Sure, it’s been banned by the Independent Feature Film Market and generally dismissed by a host of the nation’s “underground” film festivals, but we here at Film Threat have dubbed “Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein” a lesson in “badass underground filmmaking at its best,” and Fangoria complies by stating that “Frankie” is “a cult item for movie-goers in search of politically incorrect, mind-warping laughs.”
Now you can decide for yourself, as “Frankie” screens once again in San Jose on [ October 27th and 28th ] at the Camera One Cinema downtown. The film’s director will also be on-hand to answer burning questions, and drink some beer. For more on “Frankie,” see the [ the official film site. ] And for theatre information, go to [ the Camera One Cinema page. ]

Posted on October 20, 2000 in News by

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