A double disc limited edition set of one of the wildest movies ever to come out of Asia. The action kicks off with a girl biker gang clad in leather hot pants raiding a casino drug den... and then it gets crazy. the gang is led by two girls who were forced to watch as the leader of the drug syndicate murdered their parents and stole their land. To take revenge they train a gang of hot biker babes to take on Mr Tiger - the bad guy. Unfortunately they lose the battle and are incarcerated in a womens prison camp - playthings of the camps vicious lesbian wardress. But worse - they are to be used as guinea pigs for an aphrodisiac drug designed to turn all women into helpless sex slaves!
Prepare to be schooled by Mondo Macabro's release of Virgins From Hell, because watching this two-disc delight is like taking a class in the history of Indonesian exploitation film. The first DVD features director Ackyl Anwary's 80s classic, Virgins From Hell, a movie that makes up in style for its vapid plot. Part biker movie, part Women In Prison film, Virgins is a revenge tale about a pack of women united against Mr. Tiger (Dicky Zulkarnaen), a mobster who previously killed the biker gang leader's parents in order to co-opt her family home for his underground narcotics manufacturing plant. Dina (Nina Anwar) and Sheila (Enny Beatrice) emerge as victorious after being captured and enslaved by Tiger, but the perviest parts of the film occur during their entrapment, as a Zorro-suited Tiger roasts one girl on a BBQ spit, or as he whips the girls after meditating on horse portraits hung on his pink bedroom walls. Watch Virgins From Hell to see girls in colorful latex, Power Ranger-like biker suits and boots writhing in their cave prison, or Mr. Tiger's disco palace, replete with zebra-striped couches, furred walls, and tiger paintings throughout. For added laughs, several Rapi Film trailers are included, featuring snake women and men who lose limbs that fly back on. An essay by Macabro author Pete Tombs places Virgins From Hell in its historical WIP context, with a nod to Roger Corman. Lastly, a unique documentary about Indonesian exploitation includes interviews with Rapi's golden age directors, scriptwriters, and set/costume designers, who explain some of the weirdest movies ever. Trinie Dalton
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