Tags : Frank Henenlotter

Arrow Video release bad taste classic BRAIN DAMAGE

Brain Damage is one of Frank Henenlotter’s zaniest, most bad taste films – and that’s saying something! Sitting between Basket Case and Frankenhooker in Henenlotter’s ouvre, Brain Damage really is the ultimate head trip, with talking, brain-hungry parasites, mind-bending special effects and more bad taste gags than you can shake a stick at. And this […]Read More

Brain Damage (1988) Review

Written and directed by Frank Henenlotter the crazed mind behind such cult classics as Frankenhooker and the Basket Case trilogy Brain Damage which came out in 1988 six years after the first Basket Case film on paper appears to be a bad taste gore filled horror as unwitting youth Brian (Rick Hearst) becomes the host […]Read More

Basket Case (1982) Review

Low on budget but high on humour, invention and horror, Basket Case is a pure cult movie. This is largely thanks to its insane plot line, grotesquely iconic monster and the talent that is writer and director Frank Henenlotter, who refused to let the miniscule amount of money he had stop him making the movie […]Read More

Frankenhooker (1990) Review

Mary Shelley’s masterpiece Frankenstein has received as many movie reconstructions as the mad doctor’s monster had stitches – some proving successful and others abominably abortive.Read More