Two women attend a party in a barn, where they meet Mr. Bradley, a strange middle-aged man with a British accent. He saves one of them from an attempted rape in a hayloft, so she introduces him to her friend Terry. After chatting a while, he leaves and drains the gas from their car. Finding their gas tank empty, Ann and Terry walk until they come to Bradley's isolated house, where he lives with his sister Myla and a servant named Freddy. It turns out that Bradley is actually an insane mortician and that he have certain plans with his guests.Written by
Delirious east-coast sexploitation from the golden age!
This film is long overdue for rediscovery! Apparently titled ANYBODY ANYWAY until Harry Novak got his hands on it, by any name it smells as sweet. The barn sequence at the beginning with its twenty minutes of grade "A" film library/go-go music (some of it recognizable from H.G.Lewis movies) is worth the price of admission alone. This is one politically incorrect film. From the adenoidal Mr. Bradley and his "love experiments" to the jaw-dropping "happy" ending, trash fans can not go wrong with this one. The tone is perfect--not too self-parodic, but definitely impossible to take seriously as it catalogs the various clichés of male fantasies that invariably appear in softcore films.
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