A naive young girl travels to South Beach to become a model, only to find that everything is not as it seems. Her worst nightmares are confirmed as she enters the dark side of the industry and models begin to disappear.
Gordon Scott Venters
Barry Jay Minoff
Haunted by a terrifying incident in his past, billionaire Bill Hansen seeks revenge by enlisting a team of mercenaries and a television personality to capture and exploit a dangerous lizard-like creature.
James Arthur Lewis,
A movie for teen-age boys and young men in their 20s
I am neither a teen-age boy or a young man in my 20s; I am 61 years old and I do like certain kinds of low budget films. Some Movies by Roger Corman I do like and I have seen certain low budget films during the 1960s when I was a teen-ager and certain exploitation films in the 1970s when I was in my 20s. I think the producers should have titled this movie More Women and More Women or I'm a young guy and I need women or maybe I Can't stop thinking about women. The movies I saw as a teen-ager in the 1960s or as a young man in the 1970s were about having sexual relations with a woman, yet I thought some of those films were funny. Maybe being a 61 year old man I have lost what it is like to be a young man and always thinking about women. I do like women and I like having sexual fun with women, yet maybe what I think is funny is different from what a young 20something man thinks is funny in 2009? The basic story line is about a young man who is losing his hair and believes everyone at the college he attends is laughing at his hair loss. The main character in the story receives help from his marijuana smoking friend; they create a porn internet web site and recruit young women to do sexual activities on they porn web page. The parents of the daughters find out about it and decide to go after the young marijuana smoker. The marijuana smoker influences the parents with his marijuana smoke and gives a speech to the parents about why they(the parents)should be glad that their daughters made money and are millionaires. Actress Sally Kirkland(who is 60something)plays the mother who gives young actor Jonathan Cherry(marijuana smoker in the movie)a tongue kissing and you do see them touching tongues; would that scene be considered porn? The movie does have some funny scenes and I think teen-age boys and young 20something men would find "Bald" funny. I wonder what actress Sally Kirkland thought when she saw on the script that she would have to really be tongue kissing actor Jonathan Cherry?
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