Iconic cult filmmaker Frank Henenlotter (Brain Damage, Basket Case) returns to the helm to deliver his first feature in 16 years, a warped love story about a fashion photographer with an mutated sex organ who meets a man with a truly magnificent tool. Jennifer (Charlee Danielson) is a shutterbug who specializes in edgy imagery. Her sex drive is always in the red, and she likes to ride bareback. She's also prone to killing her lovers during intense bouts in the bedroom. When Jennifer gets pregnant - which happens quite frequently - her rapid metabolism causes her to birth malformed infants in a matter of minutes. Sexually frustrated by the fact that she can't find a man who can truly please her, Jennifer is elated when she happens across Batz (Anthony Sneed), a man who keeps his monstrous organ under control by injecting it with lethal amounts of animal tranquilizers. Bats too has been having a rather difficult time finding a compatible mate, but when these two get together it's a match made in mutant heaven. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
now you have to go into this movie with a very open mind. first off there is some really good things about this movie, and some very bad. it's filmed pretty well for the budget, the acting is not bad, i thought it was a great idea all around, and extremely funny. but the acting can also be terrible, the spec effx are some of the worst, and sometimes the execution of certain scenes is laughable at best. people who aren't comfortable watching movies about human sexuality will probably feel like this movie is stupid, but i found this movie to be very funny and also very entertaining. reccomended to people who wanna try something entirely different. have fun baby!