Frankenstein's Baby

Paul quarrels with his girlfriend Jane about when to start a family and Dr Eva Frankenstein comes to his aid by helping him to become the world's first pregnant man!


Starring Nigel Planer, Kate Buffery, Yvonne Bryceland, William Armstrong, Sian Thomas, and Gillian Raine.




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After his attractive fiancée is cut into pieces in a freak accident involving a lawnmower, aspiring mad scientist Jeffrey Franken is determined to put her back together again. He sets about reassembling his girlfriend using parts from a variety of New York prostitutes. However, his bizarre plan goes awry when his reanimated girlfriend no longer wants just him, but for money will take on anybody, and afterwards try to kill them.


Starring James Lorinz, Patty Mullen, Shirley Stoler, Louisa Lasser, Charlotte Helmkamp, and Lia Chang.



The Bride

After years of research, the doctor finally succeeds in creating the perfect woman, who gets the name "Eva".


Starring Sting, Jennifer Beals, Geraldine Page, Clancy Brown, Anthony Higgins, and David Rappaport.



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Frankenstein 90

Yet another incarnation of Mary Shelley's 1818 Frankenstein, this uneven spoof by Alain Jessua casts Victor Frankenstein as a cybernetics wizard who constructs his monster with a notable lack of aesthetic sense but invests him with great microprocessors, and the newly-minted ogre finds life rather lonely until he sees Frankenstein's lover and is smitten.


A scientist who is obsessed with creating life finally does it, with tragic results.
Starring Robert Powell, Carrie Fisher, David Warner, John Gielgud, Terence Alexander, and Susan Wooldridge.
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Young Frankenstein

This movie of 1974, one of the most successful parodies of the horror film genre, was co-written by director Mel Brooks and star Gene Wilder, who plays a brain surgeon and descendant of Victor Frankenstein, Frederick Frankenstein (pronounced Frahnkensteen).


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