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Home Made Monster

USA 2008
produced by
ScUMBAG Movies
directed by Brandon Gadow, Leia Gadow
starring Leia Gadow, Brandon Gadow, Rick Reger, Jesse Yepez, Blair Whitcomb, Chuck Green, Amy Green, Earl Winston, Hamit Kilic, Lisa Merullo-Boaz, Dilan Cheavacci
written by Brandon Gadow, Leia Gadow, music by The Jim Rowdy Show, Bobby Dickson, Paul Rey

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Leia (Leia Gadow) and her boyfriend Brandon (Brandon Gadow) have their umpteenth row, a row that prompts her to drug his beer. Unfortunately she overdoes the drugging a bit and kills Brandon.

Later at a bar, Leia is hit on by quite a few guys, all of whom have certain qualities, and that gives her an idea - why not collect all these men for their best traits, kill them and build the perfect man based on Brandon's body out of them. So Leia kills the barman for his strong heart, a professor for his brains, and a half-witted womanizer for his big dick (on which Leia then has a test ride).

However, stitching your perfect man together from body parts is one thing, bringing him to life is quite another, and after neither the good old hair dryer in the bathtub nor the car battery give her home made monster the expected jolt of life, Leia, like every good mad scientist, harnasses the power of lightning - and it works beautifully ...


As you have probably guessed from my synopsis, this is a sexually revised reimagining of the Frankenstein-myth - and it's also great fun: Especially Leia Gadow camps up her role to the hilt, enjoyably hamming it up while wearing totally inappopriate (yet very sexy and provocative) lingerie, and she is supported by a script that doesn't take itself seriously at all - without going for the obviously moronic. Oh, and did I tell you this film was a musical? Well, it is, with the characters (mostly Leia) breaking into song-and-dance routines in the most unfitting moments - and the music's pretty good, actually.

To put it simply, a hilarious movie!


The movie, and others by ScUMBAG Movies, can be found at


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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