Stranded when their car gets a flat tire, two sexy girls accept help from two hippies in a dune buggy. After sex to repay the favor, the four team up for a robbery at one of the girl's home, but it goes terribly wrong.
The main plot line of Sex Psycho revolves around a couple who are cheating on each other. Jerry is cheating on his wife with Eva. Jerry plots with Eva to kill her husband. They do this by ... See full summary »
Silly sci-fi porn - I command completists to watch
Sci-fi fans love to make lists of films from reference books and articles and tick off each one as they see it. For the true completist I recommend this tawdry porn film.
The equipment used by a scraggly looking scientist Clark (actor still unidentified 40 years later in IMDb) to animate his fembots is so chintzy it will bowl over most sci-fi fans. This is porn, where budgets make even cheap sci-fi movies look lavish in comparison.
The storyline is a bit scrambled, due to the need to recycle some unrelated porn loops as a very cheap way to pad out the running time. (Even so, the Something Weird softy DVD-R issue only lasts 54 minutes.) Clark's wife Marge (a chubby, also unidentified porn performer) is faking paralysis, as she plots with a sleazy lawyer friend to get hubby committed to an asylum and steal his $5,000,000 inheritance. Clark sort of outwits them in an intended to be ironic conclusion.
The robots, whose abundant pubic hair is a tipoff that they weren't created from scratch but are rather reanimated women (I guess), are attractive and fun to watch. Voice-over narration pretends that the women in a couple of sexy vignettes are "improved" model robots. It's not believable for a moment, as Robot #3 is the great Sandy Dempsey, butterfly tattoo and all, sent out on a "blind date" to test a guy who brags about his "longevity" (the filmmakers meant stamina, but so be it). This sequence looks like it's out of another movie (Sandy is wearing a very unrobotic-looking pair of black stockings), and it is.
To top this, Robot #4 is beautiful Sandy Carey, even more improved by Clark in what he calls "full response mode", and she's styled as a maid named Yvette sent to service Candy Samples. They seem like pals, so the just-delivered-robot premise of the narration is clearly bogus. Resulting lesbian scene is well-done, with Adam Ward as Candy's husband showing up on cue for a threesome. This trio was far, far better in THE ELEVATOR, a classic by comparison. And THE ELEVATOR is hardcore, while ROBOT LOVE SLAVES is strictly softcore in the surviving version, its hardcore moments only seen in its trailer now.
I won't bore you with more details, other than to note Clark equipping his robots with poisoned teeth, a very odd touch, and the finale robot pretty much contradicting what's gone before, just so a twist ending can be provided. It's a crappy film, but at least packed with interesting gaffes.
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