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  • Language: English
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B00006BS81
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 332,133 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mr. R. Domar on 12 Aug. 2011
Format: DVD
Plot. Frankie Stein is a brilliant scientist and agrees to help his uncle who is a greedy music agent. Frankie has a serum that re-animates dead tissue. Using the body parts of some dead rockers he creates a superstar musician except it's not perfect because he turns out to have mental problems because one piece of anatomy had belonged to a gay performer. This causes a bit of a "headache" for him.
There are a lot of laughs, weird and funny deaths, many amusing scenes and this new take on the legend is original even if the result will not be appreciated by everyone. Especially those who get offended easily by scenes of a sexual nature that may not be quite normal. There's also some sick stuff to contend with along with a bit of blood and gore. I enjoyed it. I believe there is a rated version of this that's to be avoided. You want the unrated release.
Extras include a com, behind the scenes, music vid and trailers. USA Release but plays Region zero.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Rock n' Roll Frankie rocks! 15 July 2003
By A Customer - Published on
Format: DVD
A sensitive and heartfelt story of a monster and his uncooperative genitalia. A washed-up music agent needs a new star and his nebbishy nephew, Frankie Stein, has developed a rejuvenation process which can reanimate lifeless body parts. Together they scheme to create a superstar by assembling the remains of rock 'n' roll's dead elite. A burnt-out roadie with a knack for grave robbing, Iggy, is enlisted to acquire the legendary body parts. The plan proceeds smoothly until Iggy screws up big time - instead of pilfering Jim Morrison's genitalia he swipes Liberace's. After the "monster" is brought to life problems soon arise. Equipped with the head of Elvis and the love tool of Lee, a schizo relationship develops between the monster and his privates. And sure enough, people have to die!
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Hillarious!! 25 Mar. 2004
By Johny Bottom - Published on
Format: DVD
Every musician has dreamed of their dream band, but this movie takes it one step further, a fat, cigar smoking record exec wants the next great entertainer. So what to do? Dig up parts of dead musicians and put them together! With Jimi Hendrix's hands and Jim Morrison's penis how can you go wrong? Easily, accidently use Liberace's penis for your creation!
The funniest part is when 'Elvis' is having sex with a groupie. He actually puts a gay porn magazine on her back while doing her. This is the kind of humor we see here folks. I won't even get into the 'Death by hanging yourself with your own penis' climax.
PS -- Oh yeah how could I forget? The penis talks!!!!
6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
Unnatural Urges 14 Oct. 2002
By jay downs - Published on
Format: DVD
This is the most hilarious movie I have seen in years.A record producer tries to build the perfect rock star by assembling the body parts of Elvis Presley,Buddy Holly,Jimi Hendrix and others.The plan goes awry when the pothead graverobbing roadies steal the wrong penis and the monster is equipped with Liberaces member instead of Jim Morrisons.The rock and roll Frankenstein tries to fight his homosexual urges which eventually lead to murder.This movie is full of extremely crude jokes and I would not recommend it to anyone who doesnt have a warped sense of humor.An instant classic.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
twisted fun; NOT for the politically correct 7 Oct. 2002
By A Customer - Published on
Format: DVD
Enjoyment of this movie requires a twisted sense of humor and a suspension of all morals. Greedy record exec Bernie Stein appears to be washed up in the music biz, until he commissions his necrophiliac doctor nephew, Frankie, to create a rock uber-star, composed of the best parts (literally) of legendary rockers like Elvis, Hendrix, and Buddy Holly. But when Frankie's burnt-out assistant, roadie Iggy, accidentally substitutes Liberace's... um, plumbing... for Jim Morrison's, mayhem ensues. Frankie's monster turns out to be a super rocker indeed, but like all great rock stars, he's plagued by fame, image, and his secret desires.
This is a campy, gory film. Stoner dude Iggy (played by Hiram Jacob Segarra) steals the show as a mellow, good-natured accomplice, and the original songs, including "I'm a Monster" and "Unnatural Urges" will run through your head for days.
Be warned-the special effects are bloody and rather realistic, and there is at least one scene in the film that most will feel goes too far, involving the murder of a priest with the most disturbing of all possible murder weapons.
For sci-fi fans and horror fans, this flick is a great pick. If you aren't up for the gore factor, try the R-rated DVD rather than this, the unrated director's cut.
5 of 7 people found the following review helpful
R&R Frankie wierdly satisfying 22 Feb. 2004
By A Customer - Published on
Format: DVD
Rock and Roll Frankenstein is not for the easily offended. That has to be said right from the start. But for the rest of us it offers a hardcore chance to laugh at those we know are easilly offended. This movie takes "over the top" over the top and it does it with panache. If you're as sick of pretend A-movie wanabe
shock value flicks as I am - you'll love this honest to goodness
B-movie slugfest. R&RF takes aim at all the sacred cows of our times and delivers the laughs while doing it. Why isn't this the ROCKY HORROR of the new millennium?! See for yourself.
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