Axel, the magician, raises a boy into adulthood. When Axel dies, it's the young man - son of a murderer, and well tutored by a magician - to keep on the tradition of guarding the Daughter of the Golem.
Wanting revenge on a street gang for a rape attack, four young girls get together, take kung-fu lessons, learn how to shoot, form a gang called the Black Alley Cats and search out the gang that attacked them.
Hunky Troy Donahue accidentally kills the brother of this black lawman and is captured by him on a cruise ship. Vicious, rape-happy pirates loot the ship but the two, cuffed together, escape to a remote unheard of island.
This movie is really bad. The acting is horrible. The music seems unrelated to the film. The plot is non existent. No budget. There's reason so few people have voted on it. Click on the main actor or director's name and this is the only thing either of them ever did. At least most of the females in it had some skin flicks to their credit. At one point Able is talking to the dean (who looks more like a guy who owns a porn store than a dean) and the audio fades and you can tell one of the boom mics isn't working, but hey why reshoot just because one person sounds like they are in a deep tunnel? During the video boom of the mid 80's a lot of unwatchable crap from the 70's that never saw the light of day was thrown on VHS with the hope some new cover art on the box would lure people to rent it. That's the only reason this was made in 1972 and released in the mid 80's. Do not bother unless you like this sort of crap. It really is a contender for worst of all time. You almost have to try to make a movie this bad. 3/10 that is being nice.
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