Evil voodoo-practicing serial killer Shadow gets executed for murdering pregnant women. Twenty years later the prison Shadow was put to death at has been turned into an experimental women's... See full summary »
Heroic, but dull, Fred Maklin and beautiful, but spoiled, Jerrie Turner wash up on an uncharted tropical island. They are soon captured by ex-Nazi Colonel Osler, who also has imprisoned a ... See full summary »
Richard E. Cunha
Victor Sen Yung
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Beautiful buxom bombshell Tatianna Stone has more than her hands full when she, and her luscious girlfriends, battle not one, but two, lecherous psychopaths. Unsuspecting young women have ... See full summary »
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Evil voodoo-practicing serial killer Shadow gets executed for murdering pregnant women. Twenty years later the prison Shadow was put to death at has been turned into an experimental women's penitentiary. Tough and fiercely autonomous new inmate Solitaire has some kind of link with Shadow. When Shadow and his lethal shambling zombie minions are resurrected, it's up to Solitaire to stop them. Written by
Performed by Jean Grae feat. Block McCloud
Written by Jean Grae (as T. Ibrahim), Block McCloud (as I. Diaz) and W. Davis
Liu Sing Publishing (ASCAP)/Zooty Zoo Publishing (ASCAP)
Produced by Will Tell for Brooklyn Academy Productions
Recorded by Will Tell at The Brooklyn Academy
Mixed at Powerhouse by Storm
From Jean Grae's album 'This Week'
On Orchestral/Babygrande Records
Under license from Orchestral/Babygrande Records See more »
If you're looking for a halfway decent women-in-prison film, look elsewhere. This one isn't campy-fun, it's campy-boring. What really irritates me is that some of the casting is excellent, with Margaret Baker just right as a predatory lesbian guard looking to enjoy the bodies of pretty female inmates like Misty Mundae and Ruby Larocca. But aside from some brief conversation, nothing remotely kinky or erotic ever happens! It's a waste of perfectly good female talent! And if you're not going to have at least one good girl/girl moment then WHY bother with a women-in-prison setting in the first place? The silly zombie plot would have been far more palatable had more attention been paid to the pretty girls-with-other-girls behind bars!
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