Despite its eager-beaver enthusiasm, FRANKENSTEIN AND ME is a technically deficient, woefully under-scripted, and doggedly directed fantasy wholly lacking the airy touch it needs.
Growing up in the Mojave Desert in the 1970s, Earl Williams (Jamieson Boulanger) spends his time daydreaming about horror movies. Despite the admonishments of his parents (Myriam Cyr, Burt Reynolds) and the disparagement of his teacher Mrs. Purdue (Louise Fletcher), Earl deals with his
constricting existence by building a contraption to create artificial human life. He imagines recasting famous monster movies with prominent roles for him, younger brother Larry (Ricky Mabe), and their f...