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Lovely and resourceful Daria and Tisa escape a space gulag only to crash land on a nearby world where a guy in tight pants named Zed is playing The Most Dangerous Game. Zed turns the girls and another guest loose in his jungle preserve to serve as the prey in a mad hunt. Armed only with knives and their wits, the girls must battle their way accross the jungle to a hidden arms cache before Zed catches and kills them. Written by
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The film was condemned as "indecent" on the floor of the U.S. Senate by North Carolina Republican Sen. Jesse Helms in 1992. See more »
Near the climax to the film, one of the henchmen is hit over the head with a spiked club, causing him to explode, and one of the wall on the right side of the screen visible moves. (at around 1h 3mins) See more »
[Tisa watches as Daria struggles against her chains]
I know it can't be done.
[Daria finally breaks her chains]
I'm just glad that you didn't know it.
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This is a b-budget film for sure, but it still succeeds in entertaining. The two slave girls from beyond infinity get stranded on a planet. They encounter a wealthy land-owner, and then the adventures begin.
This movie has scantily-clad women, robotic sidekicks, a hammy villain, campy dialogue, cheesy sets, everything you need for the genre.
The script and the editing work better than most b-budget films. The directing and acting fit the mood. Even the sets and the robots, cheap as they are, stand well compared to other films made at this economic level.
It's not Shakespeare, but it's enjoyable.
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