“A perfect weirdo horror movie, the likes of which could inspire global searches for anything that’s remotely similar.”
— Joseph A. Ziemba, BLEEDING SKULL!
The decrepit Mrs. March is on a quest to transplant her brain into a fresh young body. Luckily, a psychotic scientist named Dr. Frank lives in her basement. When Dr. Frank's failed experiments yield a murderous man-beast and a killer cat-woman, Mrs. March has only one option: TRANSPLANT MORE CAT BRAINS INTO HUMAN BODIES! Co-written and produced by Vy Russell and Sue Dwiggins, MONSTROSITY is a gutter-goth charmer that's filled with spooky tombs, comic book aesthetics, Frankenstein-y monsters, and a refreshing sense of warped sexuality from a female perspective. This movie is everything we love about the smeary, black and white netherworld of back alley Hollywood in the early 1960s, now lovingly restored by Ben Solovey from the original film elements. It should also be noted that MONSTROSITY features the debut starring role of Xerxes The Cat.