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  • Actors: Charlee Danielson, Anthony Sneed
  • Directors: Frank Henenlotter
  • Format: PAL, Colour, Anamorphic, Dolby, Digital Sound
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 18
  • Studio: Revolver Entertainment
  • DVD Release Date: 2 Mar. 2009
  • Run Time: 85 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001LJXMD6
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 27,780 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Acclaimed shlock-horror director Frank Henenlotter (the Basket Case trilogy, Frankenhooker, Brain Damage) makes a deliciously perverse and hugely welcome return to outrageously repulsive form with his first film in 16 years, BAD BIOLOGY, a bizarre and twisted story of a genitally-endowed young woman's search for sexual fulfilment. Jennifer (Charlee Danielson) is an insatiable nymphomaniac whose multi-pronged sexual organ has given her a constant craving for sexual stimulation. Just across town lies the solution to her frustration in the form of a young man called Batz (Anthony Sneed), whose own sexual shortcomings have led him to inject growth steroids directly into his penis. BAD BIOLOGY is a jaw-dropping horror-comedy guaranteed to shock even the most hardened horror fans who think they've seen it all. Bizarre, outrageous, offensive and riotously funny, it is almost certainly destined for cult classic status amongst fans of off-the-wall horror flicks.

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3.1 out of 5 stars

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By jaytei on 24 April 2014
Format: DVD
I just saw this movie on the mighty Horror Channel just yesterday! It was just a mad bizarre ride of sick humor, with some excellent acting! I was surprised at how good the acting is from some of the cast. I really hope they do more stuff. The sex scenes where so real, I think they we're actually doing it ! LoL Appeals to my sense of humor anyway, I can see why it might not be for everyone. Think Family Guy mixed in with some Frankie Boyle and some ace hiphop
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By T. A. J. Leahy on 19 May 2013
Format: DVD
oh dear bad biology was just awful.i was expecting a bit more from cult director frank henenlotter.i was hoping it would be gory/weird horror film like basket case and brain damaged not a sexual based film with hardly any blood.not much more to say except its not for me but there will be someone out there who will like this film.
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15 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Brady Orme VINE VOICE on 4 Dec. 2008
Format: DVD
The title of this review alludes to the fact that every Gore-Festooned movie Frank seems to make begins with a "B" - "Basket Case", "Brain Damage"... Okay, so "Frankenhooker" is the exception, but nobody's perfect. Far be it from me to belittle the return of the venerable Mr. Henenlotter - He's been mostly MIA since the early '90s, and horror film has become far poorer thanks to his absence. But! weep nay more ye mirtles green, he's back and striking a Body-Horror pose in your face once more. Perhaps his new renaissance can be put down to a new partnership with rapper R.A. The Rugged Man (R.A. Thorburn to his parents), but who cares. We have to relish this return.

The plotline of the film is perhaps a little too risque for the purposes of this review, but suffice to say, as the sub-title "A God Awful Love Story" attests two mis-matched individuals find themselves at the receiving end of something a little more, erm, "advanced" than the usual frottage. Led by a "thumping" (yowsa!) score by Prince Paul and a look that refuses to betray the low-budget origins such a movie usually has, you can do far worse than to help Henenlotter fund his pension. To Hell with the epidemic of anaemic "Slasher" re-makes out there which threaten to turn the Horror Genre into a sick parody of itself. Watch this instead and boost the resistance.
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10 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Matt Skidmore on 4 Mar. 2009
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
When a movie begins with the not so subtle opening credit of ''An R.A. The Rugged Man Thorburn production' you get the impression that you're not entering into the next great cinematic masterpiece. However, when that is followed by 'A Film by Frank Henenlotter' your hopes are raised considerably higher. However, from my recent viewing of Mr Henenlotter's latest endeavor, maybe I shouldn't have raised my hopes that high at all...

Henelotter has been away from directing movies for a very long time and for me at least, he's been sorely missed. His unique brand of bizarre ideas combined with an actual 'idea' behind them proved a very successful antidote to all those 80s slashers that he was so obviously trying to distance himself away from. Beginning with the great 'Basket Case 1 & 2' to my favourite anti-drugs movie 'Bran Damage' and finally with the near classic 'Frankenhooker', old Uncle Frank has entertained me time and time again with his off the wall humor and strange creature features. So, to see him 'come home' has been an exciting proposition to say the least...

Which brings us to 'Bad Biology'. The story has Jennifer, a young woman with a strange abnormal mutation (which we couldn't possibly discuss on a family website) which gives her a heightened lust for sexual gratification. Across town, a young man named Bax, who has his own sexual issues (again, which I won't spoil here) injects steroids into his . . . err . . . gentleman jim to satisfy his own particular frustrations. The first half of the movie splices scenes of these two sexual adventurers in their many encounters with hapless horny folk up until their long awaited meeting when . . . well, let's say sparks do indeed fly between the two.

This eventual meeting is possibly the problem with the movie.
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Saw this the other night on the horror channel , starts off with a unique never before done concept on the subject of sexual addiction but then tappers off in to a over the top attempt at crude humour that's gets tiresome and makes little sense during the last 40 mins or so of the movie, plus the acting is horrendous. definitely wouldn't buy it on dvd .
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8 of 11 people found the following review helpful By M. Hewitt on 3 Feb. 2009
Format: DVD
I loved Basket Case back in the day, and then I found out about Frank Henenlotter's other films - Frankenhooker, Brain Damage - demented cult genius films all of them!

And now, after 16 years, he's back with probably his most outlandish film yet - the great Bad Biology. I've now seen this film twice (at last year's London FrightFest and Dublin's Horrorthon festivals), and loved every second of it both times, and can't wait to get the DVD when it's released.

Starring two first-timers (the gorgeous Charlee Danielson and dapper Anthony Sneed), the film is pure comedy horror genius from the opening line. Packed with heaps of nudity and old style gore (the stop-motion male member is a hoot), they sure don't make enough films like this anymore, which makes Bad Biology even more special and unique.

If you have even the merest curiosity in great laugh-out-loud grindhouse cinema, this is your starting point. For fans of Frank Henenlotter, you don't need another recommendation - this is the film to show and amaze all your friends!
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