I’ve always had time for writer-director Frank Henenlotter. Anyone who mentions ‘Jess Franco’s House of Pain’ in the end title acknowledgements to one of his films (in that case Brain Damage) is all right by me. His most recent cinematic offering, Bad Biology (2008) was a glorious riot of sexual and genitalia-orientated bad taste that made us all realise what a perverse talent we had been missing all these years. It’s hard to believe that until that film’s release, Frank’s last motion picture offering was Basket Case 3 (of which more in just a little while) made way back in 1992.
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