Grindhouse 3: Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity
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In the distant future, two beautiful young slaves are serving life on a prison galley. It's a no win situation. With no hopes and no map, they escape, convinced that any fate will be an improvement. But what do slave girls know? Crash-landed on a strange planet, they meet Zed, the greatest hunter in the cosmos. His gracious hospitality fools them at first, but even these girls notice that Zed's other guests are disappearing one by one. What is the deadly secret locked behind the doors of Zed's trophy room? Sherlock Holmes never wore outfits like the SLAVE GIRLS FROM BEYOND INFINITY.
ALL REGION CODES, NUMBERED SPINE, FAMOUS T&A (1982) BONUS FILM, ORIGINAL TRAILER, ANIMATED STILLS GALLERY, FULL MOON TRAILER PARK, REVERSIBLE SLEEVE INCORPORATING ORIGINAL ARTWORK, RED CASE
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This is almost literally an exact remake of 'The Most Dangerous Game', with a few added mutants and bickering androids for good measure. There is actually not much nudity, and what little bit there is not what you would call titillating. This should have been a more upbeat, fun camp classic, but it tried to be too many things. Notably the director attempts to make it genuinely scary and suspenseful during the hunting scenes, but given the silly nature of the material they are working with, the end product never seems to quite click as a movie.
I have seen funny and campy sci-fi, which I like, and I have seen scary sci-fi, which I also like. Unfortunately this movie presses a little too hard to be both, and it comes up a bit short in the end.
The acting I found more than adequate. The heroines were not scripted to be bimbos, and have mostly meaningful conversations.
Most low budget Sci-Fi films are dark. This one is actually upbeat, which I found refreshing.
It's nice but don't ask for too much. Get it used.