Two young women visiting New York City from Colombia are staying at the apartment of a friend, who is out of town. They are surprised by a group of their friend's acquaintances who show up ... See full summary »




Uncredited cast:
Shaun Costello ...
Guy with Glasses (uncredited)
Husband (uncredited)
Ashley Moore ...
Guy with Moustache (uncredited)
Marc Stevens ...
Su Ling's Boyfriend (uncredited)
Mary Stuart ...
Wife (uncredited)


Two young women visiting New York City from Colombia are staying at the apartment of a friend, who is out of town. They are surprised by a group of their friend's acquaintances who show up for their regularly scheduled orgy, and before they know it, they're participants. Written by

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3 February 1975 (USA)  »

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2 Senoritas  »

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Very mean-spirited Shaun Costello porn quickie
23 November 2010 | by (New York, New York) – See all my reviews

Shaun Costello's endless series of mid-'70s improvised porn films are generally entertaining, and even funny at times, but TWO SENORITAS was not my cup of tea. It takes exploitation, with all its multiple meanings, down to a new, lower level.

That's because the film plays for all intents & purposes as if Shaun picked up a couple of latina hookers, paid them to be in his latest film (whatever the going rate was, say $150 as a guesstimate) and then subjected them to verbal abuse over and above the expected kinky sex acts required. I'm not accusing him of actually doing this -it's just how it plays. And I didn't find it funny at all.

Idiotic premise is that a couple of senoritas from La Paz, Colombia are newly arrived in the Big Apple, staying at an apartment whose owners have gone on a vacation to Rio. This disrupts the schedule of your usual gaggle of Gotham sex addicts, Costello, Jamie Gillis and Marc Stevens, who cannot bear to miss their weekly orgy (which for no apparent reason has to take place at this apartment, no substitutes accepted), so they barge in with girl friends in tow and abuse the two foreign women.

Gillis seems a bit tongue-tied or out of it in this film, so his usual abusive/repulsive patter is delegated to the "comedy team" of Costello and Stevens, who take obvious delight in announcing all the horrible & kinky things they're going to do to the latinas (Costello quips: "Do you like Golden Shower?"), who are completely oblivious to this English-dialog nonsense. At one point Costello "comically" calls up the Colombian embassy to embarrass the poor soul supposedly on the other end of the conversation (we of course don't get to hear this nonexistent personage) by asking "how do you say 'I want you to suck my cock' in Spanish?". Ad libs are lame, with "you said a mouthful" a typical example.

The unfamiliar looking performers playing Elena and Rosita are not from porn central casting and look to have been around the block several times before Costello tapped them for this tiny footnote in film history. Stevens has an embarrassing moment (check his bio) when he waxes nostalgically about the group's first orgy together, back "when we were young and gay". Earlier, Marc has great difficulty maintaining an erection for one of Costello's de rigeur double penetration scenes.

The sex here is the usual filler, and Costello's pirated soundtrack is pretty lame, ranging from lifts from the musical "On the Town" to a nod to the latinas by including plenty of jazz from the Chick Corea "Return to Forever" bag plus a Spanish-language disco song.

An unusual number of Times Square theater marquees are displayed, advertising early/mid '70s movies including "Death Wish", "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre", "High Plains Drifter", "Kung Fu Massacre", "Oral Contract", "While the Cat's Away", "The Odessa File", "Airport 1975", "The Filthiest Show in Town" and "The Groove Tube".

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