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Frankenstein (A Film By Creep Creepersin)

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Product Details

  • Actors: James Porter, Creep Creepersin, Nikki Wall, Nicole Nemeth, Kelly Kingsbury
  • Directors: Creep Creepersin
  • Format: NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada This DVD will probably NOT be viewable in other countries. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Mvd Visual
  • Release Date: March 22 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars 2 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #123,763 in DVD (See Top 100 in DVD)
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Victor is socially awkward. He spends all of his time watching old movies on TV with his best friend, his rat that he named Frankenstein. Victor becomes so detached that he can't tell real life from the old movies that he watches. He begins to receive transmissions from the TV and then is haunted by his dead mother before he realizes that if he can't make friends, he would just "make" one. Things are great until even his own creation thinks that he is a poor excuse for a man.

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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.
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By The Movie Guy HALL OF FAMETOP 10 REVIEWER on Jan. 29 2015
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Having seen Mr. Creepersin's other productions I expectED a poorly written, ill conceived, badly acted short ego fest. I was not wrong. "Frankenstein" is the name of the rodent who appears on the cover. Unfortunately Frankenstein was teamed with a bunch of substandard actors which never brought out his real acting skill having a limited role and no lines.

The story centers around Victor (James Porter) a dimwitted schizophrenic who likes old black and white horror films which supply us a lot of filler in this 55 minute production. But don't be dismayed by the shortness of the movie, it will seem like it is a lot longer as you wait for it to end.

Inspired by a Frankenstein film, Victor decides to create himself a female companion, sort of, and chooses a pudgy smoker (Kelly Kingsbury) he can undress and draw stitches on her. He also has mother issues and hears voices.

The genius of the film is that fake voices sound real to Victor (and us) while real voices are done backwards to show his altered reality. The cameras inside are stable and are don't move very much (note the tooth brushing scene shot from the top of the stairs). This shows the stability of Victor when he is in his comfort zone. When he looks at a campfire filled with people, the camera angle moves around to illustrate Victor is out of his element.

Yes, and like the film Bride of Frankenstein, Victor's creation is a spoof of her rejection of her chosen mate. Kudos Creep, now bring it home and make it entertaining.

The film might have some cult appeal. Filmed in 1 1/2 days in Eugene, Oregon.

Parental Guide: F-bomb. No sex or nudity.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa42b5750) out of 5 stars Utter garbage. March 16 2014
By Louis J. Brown - Published on Amazon.com
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The cover photo and title is very misleading. There is nothing remotely sexy or scary about this film. It's just a couple of very ugly people running around with a handheld camera and acting like morons. Fourth graders taking a cell phone video would do a better job.
3 of 4 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa42b5c18) out of 5 stars Worst Frankie movie ever Aug. 29 2012
By Rick Brenner - Published on Amazon.com
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At first I was upset a bit that I saw it was only 50 minutes long. Then as I started watching it I thought that this movie is way too long!

There was about 10 minutes that I thought was funny and worth watching -- the scene of him talking to his fantasy girl with the drawn on stitches. Her silent movie type dialogue was pretty funny. Otherwise I agree with the "this movie blows" review.

The joejoedancer review who gave it 5 stars - must be smoking crack and/or thinks they are cool by liking such an "avant-garde" film, which it is not.

Creepersin - get a life!
4 of 7 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa42b5bdc) out of 5 stars this movie blows March 22 2012
By onehotwvmom - Published on Amazon.com
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0 of 3 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa42b5ed0) out of 5 stars Not for everyone ... but a nifty little romp for art film lovers June 25 2013
By Thomas Smith - Published on Amazon.com
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Okay ... I will be honest with you ... I expected this to suck.

But, I was pleasantly surprised by the craft and ingenuity the filmmaker(s)used in this "filmlett". Now don't expect anything like a real movie here. This is what we used to call an experimental film. Parts of it reminded me of the bizarre world David Lynch created in ERASERHEAD. I don't want to give any of it away, but the craft is in the melding of cool public domain films, sound tricks, and an inspired use of silent film technique. There is also a cool combination of jump cuts and long static scenes that make for a very effective feeling of dread.

Now, having said all this, I don't want to give the casual viewer the wrong idea. If you're looking for a scary movie to watch with some friends, this isn't it. But if you're interested in what can be done on a very limited budget these days I can recommend it wholeheartedly.

Long Live Creeperson.

(BTW, I want to assure you that I was not involved in the production of this film, nor do I know anyone associated with it.)

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