History lessons have never been so revealing. Surrender Cinema feature about a pair of time travellers who visit Marie Antionette, Aladin and Al Capone. Overall, a solid casting by Surrender and I have always liked Gabriella Hall better than most of her genre peers. I correctly suspected that this one would have very limited dialogue when the credits said the film was based on an "idea" (not even a story) from Dawn Pascual.
Action packed film has police officer and martial arts instructor moving back home from the big city to her small hometown and replacing her father as sheriff after he is murdered by the head of a local drug organization. Still hard for me to believe that deputizing the high school football team was a good idea when things got dangerous. The acting is a bit stiff but this one is really helped by a great set of bad guys. Travellers (and locals returning home) are warned to steer clear of the Beaver Creek Inn.
Tomatoes go on a killing spree. Rarely funny or amusing and provides no authentic camp value as it was purposely made a bad movie. The only positives here are a brief cameo by the San Diego Chicken and at least it is better than the work of the Troma team.
Decent exploitation film has three troublemakers in a women's prison agreeing to participate in a college rehabilitation experiment to control their aggressive and antisocial behaviour with a new drug in exchange for parole. They are actually being used as guinea pigs by the professor for the untested medication. Things get dangerous when the scheme is figured out by one of the girls. No word on whether the girls got to stay out on parole given the experiment's demise.
Lavinia Kean is a Security Hazards Expert or, in other words, a top US spy agent. She foils an attempt that threatens the world's oil supply to sabotage where the culprits demand $3 billion annually from the UN. Essentially this films borrows the James Bond blueprint (and screenplay writer) with a woman in the Bond role. Dated in many areas. I thought this one was released around 1970 and was surprised to learn it was actually 1980. Felt much older.