Big Bad Mama Reviews
Dickinson has a few nude scenes, and shows an amazing body for a 42-year-old (heck, even 22-year-olds would envy it). Her less curvy daughters also peel, as does Joan Prather (which may be kind of a shock to modern viewers, considering that she's probably best known as David Bradford's clean-cut wife on the TV series "Eight Is Enough").
It's a helluva lot of fun and worth it for the current Corman double feature.
Tom Skerritt shows up in an early role. William Shatner turns up essentially playing himself as William J. Baxter, in an acting masterclass that would see him slide effortlessly into his upcoming role as T. J. Hooker. The scene where he is in bed behind an unclothed Angie and sliding his hands lasciviously all over her body with a grotesque leer, but has obviously been told to keep his hands off her baps, is an unintentional comic gem. Many good directors started with Corman and his quota quickies : Scorsese, Demme. Steve Carver here shows an ineptitude that made me check out his later career. Nothing of note. I left the cinema feeling slightly grubby.
That's Goddamn blasphemy!