While the write-up accompanying this DVD made it sound intriguing - let me be the first reviewer to warn you that it is NOT! What we have here is a hastily shot (according to the 'making-of' documentary included on the disc - a total of 2 days shooting schedule) - home-made - direct to video piece of dimly photographed, shoddily edited, relatively incomprehensible - waste of time & money. One can see that the 'director' was aiming at some sort of low budget, quirky horror parody with delusions of artfulness but, personally, I just found it annoying in its' lack of cohesion, action, and inept execution. The plot involves a 'simple' lonely guy, living on his own w/ a rat named Frankenstein who watches a lot of old (public domain) horror movies - snippets of which are woven throughout the film - somehow he gets the idea of 'creating' a female companion for himself, ala Frankenstein, and suddenly, inexplicably, he's got some (dead?) girl in his room that he draws 'stitches' on her clothed body to represent scars. In, perhaps, the fliks only amusing sequence the female he created comes to life briefly (or is it all a halucination!?!) and berates him for his shoddy work in creating her and tells him she's just not into him - so he drags her off and puts her body in an old bathtub, covers it with dead leaves and, enigmatically, walks off into the distance. Roll credits. This 'movie' (and I use the term with some reluctance) is, at least, short (60 min) - has no gore, or skin, or production values to speak of. The 30 min 'making of' doc that is included on the disc is titled "An Exercise In Stupidity" and that pretty much sums up my feelings about both this effort, and myself for shelling out ANY money to purchase this hack excuse for a 'horror' film. Do yourself a favor and take a pass.