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Product Details

  • An MVD Exclusive
  • SKU: INT3879
  • Format: DVD
  • UPC: 663390003879
  • Street Date: 09/26/23
  • PreBook Date: 08/22/23
  • Label: Severin Films »
  • Genre: Cult
  • Run Time: 87 mins
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Audio: STEREO
  • Year of Production: 1991
  • Region Code: 0
  • Box Lot:
  • Territory: NORTH AMERICA
  • Language: English

 

Cast & Crew

  • Actors:
  •       Eric Weathersbee as Franky
  •       Jerry Cormeir Jr. as Drak
  •       Keith Lack as Humper
  •       Wilson Smith as Wolfie
  •       Richard Sumner as Mummy
  •       Apophis as Self
  •       Phil Rapin as Casanova
  •       Shawn West as Clover
  •       Robert Lowe as George
  •       Russ Lowe as Calvin
  •       Gerald Cormier as Mad Inventor
  •       Kelli Gianettoni as Blonde Bimbo
  • Director: Gerald Cormier
  • Producer: Denny Grayson

 

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Franky And His Pals

Franky and his pals descend on a mining town in search of lost gold, but it's Halloween and the monsters find themselves caught in the festivities.

Franky And His Pals
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Franky, Drak, Wolfy, Mummy and Humper - the horny hunchback - descend on the small mining town of French Gulch in search of lost gold, but it's Halloween night, and the monsters soon find themselves caught in the debaucherous festivities of the local townsfolk. Will Franky and his pals find the gold? Will they learn the ways of love? Will Drak quench his thirst for human blood? Just how explosive is Franky's flatulence? What's that Mad Scientist tinkering with out in his barn? What the hell is a pee-pee? And does any of it really matter?

Directed by veteran grindhouse and adult film producer Gerald Cormier (TERROR CIRCUS aka BARN OF THE NAKED DEAD, 101 ACTS OF LOVE) and seldom seen beyond the shelves of small-town video shops, this bizarro monster-comedy has finally been resurrected on DVD and is positively exploding with spooky Special Features!

Special Features

  • I'm Big Franky - Interview With Actor Eric Weathersbee
  • It Wasn't Me - Interview With Actor/FX Artist Keith Lack
  • Have You Seen My Wolfie? - Interview With Actor Shawn West
  • The Band With No Name - Interview With Members Of The Franky And His Pals Party Band
  • "Radio Beach" Music Video - Featuring Members Of The Franky And His Pals Party Band
  • Media

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    Bonus Materials

    • I'm Big Franky - Interview With Actor Eric Weathersbee
    • It Wasn't Me - Interview With Actor/FX Artist Keith Lack
    • Have You Seen My Wolfie? - Interview With Actor Shawn West
    • The Band With No Name - Interview With Members Of The Franky And His Pals Party Band
    • 'Radio Beach' Music Video - Featuring Members Of The Franky And His Pals Party Band

    Sales Points

    • For fans of sex comedies
    • For fans of THE MONSTER SQUAD
    • For fans of independent films shot on video
    • For fans of monster rallies
    • For fans of ABBOTT & COSTELLO MEET FRANKENSTEIN

    Press Quotes

    An absolute blast... If you like no-budget movies with a fun story and plenty of laughs, this one is for you!

         —Horror Society

    Pure DIY madness... '90s SOV fans looking for something reliably nutso will have plenty to chew on here.

         —Mondo Digital

    A wonderful treasure... A beautifully shot horror comedy that delivers many laughs and a bonkers ending.

         —SOV Horror

    A modern miracle... In 1990, a man named Gerald Cormier found it absolutely necessary for this world to have a movie where Frankenstein's monster rips exploding farts.

         —Spook Du Jour

      

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