Six female prisoners are given a weekend furlough to prepare them for their upcoming parole. While out, they all have miscellaneous sexual experiences, some good, some bad. One returns to ... See full summary »
A touring small-time rock band called The Group picks up a couple of groupies. One night, the band's drunken, hulking bass player goes nuts and rapes the girls. The band refuses to believe that he's trouble which leads to more tragedy.
William Allen Castleman
Strip away all the linen and lace, and the only difference between a queen and a whore is time and place.
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In May 10, 1982, Monitor Films (UK) distributed the film theatrically at 70 minutes 19 seconds. In May 1983, Derann Films Services (UK) released a VHS with the announced running time of 84 minutes, while it was released in Australia by K&C Video, rated R and at 98m 25s. In May 6, 2008, BBFC required the distributor Pegasus (A Division Of Eagle Rock) «to remove a scene of eroticised sexual assault in order to obtain an 18 classification.» Therefore, in the UK, this DVD, and the Xtasy label VHS, rated 18, run at 99m 11s instead of the original 102m 31s. See more »
David F. Friedman's Zorro-version is the coolest (and sleaziest)!
Forget that new blockbuster version and get the "true" story of our horny hero. People familiar with Exploitation Monarch David F. Friedman's work (Blood Feast, Starlet, Wizard Of Gore etc.) will be amazed over the high production values and acting in this entertaining tale. Of course it's sleazy as hell, some scenes are close to porn, but the spoofy jokes are a riot. Trashmovie icon Bob ("House On Bare Mountain", "Love Camp 7"etc.) Creese is hilarious as Sgt. Felipio Latio (get it?) and John ("Starlet" etc.) Alderman ain't bad as Estaban. Producer Friedman even makes a cameo as a sadistic soldier. The twist of this version of the classic tale is that Don Diego is gay by day and hero/superlover by night!!
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