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Hung Wankerstein

Released: Sep 01st, 2001
Running Time: 112
Director: Jim Enright
Company: Sin City Ultra
Cast: Isabella Camille, Shanna McCullough, Evan Stone, Jason McCain, Felicia Fox, Randy Spears, Anthony Crane, Kylie Ireland, Ava Vincent, Ron Jeremy
Critical Rating: AA 1/2
Genre: Feature

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A cobweb catcher despite the slick (and inaccurate) box.

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Critical Rating: AA 1/2

Lavish and stupid opus with a team of good-sport pros fighting a losing battle with an inane script. In this story, a broke doctor is declared heir to the Frankenstein estate and zooms to gloomy Europe to claim his inheritance. Stumbling through papier-mâché rooms, our performers try to breathe life into such lines as, "What are you doing?" "Obligatory lesbian scene! Hee hee!" The doctor finds his ancestor's unfinished creation and adds a noble-sized cock to complete the humanoid, played by Evan Stone. The monster is flesh-colored, not hulkishly green as depicted on the box. Ava Vincent gamely tries to be a sexy comedienne, but she has no material to work with. Although it tries to be a cross between Rocky Horror Picture Show and Young Frankenstein, this self-conscious material was old 30 years ago. Neither letterbox format nor sex scenes can make this burlesque better than the hackneyed tripe that it is.


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Ava Vincent
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