Incest, necrophilia, and Joe Dallesandro? It must be Andy Warhol. Warhol did indeed co-produce this 1973 schlock spectacular Â— originally presented in 3D Â— that was directed by Factory fave Paul Morrissey. Starring Udo Kier in the role of "Ze Baron," Flesh for Frankenstein is a horror story for a new 'n' lewd generation. This time around, the mad scientist has created the nymphomaniacally-inclined Adam and Eve, whose mission it is to spawn a new race. Along for the ride Â—somewhat literally Â— is a lusty stable boy (Dallesandro) who main duty it is to entertain the Baron's equally lusty wife/sister. Sex, gore, unconvincing bat attacks, and the highest camp this side of the Appalachian Trail combine for a dizzyingly outrageous midnight movie. Flesh for Frankenstein got a second chance at life when it was screened at the 2002 Philadelphia Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival.
This is the trailer for the film's release as Andy Warhol's Frankenstein.
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Quote O' Matic
Bill Cosby:"Hello, I am standing on the most famous street in America, Maybe in the whole wide world. It's Sesame Street. Sesame Street has a Fix-Up Shop, a Hooper's Store, a Carriage House, Kermit the Frog... KERMIT THE FROG!"
Kermit the Frog:"Hey, Bill Cosby."
Bill Cosby:"What are you doing here?"
Kermit the Frog:"Well, I am not here at all. I am on my way downtown to do my frog on the street interview. Asking the question of the day."
Bill Cosby:"Hey, do you have a question for me?"
Kermit the Frog:"It is not going to work. Like, Can you tell me how to get to Sesame Street?"
Bill Cosby:"Yeah, that is dumb question."
Kermit the Frog:"Yeah, I told you it is not going to work."