A B-movie actress and her director boyfriend go to the spooky mansion of her rich uncle for the reading of his will, while her uncle's scheming lawyer and a sexy, playful female ghost vie to control the inheritance.
Jessie, a waitress in a sleazy bar, is framed for robbing the place and gets a five-year stretch in prison. The prison is run by a corrupt warden and a butch-lesbian head guard, and the ... See full summary »
In 1692 Salem an accused witch (Beverly Lynne) is rescued at the last moment by the Sisterhood of Witches and transported to the modern day where she assume the life of a Plain Jane ... See full synopsis »
More softcore madness from director Fred Olen Ray. Three members of the Teenie Weenie Bikini Squad (Brandin Rackley, Michelle Maylene, Kylee Nash) go undercover to try and bring down a magazine publisher named Tef (clearly poking fun at Hugh Hefner) who is starting to go into a more explicit business. Is there really much need for a plot in a film like this? I've been watching quite a few of these softcore flicks as they appear on HBO. Part of the reason is that I'm just checking out what Ray has been up to the past few years but I'm also having flashbacks to when I was a teenager and watching this stuff on Cinemax in the early morning hours. There's no question that this here is one of the weaker ones I've seen from Ray but if you're a fan of the genre then there's still some nice things to look at here. These nice things are of course the women who barely keep their clothes on for more than three-minutes and we've also got Beverly Lyne and Kelli McCarty in the cast. All five women obviously are quite attractive and their nude bodies are the reason to check this out. I think what really keeps this film from being as good as some of the director's others is that there just isn't enough interest in the actual story. Yes, the story isn't all that important but you still need something to hold your attention and I think the missing comedy also hurts. The sex scenes are pretty much by-the-numbers as well.
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