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A quartet of young chicks drive their car through the woods late one
night when they run over ... an alien. They get out of the car to
investigate, but when they want to go on afterwards, they have to realize
their car has broken down, so they walk off into the forest, despite the
fact that a serialkiller called the Serial Skinner (and you have
three guesses why) is roaming the region.
For some reason, one by one the girls wander off alone, lose all their
cloths under the most ridiculous pretenses ... and are beamed aboard the
spaceship of the Daleks (yup, the ones from the Doctor
Who television series), where they are chained to the wall in
their birthday suits - all but Anna, who has actually been cooperating
with the Daleks and has been luring the girls aboard their ship. That's
why she prances around the spaceship in a funky fetish outfit and armed
with a whip.
The other girls however manage to free themselves and have to be killed
by the Daleks, who then turn against Anna, who only just escapes - and
finds herself back in the woods completely in the nude and with a new body
(don't ask why). Soon, she crosses paths with the Hunter, who ties
her to the next tree, fondles her for a bit, and then leaves her all tied
up as a bait for the Serial Skinner.
Eventually, the Serial Skinner shows up and tortures Anna with a
monologue, before he too is beamed aboard the Dalek spaceship. Anna
remains tied to the tree for another two days before the police find her,
untie her, take her to the station and interrogate her - still in the
Nude girls and Daleks - well this one sounds like a
surefire winner !
Unfortunately the film does nothing but disappoint, the script seems to
be carelessly cobbled together and makes the least out of its promising
concept, with the whole plot being little more than a hanger for showing
the girls in the nude as much as humanly possible and the Daleks
feeling rather out of place. A merely functional directorial effort and
bad interior-for-exterior sets of coruse do not help one bit either.
Pity, this could have been a blast, but as it is, it's just bad - and
By the way, the names of director and crew are rather obviously fake -
too many Doctor
Who-references in the names - and the film actually might have
been made by the same people responsible for the Fantom
Kiler series, judging from some of the same actresses, the
same silly excuses to get the girls naked, and the same unconvincing