Anyone who really knows me is painfully aware of my unhealthy fascination with the films of Frank Henenlotter, the director behind such cult films as “Basket Case,” “Frankenhooker,” and my personal favorite, “Brain Damage.” His first film is ages, the 2008 psycho-sexual thriller “Bad Biology,” is, perhaps, his most perverted entry to-date. According to Fangoria, Media Blasters is handling the Stateside distribution of the demented filmmaker’s latest endeavor. Having already seen the film twice, I can say with certainty that 16 years away from the camera has not diluted his vision whatsoever. And while it’s not as enjoyable as his “Basket Case” franchise or “Brain Damage,” it’s certainly worth a look for those who enjoy sick, off-beat horror.
Here’s a quick synopsis for the uninformed:
Driven by biological excess, a young man and woman search for sexual fulfillment, unaware of each other’s existence. Unfortunately, they eventually meet, and the bonding of these two very unusual human beings ends in an explosive and ultimately over-the-top sexual experience, resulting in a truly god awful love story…. With bizarre special effects by Gabe Bartalos, a hip-hop soundtrack from Prince Paul, and shot in glorious 35mm, Bad Biology is guaranteed to shock even the most desensitized of audiences, and sure to become a modern cult classic.
If you’re insanely curious about the movie, check out the trailer below. Be warned, however, that it is most certainly NOT SAFE FOR WORK. Not even a little. Media Blasters is set to release “Bad Biology” on January 26th, 2010.