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Star Slammer: The Escape (1987)





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Gorgeous space traveller Taura (Sandy Brooke) is captured on the planet Arous (as in "The Brain From..."?) Taura is accused of a murder she didn't commit by Bantor (Ross Hagen) , chief flunkey of the all-powerful Inquisitor (Aldo Ray). She is incarcerated in an intergalactic prison ship, populated by beautiful, barely dressed woman. Thus does science fiction segue into "babes behind bars",complete with a sadistic female guard named Muffy (Dawn Wildsmith). Don't worry: you're not supposed to take this one seriously. John Carradine costars in this lively R-rated cheapie, which was also released as Star Slammer.
R (adult situations/language, sex, violence)
Action & Adventure , Comedy , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Jack H. Harris
as Intercom Announcer
Joseph A. Lepera
as TV Wrestler
Marya Gant
as Warden Exene
Gwen Perlman
as Adriene
Martin Nicholas
as Android Guard
Chris Ray
as Twizzle
Fred Olen Ray
as Mouse Robot
Jimmy Skakel
as Android Guard
Lindy Skyles
as The Sovereign
Aldo Ray
as The Inquistor
Eric Caiden
as Android Guard
Jade Barrett
as Dr. Po
Lee Forbes
as Joo Joo
Ross Hagen
as Bantor
Bob Ivey
as Trooper #2
Frank Bresee
as Game Show Announcer
Sandra Church
as Mogwart #2
Bob Ivy
as Trooper #2
John Carradine
as The Justice
Steve Carter
as Trooper #1
Robert Tinnell
as Zombie Alien
Mimi Monaco
as Squeeker
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Fives stars for the VHS cover alone. Fred Olen Ray is an awesome dude and a great American. If you trash Fred, you are trashing America.

Melvin VanBuckSnort
Melvin VanBuckSnort

Interesting only for the lame but good-natured humor and the concept of a women's prison picture set in outer space. Aldo Ray and John Carradine are there, but really not there... both near the sad end of their careers. And breasts... did I mention there are breasts?

Wayne Schenewerk
Wayne Schenewerk

One more step and your rod is history Two women that reside in a brutal futuristic society struggle to obey the law and find themselves locked up in a woman's prison. Initially, the two women cannot stand each other; but ultimately, they will need to work together to overcome lesbian prison guards, mutant creatures, and a crazed and confused warden. "I heard he stuck his hand in a hole it didn't belong." Fred Olen Ray, director of Bikini Time Machine, Bikini Royale 1 & 2, Bikini Pirates, Teenage Cave Girl, and Venomous, delivers Star Slammer. The storyline for this picture is fairly standard for the female prison genre with contains nice science fiction action sequences. The acting is fairly awful and the cast includes Sandy Brooke, Marya Grant, Susan Stokey, and Richard Hench. "I see they haven't removed enough of your brains. Your mouth keeps getting your ass in trouble." Star Slammer was a movie we came across on Amazon Prime and decided to give a shot since it reminded us of the old 50s science fiction classics. This is one of those awkward movies that keeps shocking you in terms of weird sequences where you can't wait to see what comes next. This film is fairly unique and interesting and worth giving a shot. You may find yourself saying, "It's so bad it's good." "The man who gives into evil opens the door to his own asylum." Grade: C

Kevin Robbins
Kevin Robbins

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