Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity (1987)
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A decent bimbo movie with my favorite of the 80s scream queen bimbos, Brinke Stevens (or would that be Linnea Quigley?). The right amount of boobs and cheese for an 80s B-movie.
Incredibly awful and hilarious acting, exploitative beyond belief, horrible costumes/creature design and a complete nonsense of a story/dialogues makes up for this entertaining piece of trash. For fans only, the title says it all.
"Alone, he'll only pick us off one at a time. The three of us outnumber him." There are two kinds of horrible acting. There's the kind that makes a movie painful to watch, and there's the kind that makes a movie hilariously entertaining. Slave Girls from Infinity fits into the later category. It's an example of the very cheapest, lowest budget B-movies, and half of the fun comes from how awful these "actors" are. The other half comes from seeing the half-naked slave girls running around jungles in bikinis and lingerie. The story is a half-hearted riff on "The Most Dangerous Game", featuring our two slave girls escaping from a slave starship and landing on a planet where their rescuer is eventually revealed to be an evil (as well as campy and flamboyant) killer. And there's two utterly useless (and occasionally pervy) androids. And mutant. And a zombie. And a "Phantom Zone". And the most hilariously random, awkward, ad impromptu love scene I've ever seen in a movie. The dialogue is beyond terrible, the sets are reused over and over, and the inside of the spaceships and special effects wouldn't look out of place in a middle school play in 1982. Needless to say, camp value is through the roof. It's also the ONLY reason to watch this. If you like a good bad movie, you're in luck.
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