A power surge sends whacked out computer programmer Squeegie Hornio and his brother Ornio into cyberspace where they meet up with, have sex with, and even fight, a variety of characters from a popular video game.
This ain't no game!
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Sin City agreed to finance Buck Adams' idea for a comic book sex movie about a computer game, to be shot in three days from a 37 page script. And there were six sex scenes, bizarre costumes, crazy makeup, and surreal sets. Then Sin City, concerned that Buck had bitten off more than he could chew, pulled out in the eleventh hour. But Buck refused to quit. He got Midnight Video to come in to salvage the project, but for less money, and the condition that he make the movie into a two-parter. Three days were cut to two, with Adams splitting the story line down the middle and adding in four unscripted sex scenes. Trade reporter Gene Ross, who was on set covering the disaster for Adult Video News, wrote, "Buck's schedule over a two-day period required him to lens ten sex scenes, including mountains of dialogue from enough Cash Markman script to paper King King's shit house." As for the end results, the same magazines' Mark Kernes wrote, "This very confusing parody gets lost in the plot department." Part 1 is nonetheless curious. Part 2 is where things really fall apart. See more
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