Baron Frankenstein (Udo Kier) creates a female monster and a male monster and wants them to mate to create a race of super children (only the male monster doesn't seem ... attracted to women) - elsewhere, a farm hand (Joe Dallesandro) is plowing the mad doctor's wife/sister/something (Monique von Vooren). Once the camp appeal of Kier's overacting and insane declarations (you know the famous one about fornicating with an internal organ in order to understand life and death) run their course, there's little left to this aside from the blood and pulsating organs. I first saw this as a teenager and regarded it as a guilty pleasure; seeing it close to fifteen years later, it doesn't hold up on repeat viewings.
Flesh for Frankenstein
Director: Paul Morrissey and Antonio Margheriti
Year Released: 1973