I lied a bit when I said there was not any more to this movie. The film's other plot involves a dinosaur that is wandering around the area near them. The Elders take time away from humping women (not much, mind you) to select some champions to kill the beast. They send him away with a brief bit of poetry that is utterly awful and actually causes pain to listen to. Thankfully, Something Weird decided to put this as a stinger on every menu for the film. Screw you hard, guys! By means of some of the worst special effects of all time, they manage to defeat the beast, but not without some casualties. Oh and somewhere a horny ape gets involved. You know what, rather than write any more about this film, enjoy a collection of screen captures from it. At least you'll laugh at them.
So yeah, this movie is pure awfulness to the core. It's not erotic, it's not funny and it's not entertaining. It is just painful to watch. This is not a Stephen C. Apostolof film either, because that would at least make it interesting. Instead, this is by a man named Ed De Priest, an ironic name for a man who solely made porn if there ever was one. As I mentioned before, this is the period when Ed would do anything to pay for his low-rent apartment and booze. As such, he wrote screenplays like this, The Snow Bunnies and Five Loose Women for people like De Priest. In case your morbid curiosity overtakes you like it did with me, let me say this again: this movie is awful and should not be seen by anyone. I hope my sacrifice of sanity will help keep you safe.
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