I won't lie for any guys reading this, nearly every women in the cast with lines shows skin. I don't think five minutes ever passed without truckloads of nudity on the screen. If you like boobs, this movie is for you!
As a horror genre fan mostly of this time, seeing a lot of alum show up here was a treat. The two lead guys are Killer Klowns' Grant Cramer and Children Of The Corn's Courtney Gains.
Darcy DeMoss, Kathleen Kinmont and Kane Hodder all show up in smaller roles too.
I actually thought the charm of Cramer is what made this film work. It was a good role as he never treated the women too badly, and his love story with the super gorgeous Teal Roberts worked nicely.
Music was nice 80's cheese too, but the theme song was a great as well as the final party song. Turns out 45 Grave's 'Partytime' was used in this film before it was made mostly famous for Return Of The Living Dead!
This 1984 classic exceeds all expectations - the story never takes itself too seriously and holds up just as well today as the day it was made - this movie has a lot of good laughs and one liners - also, Steve Gold should have won an Academy Award for his portrayal of "Farnsey", a scene stealing, robe wearing, toupee loving womanizer who is introduced during the film's final act
Its the epitome of 80's sleeze in a purely fun way.
There were even a few surprises this time 'round:
Kane Hodder plays a small role called 'Older Geek' and he was a stunt coordinator.
Kathleen Kinmont plays a hot, hot skater.
And the song Party Time mostly known from Return of the Living Dead is in the film twice.