Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity REVIEW

Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity DVD review: The Most Dangerous Lame.



Release Date: 14 January 2013
1987 | 18 | 71 minutes | £9.99
Distributor: 88 Films
Director: Ken Dixon
Cast: Elizabeth Kaitan, Cindy Beal, Brinke Stevens, Don Scribner, Carl Horner

This schlocky B-movie transports Richard Connell’s seminal short story “The Most Dangerous Game” to an Amazonian alien world, where two scantily-clad slave girls must outwit their psychotic host to escape with their lives. While wearing very few clothes. Did we mention the lack of clothes thing?

It’s rubbish, unquestionably, with horny robots, awful zombies, fingernails-down-a-blackboard dialogue and acting that’s even worse, but crucially it’s self-aware enough to be entertainingly awful rather than offensively dire. If it wasn’t so lurid we’d almost be tempted to recommend it.

Extras:

A handful of trailers and an ultra-creepy bonus movie: Famous T&A – a feature-length collection of nude scenes featuring ‘70s stars such as Ursula Andress, Brigette Bardot and Sybil Danning, who for some reason hosts while dressed like a gladiator in skimpy knickers. Ugh.

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