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THE FREAKMAKER (aka The Mutations) stars Donald Pleasence (Cul-De-Sac, Fantastic Voyage) as Professor Nolter, a college science professor who believes it is man's destiny to survive an uncertain future by evolving into a hybrid plant/human mutation. To test his theories, Nolter supervises the abduction of young co-eds and fuses them with mutant plants he has developed in his laboratory, placing his rejects in a neighboring freak show (which stars such real-life oddities as the Alligator Lady, the Frog Boy, the Human Pretzel, the Monkey Woman, the Human Pincushion and the unforgettable "Popeye".
Not available on video since the 1980s, this classic also features such cult favorites as Academy Award nominee Tom Baker (Nicholas and Alexandra), Julie Ege (Legend of the 7 Golden Vampires), Jill Haworth (Tower of Evil), Brad Harris (Samson), and the extraordinary Michael Dunn (Ship of Fools, The Wild Wild West's "Dr. Loveless") in one of his final film roles. As with all Subversive releases, THE FREAKMAKER has been painstakingly restored and supplemented with numerous extras for its DVD premier.
"With its cast of 'human oddities', bizarre makeup effects and avant-garde music score, THE FREAKMAKER is a hothouse of horror that will grow on you!" Tim Lucas, VIDEO WATCHDOG magazine
surprising me a good suspenseful movie. I love the special effects in the 70's.Published 5 months ago by matthew millhouse
The nice thing about some of these old horror flicks is they feature quality actors and at least were created by professionals, even if they seem corny, have no CG for special... Read morePublished 5 months ago by James Townsend
You either like Freakmaker or you don't.This is a video whose quality and extras will please the fans of the movie(and Donald Pleasence). Read morePublished 9 months ago by brian mark levister
This is a silly slow cheap English movie. Will not recommend buying. I did like seeing real people hired as actorsPublished 10 months ago by Deb Smith
Typical seventies B-movie horror fest. This one features a mad scientist attempting to "improve" the species by crossing gene patterns. Wait! Is this art imitating life?Published 14 months ago by Gerard S. Lannigan
nice little 50,s type horror movie. good acters in Donald Pleasance, and Tom Baker, nice touch having the freak show cast played by a real freak show cast.Published 16 months ago by john a tierney
fake fake fake man can I say more. How my parents or their kids or my parents ever watched this and thought it cool were really on some hard drugs. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Michael L Hoff
Although it had hints of the classic movie "Freaks", it was a more modern take and I never saw it before. Sure it was a little corny at times, but still creepy in it's own right. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Donna R
The movie is okay as long as it remains within the boundaries of being an homage to Tod Brownings "Freaks. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Harry O