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To save on their rent, Olivia (Misty Mundae) persuades Jackie (Katie
Jordon) to put up some lesbian shows for their landlord Richie (Joey
Smack). But what starts as (not so) innocent kissing & groping soon
evolves into heavy dildo-ing (including Olivia fucking Jackie with a
strap-on from behind), & some strangling, in one case until poor
Jackie faint. Upon awakening she tells Olivia how fed up with all of
this she is & blames her of being as much a pervert as Richie, but
only is drugged by Olivia & forced by her & Richie to masturbate
while standing on a chair with her neck n a noose for Richie's delight.
But in her drugged state she soon slips off the chair & her handing
starts to be for real, while Olivia, wanting to save her, is held back
by Richie, having to watch her girlfriend die. & as she has found
out his true identity as a psycho, he has Olivia kneel down in front of
him ... & shoots her.
The story does sound pretty
interesting & Katie Jordon looks positively stunning in this movie (even
though her body is so slim it borders anorexia), giving the movie some
class it does not really deserve (besides her, Misty Mundae, herself a
competent actress in erotic comedies, looks just pale in comparison).
the downside, William Hellfire once again proves to be a director of
little inventiveness, prefering to let his camera just linger on
beautiful bodies for minutes on end, but in rather indifferent, even
slightly uninteresting/uninterested shots that take little advantage of
the goings-on, making it not really work as an erotic feature. On the
other hand, the pointless pasting
together of rather long/elongated scenes makes the movie not work as a thriller
either. & while the girls give quite solid performances, Joey Smack
lacks any real believability as the psycho landlord either.
(well, definitely) one day of shooting (according to the actual shooting
schedule) might not be enough for a film like this, & maybe William
Hellfire should have other influences besides the movies of Andy
Warhol's Factory (which he does claim to be his major inpiration).