Sunday, 3 April 2016



Don’t believe the hype. E v Lee is the real deal battle of the superheroes. That’s right, Elvis versus Liberace. But the twisteroo is… they’re stuck in the same body! Who will win? And what happens to the loser?

1999 horror/comedy Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein has been resurrected, throws down the gauntlet and guarantees that the onscreen struggle between superstars Elvis and Liberace will make Batman v Superman look like a sad hissy fit between steroid-addicted superduds.

B-man v S-man may have Ben (“If it quacks like a duck”) Affleck and pretty boy Henry Cavill but Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein has… Well, it doesn’t matter who it has. R&R Frankenstein is cheaper, cheesier, more homo-erotic (sort of), definitely more offensive and has way more dingleberry references than Batman v Superman. So there!

A perfect treat for the kids, Rock N’ Roll Frankenstein is the pseudo cult film where dead rockers are stitched together to make a monster superstar, only to have things go haywire when Liberace's manhood ends up in the mix - creating a schizo relationship with Elvis’ brain.


After music agent Bernie Stein loses his last act, he decides the only way to a better life is through the grave…the Rock n Roll Hall of Fame graveyard, that is.  Together with a burned out roadie and a mad scientist, the motley crew set out to build the perfect Rock n Roll Superstar from the remains of dead rockers.  Assembling parts from Elvis, Hendrix, Sid Vicious and others, soon enough the monster is ALIVE!  But things go bad when Liberace's love tool mistakenly ends up in the mix. Equipped with the head of Elvis and the junk of Lee, a schizo relationship develops between the monster and his privates.

Hilarious, tasteless and chocked full of gratuitous violence.

Fangoria had this to say about the film "a cult item for movie-goers in search of politically incorrect, mind-warping laughs."

If you haven't been sold by the synopsis, why not check out the trailer below and let us know your thoughts in the comments box.

'ROCK N’ ROLL FRANKENSTEIN' comes to home entertainment from leading independent and genre label Camp Motion Pictures.  For additional information on Camp Motion Pictures please visit

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