Gillard Jamie Gillard ... Hustler
Joan Gerardi Joan Gerardi ... Backstage Groupie
Tonio Descanvelle Tonio Descanvelle ... Dance Teacher
Kate Fallon Kate Fallon ... Gutted Groupie
Daniel Dresner Daniel Dresner ... Rocker in Office
Robert Novotny Robert Novotny ... Psychiatrist
Peter Klann Peter Klann ... Band Member
Andrew Iucci Andrew Iucci ... Band Member
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Storyline

Music agent Bernie Stein, his scientist nephew Frankie, and a drugged out roadie named Iggy team to create a superstar by putting together the remains of dead rockers. All goes according to plan until a mishap leads Iggy to steal Liberace's private parts instead of those of Jim Morrison. The monster is brought to life and is on the road to rock 'n' roll success when the Liberace side of the monster begins to assert itself, with tragic results. Written by W.B.

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A different kind of monster.

Genres:

Comedy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong violence/gore, sexual content, language and drug use | See all certifications »
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Quotes

King: Franky, have you ever had unnatural urges?
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Referenced in President's Day (2010) See more »

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Tries for instant cult status, with disappointing results ................
21 May 2012 | by merklekranzSee all my reviews

A lot about "Rock n Roll Frankenstein" is annoying, starting with the simple fact that if you only have a one joke movie, the joke better not be beaten to death, and must be developed beyond the original idea. Unfortunately neither of the above apply to "Rock n Roll Frankenstein". The acting is amateurish, and the Elvis looks and sounds nothing like even the worst Elvis impersonator. Endless drug references quickly become tiresome, the homosexuality angle becomes extremely redundant, and the word f--k outrageously overused as supposed dialog. Even if you are into weird films, this is one to avoid. Everything seems forced, and comes off as though they realized that beyond the one joke, this was going nowhere. - MERK


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 November 2015 (USA) See more »

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Budget:

$250,000 (estimated)
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R&R Productions See more »
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Stereo

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.66 : 1
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