It's the year 3000 AD. The world's most dangerous women are banished to a remote asteroid 45 million light years from earth. Kira Murphy doesn't belong; wrongfully accused of a crime she ... See full summary »
It's the year 3000 AD. The world's most dangerous women are banished to a remote asteroid 45 million light years from earth. Kira Murphy doesn't belong; wrongfully accused of a crime she did not commit, she's thrown in this interplanetary prison and left to her own defenses. But Kira's a fighter, and soon she finds herself in the middle of a female gang war; where everyone wants a piece of the action... and a piece of her! "Caged Heat 3000" takes the Women-in-Prison genre to a whole new level... and a whole new galaxy! Written by
Concorde - New Horizons (with permission).
This is only my second women in prison flick. The first was more or less a porno, and I think it had a better plot. Basically woman A kills woman B which necessitates revenge from woman C which necessitates revenge from woman D, E, F, etc. The prison guards, who dress like garbage men "of the future" sell drugs to the women, have sex with them, rape them, torture them, all the good stuff. The warden wants to become a politician, and there's a news crew that comes to the prison, so he doesn't want anything to make him look bad while they're there. Guess what?
Anyhow, there's a ton of T&A, full frontal, whatever you want. Nice outfits the girls wear, little skin-tight workout outfits "of the future".
The cinematography is awful, the lighting is awful - for a movie that only exists to show off women, a lot of scenes are too dark and all are smoky, making it hard to see. Most of the dialog is just trash-talking. The "hero" of the story isn't likable - for all the people that want to get her, at one point she starts beating on a girl who's doing nothing but standing around.
I guess it's about what I expected, except they could at least have lit and photographed it better.
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