Saturday, April 26, 2008


I have been going through my files and recently rediscovered the films of William Hellfire. I did an interview with Bill a while back and will run it here, but first I thought I would get some reviews of some of his work up here. I just reviewed VAMPIRE STRANGLER for a couple of other sites so I'm going to leave that one out for now and will put up links to those when they hit. In the mean time, let's get this party started with...

BIKINI GIRLS ON DINOSAUR PLANET (Seduction Cinema 2005 Unrated.

Zoe Moonshine and Ruby LaRocca play space travelers checking out the prehistoric life forms on a planet. A planet of nothing but farting dinosaurs and lesbian cave girls. Director William Hellfire seems out of his normal elements of shocking cinema in such a tame endeavor. Zoe Moonshine is a delight to watch on screen and having recently interviewed her can attest to the fact that she’s a delight to talk to as well. Well, sort of we did the interview via email, but she comes across as very personable. Misty Mundae is there, but she seems lost in this sea of naked women. Tina Krause is as always, quite gorgeous to look at and well, except for the overweight Lily Tiger, all the girls are extremely hot. Looking for a complex storyline of a superior alien race studying the primitive rituals of a society of cave people? Forget it and just relax and watch the simulated sex. Best scene in the movie is when Ruby LaRocca plops head first into a huge pile of dinosaur doody and stays there for a very long time. I thought she might have died for a moment there. I asked director Hellfire about that stunt and he said they made the mud out of chocolate cake mix and Ruby just took the fall like a trooper.

As is the norm for Seduction, the disc is packed with extras. Besides the prerequisite ton of trailers and the new thing that Seduction is doing with these retro peep shows, we get another movie. Don’t get excited. It’s the lame ass Bikini Goddesses (1994) directed by former porn director David DeCoteau. His film comes with a completely unnecessary commentary that just adds to the dullness of the picture. I would have rather heard what William Hellfire had to say about his flick than this boring bastard droning on about his movie. Misty fans will all buy this and most other people will avoid it like the plague. That’s too bad because it comes across as a true throwback to the threadbare exploitation films of the 60’s and 70’s. Not Bikini Goddesses, but the other one. The good one with Misty in it.

The one thing that irritates me about this flick is that cover. All true Misty fans and aficionados know that is not her body. Why Seduction Cinema continues to photoshop Misty is beyond me. We like the girl in the movies, not some weird, fake chick that seems to be the norm for all of her more current releases. That said, I think this film does convey a real sense of nostalgia of the nudie cuite era.

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