FLESH FOR FRANKENSTEIN 3-D

Showings

Chauncey -Theater 1 Wed, May 18 10:00 PM
Series Info
Series:Late Shift at the Grindhouse
Film Info
Rating:X
Runtime:95 minutes
Director:Paul Morrissey (Blood for Dracula)
Year Released:1973
Production Country:Italy
Language:English
Website:facebook.com/ICgrindhouse
Trailer:youtu.be/19mhGwaPoCA

Description

Wednesday gets weird when Late Shift hosts Ross Meyer, Joe Derderian and Aaron Holmgren dig up low-budget b-movies, horror and gore-fests, and camp classics for your viewing pleasure. Buy your ticket and take a ride in our Time Machine! Punch in and earn a bonus! $3 Pabst Blue Ribbon tallboys and $2 small popcorn! PLUS -- special custom trash trailer reel curated by Ross with cheap swag and prize giveaways!

Brings the horror off the screen… and into your lap.

Join us for week one of the Late Shift at the Grindhouse 8 Year Anniversary... in 3D! 

Free Late Shift at the Grindhouse Anniversary zines for the first 20 attendees. 

“Paul Morrissey’s comedy, gore, sex and horror classic is a disgustingly wonderful film to view again and again mostly because every ‘respectable’ film critic hates this movie.” - Ken Kish, Video Wasteland: Rental, Reference and Review Guide


“The most outrageous epic ever.” - Playboy


“Andy probably didn’t have to do anything more strenuous than sign a contract, but who cares. It’s a comedy-gore-sex-horror movie that delivers - and it’s in 3-D! Totally sick and disgustingly wonderful.” - Michael Weldon, The Psychotronic Encyclopedia of Film


"This is not a film in which humour is delivered in the wry, ironic manner of the commedia all'Italiana. Instead it takes its cues from Monty Python and it's packed full of grotesque performances, rubbery special effects and insane dialogue." - Matt Blake, Science Fiction Italian Style


Flesh for Frankenstein contains one of the most memorable (and frequently misquoted) lines in modern horror - ‘To know death, Otto, you have to fuck life in the gall bladder’ - ranted Udo Kier in a, shall we say, bravura performance.” - Anne Billson, Shock: The Essential Guide to Exploitation Cinema


"You can't make movies like these anymore." - 42nd Street Pete Chiarella, Grindhouse Purgatory

FLESH FOR FRANKENSTEIN 3-D (1973)

a.k.a. ANDY WARHOL’S FRANKENSTEIN

After the success of the internationally celebrated Andy Warhol trilogy, Flesh, Trash and Heat, director Paul Morrissey turned his attention to the dark and disturbing tales of Gothic literature’s best-loved characters, Frankenstein and Dracula.

In Flesh for Frankenstein 3-D, graphic sequences of bodily dismemberment and bloody violence combine with beautiful locations, sumptuous sets and an array of attractive leads to bring Morrissey’s gruesomely comic interpretations a unique and twisted sense of style and humour that is guaranteed to shock and delight in equal measure.

Restoration courtesy of Vinegar Syndrome and the American Genre Film Archive.