Flesh for Frankenstein
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- Newly remastered, high-definition transfer
- Commentary by Paul Morrissey, Udo Kier, and film historian Maurice Yacowar
- Audio recollections from Paul Morrissey
- Screen tests and still gallery
Top Customer Reviews
"Flesh for Frankenstein" is a wonderful retelling of Mary Shelley's classic 1818 novel. The good Baron Frankenstein and his sister, in this instance also his wife, bring up the kiddies in a nice, creepy castle somewhere in Europe. The hardworking Baron spends most of his time mucking around in his laboratory attempting to create a human being from scratch. Often toiling alone or with his creepy assistant Otto in tow, Frankenstein is on the verge of success when he finally puts the finishing touches on his female creature. The Baron has quite an affection for his experiment, as seen in a few extremely tasteless scenes, but he realizes he has a problem.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
My boyfriend took me to see this movie in 1974, in 3D, in Hollywood, when I was 19. I had never seen a 3D movie before, let alone something that I would characterize as sick,... Read morePublished 3 months ago by lifelearner
Keeping in mind when it was made, a magnificent version of the Frankenstein story.Published 6 months ago by Brian Cox
The best Frankenstein film made. Very gorry and grafic sexual content. The price of this dvd is outrageous, but if you want it is a great selection to your horror film collection.Published 7 months ago by doug colton
I saw this in the 80's for the first time and it was so censored that I couldn't make heads or tails out of it! I figured the movie just sucked! Read morePublished 8 months ago by Jane
I don't know what I was expecting.
Actually I do, it was a better movie. Neat set design though, still fun to watch with friends.
Wonderful location shooting in Serbia by Luigi Kurveiller. Udo Kier and Joe Dallesadro are doing their things respectively. Intense accents and acting from the rest of the cast. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Michael E. Dixon