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31 December 2000 (USA) See more »
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Revenge was never this sexy!
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Three women catch their husbands cheating and instead of getting mad they get even. They form 'the mistress... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Shauna O'Brien ... Stephanie
Griffin Drew ... Gwen

Kira Reed Lorsch ... Trudy (as Kira Reed)
Jesse Coleman ... Jeff
Jarod Carey ... Harry (as John Smith)

Brad Bartram ... Peter (as Ross Goza)
Justin Carroll ... Arthur (as Hal Hutton)

Jack Ketchmark ... Calvin (as John Ketchmark)
Karl Silver ... Carlos
Everett Rodd ... Tom
Darby Daniels ... Marie (as Susan Hale)
Kris Andre ... Paula
John Jay Spangler ... Paulie

Directed by
Cybil Richards 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Louise Monclair 

Produced by
Michael Feichtner .... executive producer
Michael J. Mahoney .... co-producer
Pat Siciliano .... producer
Charles Band .... executive producer (uncredited)
 
Original Music by
Strings-Brothers-Productions 
 
Cinematography by
Jimmy West  (as Jim West)
 
Film Editing by
Sandi Kelley 
Takeshi 
 
Casting by
Robert Lombard 
 
Production Design by
Ishmael Moby 
 
Art Direction by
Jack Steele 
 
Costume Design by
Cathy Aphrodite 
 
Makeup Department
Chris Bliss .... key makeup artist
Ondrea De Vicentis .... makeup artist
Bonni Flowers .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
Sandra Lange .... post-production supervisor
Nairb Navilluso .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Joseph Blood .... first assistant director
Flip McBean .... second assistant director
Jim Simone .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Rudy Malekian .... swing
 
Sound Department
Steven Corbiere .... boom operator (as Steven Cobiere)
Steven Corbiere .... sound mixer (as Steven Cobiere)
Rob Disner .... boom operator (as Robert B. Disner)
Jimmy Mack .... production sound mixer
Cathleen Rowland .... adr supervisor
Cathleen Rowland .... dialogue supervisor
Cathleen Rowland .... foley artist
Galen L. Senogles .... sound designer
Galen L. Senogles .... supervising sound editor
Kevin Sorensen .... boom operator
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Roberto Correa .... first assistant camera (as Roberto 'Mapache' Corres)
Ed Giovanni .... Steadicam operator
Benn Jinn .... key grip
John Love .... gaffer
Joe Macy .... still photographer
Omar Menijavar .... second assistant camera (as Omar Menjivar)
Lance Roman .... second assistant camera
Eric Velarde .... key grip (as Eric R. Velarde)
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Leilou Asalam .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Jeffrey W. Scaduto .... on-line editor
 
Music Department
Jennifer Kessler .... music coordinator
Pat Siciliano .... music supervisor
 
Other crew
Guido Bryant .... distribution fulfillment
Mauricio Buendia .... executive in charge of Spanish sales
Reese Clifford .... distribution fulfillment
Paul Frost .... archivist
Gilles Gauthier .... creative marketing
Derek Goes .... location manager
David Green .... web master
Dwight Krizman .... executive in charge of distribution
Sandy Lala .... caterer
Bob Langer .... merchandising
Ana Llorens .... coordinating accountant
B.B. Lotta .... script supervisor
Shawn 'E' Mac .... production assistant
David Markosyan .... communication services
Tera Misu .... office manager
Amber Newman .... receptionist
Hope Payan .... corporate accountant
Quest Peavler .... production assistant
Caleb Quinn .... distribution fulfillment
Chance Quinn .... distribution fulfillment
Everett Rodd .... key set production assistant
Jeffrey W. Scaduto .... opticals
Jeffrey W. Scaduto .... titles
Ed Shields .... vice president of international sales
Janell Tatman .... sales and IT coordinator
Courtenay Williams .... communication services
 

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8 out of 10 people found the following review useful.
Sexy Script Serves Up Sexy Performances, 18 January 2003
Author: Tom (tomvamd@aol.com) from United States

Shauna O'Brien portrays Stephanie, a loving wife who returns home to find her husband in bed with another woman.

Griffin Drew and Kira Reed portray her married friends who have also learned of their own husband's infidelity (Griffin reveals that she had caught her husband with another woman some time ago and then explains her proven strategy of how they should all fight back). She tells them that instead of getting divorced, they should each get even by doing the same thing to their husbands that their husbands did to them. She proclaims, `Your marriage isn't over, it's just entering a new phase.' She cleverly admits that while she wanted to leave her cheating husband `It's much more fun spending all of his money' and forcing him to `work himself to the ground' trying to keep up with all of her expenses.

They decide to get back at their cheating husbands by forming a `Mistress Club' guided by Griffin's main rules:

1. Since their husbands cheated, so can they. But instead of being used, they become the users. 2. Stay in shape because if you are going to become a mistress, then you'll want to be a desirable mistress. 3. Videotape your affair and then make your husband suffer by having him watch it `in living color.' 4. Never get involved with the lover and choose men who are either `old and married or young and stupid.' (One of Griffin's funniest lines in the movie).

After finalizing their rules, they each choose a target (Kira selects her husband's law partner and Shauna chooses a `beef cake' calendar model).

What happens throughout the remaining parts of the movie can best be described as pure viewing pleasure.

The movie's clever script, supported by its' three premier actresses, serves up some of the hottest and most memorable scenes ever shown within this category of movies best described as `late night hot video action.'

Griffin Drew sizzles as Gwen, the insatiable harlot who gives a whole new meaning to the phrase `don't get mad, get even.' Her steamy scenes are well shot, and properly carried through, and to the movie's credit, you have to wait until one of the final scene's to see her hottest and sexiest seduction. This pleasurable scene involves her wearing a sexy skintight black outfit befitting of someone with her looks and shape. Her placement of her lover's hands to the erogenous parts of her body, followed by the coupling of her hands other his, add passion and intensity to the encounter. The scene is punctuated by her leaning forward, arms anchored across the back of a couch, freely giving of herself as her lover penetrates from the rear.

But unlike other encounters, she now seems emotionally drawn and passionately involved, casting serious doubt that she will continue with her role as the leader of `The Mistress Club.'

Her role was well written and her character was well portrayed. This is one of the best Griffin Drew movies I have ever seen.

Shauna O'Brien is equally convincing in her role as the devoted and caring wife who is deeply hurt by her husband's infidelity. Confused and uncertain, she is reluctant to participate in her girlfriend's scheme, evidenced by her failure to seduce her target, the sexy model, during their first date.

But the beautiful and formerly faithful wife summons up the courage to move forward with their plan and in an unlikely twist of fate, seduces an unsuspecting cable TV repairman who innocently visits her home (another worthy scene that you don't want to miss).

This movie is a must see for Shauna O'Brien fans. During close-ups, I'm always amazed at how pretty this dark haired actress truly is.

Kira Reed, who portrays Trudy, delivers her own brand of comic relief throughout the entire movie. At one point, when Stephanie refers to having sex with one of the men as `I just want to do it and get it over with' Kira responds in character `You make it sound like a trip to the dentist!'

Trying to light and then smoke a cigar, and gagging on a piece of ice that she had just rubbed against her body, are humorous lead-ins to her enticing seduction scene's, though her hottest encounter takes place when she brings her husband's law partner into her husband's former bedroom (a couple of nice hair flips while being satisfied from behind, clearly show that she can be just as provocative in the bedroom as the other female leads).

Kira's looks remind me of the girl `with a nice personality' and `good sense of humor' that your friends make you take out on a blind date. To your surprise, the customary good night kiss leads to the discovery that she is worth her weight in gold in the bedroom.

These were the right three actresses, complimented by the right, well-written script, and a wonderful wardrobe (classy outfits and swim suits and very sexy lingerie). Put it all together and you have a very enjoyable movie for your late night viewing pleasure.

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