Frankenstein Created Bikers

2016

Action / Crime / Horror / Sci-Fi / Thriller

84
IMDb Rating 6.3 10 636

Synopsis


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Director

Cast

Tristan Risk as Madame Pong
720p.BLU 1080p.BLU
1.12 GB
1280*720
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
125 min
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2.07 GB
1920×1080
English 2.0
NR
23.976 fps
125 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by kannibalcorpsegrinder 7 / 10 / 10

Enjoyable if overlong grindhouse homage

Capturing a wild creature at a lake-side ambush, a group of bikers take it back to a mad doctor for his experiments on body transplantation after bringing the biker gang back as zombie-like slaves, but when a female biker sets out for revenge against them with her own gang leading to a massive confrontation. Overall, this one proved to be an exceptionally enjoyable exploitation throwback. That this one immediately dives into the over-the-top and the sleazy atmosphere that's going to be present throughout the rest of the film offers a great idea of what's to come. The rampaging creature tearing through the group camping and screwing at the lake where it rips them to pieces before getting captured by the biker gang offers up some fun here with the gratuitous nudity and splatter-style gore as it kills them all. The continuous inclusion of all sorts of various grindhouse and exploitation elements including biker gangs, a one-eyed assassin out for revenge and a mad doctor experimenting with ways to bring the dead back to life so his daughter can have a new body to put her detached head back on manage to generate the kind of dirty, grimy setup that becomes quite immersive and enjoyable with the extended running time bringing plenty to like here. Due to this atmosphere, there's plenty to like here with the stellar amount of over-the-top action. From a blazing gunfight through the woods with the biker gang realizing the zombie-like state of the assistant's gang of bikers who just take the gunfire and retaliate with their series of gun-battles, the various comedic interactions with the investigating police officers at the scene or the various wacked out confrontations with bizarre characters of the community that includes chainsaw-wielding priests, deformed test subjects or weapon-wearing assassins that continually come into the storyline, this offers up plenty of high-energy, gore-filled action. The seemingly random and chaotic mess of a story means that things are constantly happening which gives this plenty to like as there's all kinds of blood and over-the-top setups here which make this one enjoyable and hold it up for the most part. This one does have a few issues. The main problem is the fact that there are so many storylines at play here that this one is far longer than it needs to be, as the in-depth nature of everything could be dropped or trimmed without losing anything. The scenes at the strip club where they go through several acts while discussing business in the background, the discussions at the scientists' lab where they go on longer than they should or the pointless conversation at the gangsters' hideout that doesn't go anywhere. It's all a part of the film's grandiose, epic scale that tends to feature bonkers material only because it can without any kind of direction here due to all the random ingredients it throws in here. Some might be put off by the over-the-top content on display but that's expected considering the concept and isn't considered a truly detrimental issue like the pacing is which holds it back the most, if that is to be considered a flaw in and of itself. Rated Unrated/NC-17: Continuous Nudity, Extreme Graphic Violence, Extreme Graphic Language, depraved sexual scenes and heavy drug use.

Reviewed by MovieFreak741 5 / 10 / 10

John Waters meets the Grindhouse on 35mm Film

Wow! I caught an advanced screening in Little Rock, Arkansas at a Comic Expo and it blew my mind. This is a nasty epic for sure. The film won an award for best screenplay that night and it was well deserved. The dialog is like a Russ Meyer film. It comes at you fast and full of innuendo. Every line, they are memorable, is laced with satire and venom. This movie is 100% jaw dropping fun. If you want to see a totally unique take on old school exploitation in the form of a dead biker creature feature film with great sound and a rocking score, this is awesome! Really impressive editing, writing, performances and tons of gory practical effects. No fake scratches and the 35mm cinematography was beautiful. One reviewer said there was rape and the female characters were there just to be naked. I highly disagree. There is no rape at all and the ladies in the film are strong, free-willed and tough as nails. They take care of business. Especially the fantastic actresses Tristan Risk. The guy from the human centipede movies is wonderful too. I highly recommend you find this film.

Reviewed by troma_freek 5 / 10 / 10

Disappointing

I liked James Bickert's absurd Dear God No, it was an original and highly effective homage to seventies exploitation cinema. I expected more of the same and therefore had high hopes for Frankenstein Created Bikers. Sadly the magic of Dead God No is nowhere to be found. The film starts on a strong note with a group of teenagers going to a lake only to end up being murdered by Bigfoot. Soon after Biker gang the Impalers show up and capture Bigfoot and bring him to a mad scientist. It's all downhill from here on and I was honestly glad when it was finally over. This would have made a great grindhouse faux trailer, but does not hold up over it's 125 minutes over-bloated running time. There's some great moments (but they are few and far between) and plenty of gore and nudity. Praise also has to go Tristan Risk (American Mary), who steals the show in every scene. Ellie Church is also always great to watch. I love that they shot the film on 35mm. The biggest problem with Frankenstein Created Bikers are really the disjointed, incoherent script and the awful dialogues. The editing is also at fault with no real continuity.

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