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David F. Friedman,
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A medical school dropout loses his fiancée in a tragic lawnmower incident, and decides to bring her back. Unfortunately, he was only able to save her head, so he goes to the red light district in the city and lures prostitutes into a hotel room so he can get parts for his girlfriend.Written by
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The Swedish passerby wearing the Batman shirt in Times Square is played by Avind Harum, who had previously worked with director Frank Henenlotter. The dialogue was unscripted and written by Henenlotter and James Lorinz just before filming. Harum's reply roughly translates as "Yes, four of them, and I want two for myself!" to which Jeffrey replies, "What are you talking about? What are you, some kind of a Swede? You're talking to me in Swedish in Times Square!" (Harum is actually Norwegian). Henenlotter has said the line seemed a lot funnier before Times Square was cleaned up and turned into a tourist attraction. See more »
Incorrectly regarded as goof: As 'Frankenhooker' is an homage to writer Mary Shelley, the 'Frankenstein' films and the low budget gore movies of the 1960s and 1970s, the FX, make-up and prosthetics are deliberately clumsy. See more »
[Jeffrey examines his creation of a human eyeball on the inside of a human brain]
Just watch my hand. Watch it. Watch my hand now. Nice and slow, back and forth. Watch the hand.
[Jeffrey begins snapping]
Come on. Do something, wake up. Let's go! Let's see that peeper.
[Jeffrey pauses before pulling out a scalpel]
Be very careful here. I'm gonna give it a lobotomy.
[the brain and eye begins to move rapidly]
Jesus - That's it, that's it. That's right. Now follow my hand. Look at the hand...
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No animals or people were killed or injured in the making of this movie. See more »
Another Twisted Classic From the Mind Of Frank Hennenlotter!!!
Hennenlotter does it again with FRANKENHOOKER. How can one man come up with such geniously ridiculous stuff??? Anyone who has seen the glory that is BASKET CASE or BRAIN DAMAGE knows exactly where I'm coming from. Although I like FRANKENHOOKER the least of the three films, that is by no means putting this film down. It is yet another true classic.
FRANKENHOOKER is about a guy who's wife is killed in a freak lawnmowing incident. Distraught at his wife's early departure, our hero decides to take matters into his own hands and bring his wife back from the dead a la BRIDE OF RE-ANIMATOR. In search of "spare parts" for his project, he "taps" the most obvious source - New Jersey hookers!!! FRANKENHOOKER is ridiculous fun all the way through. Not really gory, but lots of fun stuff like supercrack-smoking-exploding-hookers (!!!) If you like good-humored sleaze, this one is right up your alley. Definitely recommended - 8/10
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