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Lust for Frankenstein

USA/Spain 1998
produced by
Jess Franco, Kevin Collins, Peter Evanko, Hugh Gallagher, Karen Wong for one shot Productions, Draculina Cine
directed by Jess Franco
starring Michelle Bauer, Lina Romay, Analía Ivars, Amber Newman, Carlos Subterfuge, Robert King, Alex Cox (II), Peter Temboury, Rachel Sheppard, Bill Meelater
written by Jess Franco, dialogue by Kevin Collins, music by Jess Franco, Mikel Sagues, special effects by Joaquin Phre, digital effects by Centro de Tecnologica de la Imagen - University of Malaga

Frankenstein, Jess Franco's Frankenstein

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Poor Moira Frankenstein (Lina Romay) is suffering from the (sexual) abuse of her stepmother Abigail (Analía Ivars) and her lover Carlitos (Pedro Temboury) - so much so that the spirit of her father, the legendary Doctor Frankenstein (Carlos Subterfuge), visits her one night and tells her to revive his creation, the hermaphroditic Goddess (Michelle Bauer) - and Goddess, who's naked most of the time, doesn't only prove to be a great lover, she also helps Moira dispose of her stepmother plus boyfriend, and Moira's own unloved husband (Robert King). But Goddess needs constant blood transfusions to keep on going, so Moira has to repeatedly lure donors (including extremely hot stripper Amber Newman) to her mansion to kill them. Moira does this out of love, but eventually, dreams plague her that Goddess will hook up with someone else (Rachel Sheppard) and prepare to kill her.

 

A weird film: The plot is almost unintelligible, extended sex scenes seem to constantly be competing with digitally altered images for the viewers attention, while carelessly thrown in pulp clichés and oddly kinky outfits (above all Michelle Bauer's gold platform shoes and small detachable penis) suggest the film's trash heritage - and all of this is done on an extremely low budget.

This might now sound better than the film actually is, because in fact it is one of Franco's lesser films, with especially Lina Romay being miscast in her role (that would have required a much frailer woman half her age to work) and the narrative incoherence at times stretched beyond the acceptable - but in its own way, Lust for Frankenstein is at least interesting to watch and sometimes even funny, and Amber Newman, in her all too short scenes, looks the hottest in this one.

 

review © by Mike Haberfelner

 

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