The return of cult director Frank Henenlotter!
Bad Biology marks the first new film from Henenlotter in over 16 years, who wrote and directed the Basket Case trilogy, Frankenhooker and Brain Damage. He’s also been responsible for reissuing an enormous volume of vintage 60s and 70s horror and exploitation movies via the company Something Weird Video.
Driven by biological excess, Bad Biology is about a young woman (Charlee Danielson) and man’s (Anthony Sneed) search for their own perverse sexual fulfillment, unaware of each other’s existence. One day, due to an unfortunate quirk of destiny, they cross paths! The highly volatile physical and mental bonding of these two very unusual human beings (a polite term for ‘freaks’) spirals toward an explosive and ultimately over-the-top sexual experience for both them and viewers alike! When the smoke clears, the end result is a truly messy, god-awful love story that will long be remembered.
Celebrated underground rapper R.A. “The Rugged Man” Thorburn produced Bad Biology, which features eye-popping, bizarre special effects concocted by the always demented Gabe Bartalos and a killer soundtrack from Prince Paul and a horde of hip hop heavies. Shot on glorious old school 35mm celluloid, Bad Biology is already on the way to becoming a modern cult classic.
For our Los Angeles readers, Henenlotter will be making a rare appearance to sign copies of the Bad Biology DVD at Dark Delicacies in Burbank, CA on Saturday, February 7th. For more details, visit the Dark Del site right here.
And as an added bonus, below is a recent appearance from the filmmaker on the web-series “America’s Bad Kids”, which was shot at this past November’s New York City Horror Film Festival where Henenlotter was honored with a lifetime achievement award. Enjoy!
Source: Media Blasters, Fever Dreams