If you loved director Frank Henenlotter’s bonkers 1982 cult Basket Case or his trippy 1988 frightfest Brain Damage, then you’ll just love Bad Biology – an outrageously-twisted horror comedy about an insatiable nymphomaniac’s search for sexual fulfilment.
Born with unusual anatomy, photographer Jennifer has a real problem dating. Seems every time she has sex, she gives birth to a mutant baby. Meanwhile, across town a young man called Batz has his own sexual hang-ups – his injection of steroids has increased his manhood to mammoth proportions and now it’s got a life of its own. But are Jennifer and Batz destined to meet – and mate?
Deliciously-perverse and jaw-droppingly offensive, Bad Biology is certain for cult status and a welcome addition to Henenlotter’s body-horror oeuvre. The climax – no pun intended – is a hilarious homage to William’s Castle’s The Tingler