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What a really, really bad movie. Adam Baldwin and Robert Englund are seriously slumming here. At first I wondered why it made no sense until it became clear that they were using footage from other movies. Tres cheap. It never got much better. To quote mstomaso "the plot has to be seen to be disbelieved." The sets were visibly cheap, the acting indifferent to bad, especially Jerry Trimble. Ouch. Just awful. Baldwin seemed to try a little, but could not help but be embarrassed by the material. I wonder if his agent got fired. Englund seemed to mail it in. Hard to blame him. The only real redeeming feature was the numerous nude scenes by Kate Rodger, Gretchen Palmer, and especially the lovely Jeannie Millar.
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