Fiorella Masselli


STRESS un film di Corrado Prisco

STRESS - Regia di Corrado Prisco, con Lou Castel, Salvo Randone, Leopoldo Trieste, Bruna Romeo, Delia Boccardo, Fiorella Masselli, Mario Valdemarin.

Flesh for Frankenstein

Other Stars: Dalila Di Lazzaro, Srdjan Zelenovic, Nicoletta Elmi, Marco Liofredi, Liu Bosisio, Fiorella Masselli, Cristina Gaioni, Rosita Torosh, Carla Mancini, Imelde Marani, Miomir Aleksic Director: Paul Morrissey MPAA Rating: Not Rated for nudity

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Joe Dallesandro

The story of Warhol’s greatest superstar The renowned photographer Francesco Scavullo has called Joe Dallesandro “one of the ten most photogenic men in the world.” Springing to fame at the beginning of the sexual revolution in films such as Flesh, Trash, and Heat, Dallesandro, with the help of his mentor, Paul Morrissey, and pop artist Andy Warhol, became a male sex symbol in the film world unlike any before him. His casual nakedness and characteristic cool in the Warhol Factory’s irreverent, now-classic films earned attention that crossed gender lines and liberated the male nude as an object of beauty in the cinema. In this biofilmography, an update and revision of Little Joe, Superstar, Michael Ferguson explores not only Dallesandro’s Warhol years, but his troubled childhood on the...

The Films of Paul Morrissey

The director's experiments in the use of nonprofessional actors, controversial subject matter, and language are demonstrated through this first analysis of his most notable achievements, including Mixed Blood, 40 Deuce, and Spike of Bensonhurst.

Flesh for Frankenstein - digitallyOBSESSED

- Baron Frankenstein (Udo Kier). Published: September 28, 2005. Stars: Udo Kier, Joe Dallesandro, Monique Van Vooren, Arno Juerging. Other Stars: Dalila Di Lazzaro, Srdjan Zelenovic, Nicoletta Elmi, Marco Liofredi, Liu Bosisio, Fiorella Masselli, Cristina Gaioni, Rosita Torosh, Carla Mancini, Imelde Marani, Miomir Aleksic. Director: Paul Morrissey. MPAA Rating: Not Rated for nudity, sexuality, horror gore, language. Release Date: September 20, 2005. UPC: 014381015126. Genre: horror. DVD Review "No one has come as close as I to knowing the secret of life, intelligently created. " - Baron Frankenstein. After making a name for himself with his Flesh trilogy ( Flesh , Trash , Heat ) in the late 1960s and early '70s, experimental filmmaker and Andy Warhol collaborator, Paul Morrissey, was offered the opportunity to do a film for producer Carlo... Initially reluctant, fearing expectations of another Hammer style production, the project became more attractive when it was suggested that he film in 3D (Spacevision). Things got even more interesting when, at his first meeting with Ponti, Morrissey delivered an on the spot budget—$300,000—to which Ponti suggested that instead of one film, they should make two, and thus began the pair of Flesh for Frankenstein... As the film begins, we are introduced to Baron Frankenstein (Udo Kier), a scientist who lives in a grand castle with his wife (who is also his sister), Baroness Katrin (Monique van Vooren) and their two children (Nicoletta Elmi and Marco Liofredi... The Baron spends most his time in his laboratory with henchman Otto (Arno Juerging), where he is nearing the completion of his life's masterwork. He has created a pair of zombies assembled from various bits and pieces harvested from the local townspeople, who he intends to breed to create his perfect children, subserviant to him alone. His female (Dalila Di Lazzaro) is just short of perfection, but her mate requires a head, with a sex drive to match his virile body. Enter Nicholas (Joe Dallesandro), a studly farmhand who services the local maidens. He is just the sort the Baron is after, but things go awry when, while surveying the local whorehouse for a suitable specimen, the Baron spies Nicholas' best friend, Sascha (Srdjan Zelenovic), bound for monkhood, and mistakes him for the man he is... Instead, it is the Baroness who retains Nicholas' services as her sex toy, after he awakens from a drunken stupor to find his friend headless, but while serving dinner at the castle, he recognizes that the Baron's new guest bears a striking... With the help of the kids, Nicholas is determined to get to the bottom of things. " - Baron Frankenstein. Both Flesh for Frankenstein and Blood for Dracula are unique in many ways, but most notable is that they were shot literally back to back— Frankenstein wrapped at noon, the principle actors were given new haircuts, and Dracula began shooting an... Morrisey had originally intended to have his actors improvise, but ended up scripting each day's material on the way to the set. Despite its low budget, the film has excellent production quality, from elaborate sets to exquisite cinematography. It should be stated from the start that Flesh for Frankenstein is not your typical horror film, in fact it is as much a parody of the genre as anything else. the lab, the slab, and the electroshock revitalizations, Morrisey takes the concept to new heights (or depths, depending on your viewpoint), and there is nothing subtle here. From the gigantic loppers used to cut off Sascha's head, perverse sexuality, and multiple shots of dangling innards, Morrissey creates a spectacle. Kier and Juerging give wonderful, over-the-top performances, and their master and servant relationship contains some priceless dialogue, including a scene where Frankenstein displays just how much he loves his work. Dallesandro plays it straight, whether lying naked in bed while van Vooren slurps at his armpits, or confronting the Baron in the final act. Rating for Style: A. Rating for Substance: A. Image Transfer. Image Transfer Review: Presented in a new anamorphic.


  1. Other Stars: Dalila Di Lazzaro, Srdjan Zelenovic, Nicoletta Elmi, Marco Liofredi, Liu Bosisio, Fiorella Masselli, Cristina Gaioni, Rosita Torosh, Carla Mancini, Imelde Marani, Miomir Aleksic Director: Paul Morrissey MPAA Rating: Not Rated for nudity
  2. GENERE: Commedia; ANNO: 1983; REGIA: Mariano Laurenti; ATTORI: Bombolo, Benito Artesi, Laura Barbonetti, Enzo Cannavale, Nino D'Angelo, Fiorella Masselli, Roberta Olivieri, Dino Somma, Gabriele Villa; PAESE: Italia; DURATA: 81 Min; FORMATO: 
  3. sindaco Nicola Serinelli, dall'ingegnere Daniele Gravili e la geometra Celerina Pilieggi, responsabili dell'area tecnica del Comune, dall'ingegnere Alberto De Pascalis, della Rtp Astra Engineering srl, dalle ricercatrici Fiorella De Luca e Patrizia


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