A standard XXX home invasion & rape film masquerades under the flashy title. Talented porno director Howard Ziehm/Harry Hopper had an off day.
Like many prehistorical porn films, it celebrates a cult of ugliness, with unattractive women, cretinous guys and mechanical sex. Plenty of bruises on the bodies and other physical indicators type this cast as more likely street druggies in need of cash to pay The Man rather than actors, though unwholesome looking Jim Frost who plays the lead role of Frank made a number of 1-day wonders as well as the legendary gay porn L.A. PLAYS ITSELF.
Frost and partner in crime Billy rob a mansion where a sleazy mom is masturbating with a banana. They take turns raping her and when her virgin daughter Barbara gets home they alternate raping her, too.
Though Ziehm is known for his SPFX-laden film FLESH GORDON, the minimal makeup effects here consist merely of coating a penis and Barb's genital area with blood so we'll know in tight closeups that she was indeed a virgin moments before. Yet another triumph of cinema.
Next day the boys are having lunch at the Cafe Galleria, surprised that no report of their crime is in the newspaper. An interracial pair of girls approach them to get help in moving (the boys have a red van), and they agree. Instead of moving there's another mix & match foursome, with mixed combo action. The white girl of the pair has dirty, cracked fingernails -clearly she's not from Central Casting.
Punchline is the boys driving away with the girls' furniture and belongings -whoops, they forgot to tell them where to deliver the stuff! Coda is our heroes sitting idling on a hill, one playing the harmonica, as they check the newspaper for ads requiring movers.
This less than scintillating entertainment proves to be a tough slog since it is hardly fun to watch ugly specimens of humanity have sex. Clearly Ziehm was merely creating XXX content footage with no redeeming features. Who woulda thunk that a mindless video audience would exist 20 or 30 years later to eat this stuff up?
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