An army captain is flying three misfit deserters home for a court martial when the plane has engine trouble and they must land on an uncharted island. There they find a primitive society of... See full summary »
The Three Seasons Bikini Team (April, May & June) leave on a cross-country tour, but June sabotages the trip. They and the photographer end up in Pig Hollow, where Missy Sue is desperately ... See full summary »
Two astronauts return to earth ("a few miles off the coast of Los Angeles") to find that it has been destroyed by nuclear war. L.A. has been taken over by Cutter and his gang of outlaw ... See full summary »
Bikini Drive-In was the true unofficial sequel to the Bikini Car Wash Company films in my opinion. Interestingly, when I saw the credits at the start, Fred Olen Ray was the producer and Jim Wynorski was the director.
A movie with a familiar plot: someone has inherited something(namely an old drive-in theater) and she has to save it from bankruptcy. She and another man, who wanted to buy the property, choose to show old drive-in classics form the 50's and 60's and make it a party zone. This makes her happy because she is coming off a bad end to a relationship.
With this plot, who needs sex and nudity? But because the cast can't act, in comes the sex and nudity, and boy is it good. Ashley Rhey, former hardcore flash Sarah Bellomo, and Michelle Bauer strut their stuff. The sex in the Unrated version is pretty spicy. The movie lives up to being fun; you almost feel like you're there yourself. The only problem is that the film ends abruptly, like there wasn't a truly big climactic scene. Still, that doesn't deter that this is good fun, created during the golden age of MFV.
P.S. Don't diss nerdy people unless you see what's under their clothes. This movie will show you why!
9 of 11 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?