Mediocre sexploitation misses on sex and exploitation
Sub-par as a sex flick, sub-par as a psycho-thriller, this Misty Mundae vehicle may please fans but it's not going to create many fans. The story follows two sisters who want another troublesome girl out of the way, but who find themselves stumbling into the lair of a lesbian even more psycho than they are. She forces them to compete in some little games at gun point if they ever want to get out alive.
Misty and Chelsea Mundae demonstrate their C-list eroticism and D-list acting skills. Robert Rowell's directorial style consists primarily of jamming a camera as close to his subject as possible, even outdoors. The music is a relentlessly repetitive pounding that doesn't distinguish between a girl masturbating in a shower and someone being murdered.
The story piles on the twists until the early scenes make no sense. The sex scenes are uninspired, unerotic, and sometimes impossible, altho Misty saves a few by being delicious in a short skirt. Julian Wells does all right as the psycho lesbian, but the role doesn't ask much of her and Misty ruins most of her intense scenes by being annoying and sarcastic.
I've certainly seen worse, but if this is one of the best Misty Mundae films, I'm not going to hurry to find another.
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