Brain damage -
1987 - Color - 86 mn - French dubbed version - USA - Comedy, Horror
Direction : Frank Henenlotter. Production : Al Eicher, Andre Blay, Edgar Ievins. Screenplay : Frank Henenlotter. Editing : Frank Henenlotter, James Y. Kwei. Photography : Bruce Torbet. Music by : Matthias Donnelly, Clutch Reiser, Gus Russo. With : Rick Hearst, Gordon MacDonald, Jennifer Lowry
Presentation reserved to audience above 12.
Brian runs into a mutant worm named Elmer, who’s capable of delivering a powerful hallucinogenic. The parasite requires human victims in return, since he eats fresh brains. But beware of addiction…
After a seven year leave despite the huge success of his previous film in VHS, Frank Henenlotter managed to finance a new film as delirious and loony as the previous one. By mixing drug and sex, he created one the most insane creatures of the history of cinema: the LSD-phallus Elmer, animated by Gabe Bartalos. Climaxes of this ultimate prank: the memorable cannibalistic oral sex scene, as well as the quitting attempt scene. Unrivaled in its exuberant craziness.