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"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."
R&R Frankie wierdly satisfying
jay downs | 02/22/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"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."
Johny Bottom | Jacksonville, NC | 03/25/2004
(4 out of 5 stars)
"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!!!!"
Rock n' Roll Frankie rocks!
Brian Ohara | New York, NY United States | 07/16/2003
(5 out of 5 stars)
"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!"
Raunchy, crude, and hilarious
Pugmom | Pittsburgh, PA USA | 04/19/2008
(4 out of 5 stars)
"Warning: this movie is not for the sensitive or genteel viewer. It is filled with lewd and offensive humor, crude sexual imagery and references, a fixation on male genitilia and gay sex, overuse of the f-word, plus some gore and violence thrown in for good measure. In short, it's awesome.
How many twists to the original Frankenstein's monster story have we seen? No matter how many Frankenstein movies you've seen, I bet you've never seen any quite like this one. The plot is simple: a down-on-his-luck music agent (a great performance by Barry Feterman) gets his mad-scientist nephew, Frankie Stein (get it?) to create the ultimate rock god- using the body parts of dead musicians such as Jimi Hendrix and Elvis. Of course, things don't go as planned, and the monster winds up with a- certain body part- from Liberace. The monster is eventually groomed into performing (Graig Guggenheim does a great job as the monster) but seems to have some "unnatural urges", as he calls them. As his creators discover the cause of these urges and decide what to do about it, in true manmade monster style, he starts to kill people. He then suffers an existential crisis about who he is and what he's done, and decides to put an end to himself. The last scene, in which this occurs, is one of the funniest things I have ever seen in a movie.
The DVD features a director's commentary that's as amusing as the film, plus some trailers. The acting is great, the script and dialogue are hilarious, and the end result is a highly entertaining movie that's more comedy than horror, with a little bit of porn. If you like raunchy B movies, you can't miss this one."