James’s review published on Letterboxd:
The actual Sharkenstein is so cute. I've seen the miniature on Mark's desk so many times and I always tell myself that when I get home I'm going to watch this one right away but then other shit comes up and you know how it is. Now that I've seen it, I wish I had actually watched it years ago when I first bought it because it's so fucking good. Greta Volkova is so wonderful. She was great in It kills too and now I have to put a rush on actually watching Bigfoot vs Zombies and Empire State of the Dead. I hope she keeps doing movies for Mark.
Anyway, after the Nazi Germany intro we settle into present day with Greta, James Carolus (in his sideways hat) and Titus. Eventually Mark comes in as their mute boat driver. That's good writing seeing as how he had to drive the boat anyway and why learn lines if you don't have to. Jeff Kirkendall is the present day mad nazi scientist who sewed Sharkenstein together with his bare hands.
This is peak 2010's Mark Polonia right here and I really loved it. Some of my favorite actors from Mark's stuff are Steve Diasparra, Ken Van Sant, Greta Volkova, Titus Himmelberger, and Jeff Kirkendall and this movie gave me every single one of them. The only way it could have been better is if he had shoehorned Todd Carpenter and Bob Dennis in there.