|Directed by||Frank Henenlotter|
|Produced by||R.A. "The Rugged Man" Thorburn|
|Written by||Frank Henenlotter
R.A. "The Rugged Man" Thorburn
|Music by||Josh Glazer
|Editing by||Albert Cadabra
|Distributed by||Media Blasters
|Running time||85 minutes|
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Driven by biological excess, a young man and woman search for sexual fulfillment, unaware of each other's existence. Unfortunately, they eventually meet, and the bonding of these two very unusual human beings ends in an over-the-top sexual experience. Jennifer (Charlee Danielson) has seven known clitorises (not including others inside her), began menstruating at age five, and gives birth to a mutant baby two hours after each act of sexual intercourse. No man has been able to satisfy her, and she discards all of her offspring, denying their very existence. Batz (Anthony Sneed), has a steroid-addicted penis with a mind of its own, that is growing out of control.
Henenlotter and Rugged Man wrote the script together. Henenlotter acted as director and Rugged Man the producer. Gabe Bartalos created the special effects, He has done effects on four other films with Henenlotter. The original musical score was done by Josh Glazer (J. Glaze) with accompaniments by Grammy winner Prince Paul and Vinnie Paz of Jedi Mind Tricks helped finance it. The film stars actress Charlee Danielson and also has cameos by J-Zone, Wu-Tang Clan affiliate Remedy, Penthouse Pet Krista Ayne, Reef the Lost Cauze, Staff Sergeant John A. Thorburn, film director James Glickenhaus, and Playboy model Jelena Jensen.
Bad Biology premiered at the 2008 Philadelphia Film Festival where Henenlotter received the Phantasmagoria award. While the movie was already released on DVD in the UK, it was released on DVD by Media Blasters in 2010. On 13 February 2010 Rare Flix sold the first copies of the DVD.
- Official Website
- Bad Biology at the Internet Movie Database
- Interview with Frank Henenlotter by Matthew Sorrento, Film Threat (2008 Philadelphia Film Festival)