Saturday, January 22, 2011
Slave Girls From Beyond Infinity
Dir: Ken Dixon (Zombiethon)
Starring: Elizabeth Kaitan (Assault of the Killer Bimbos/Vice Academy 3-6)
Brinke Stevens (Slumber Party Massacre/Nightmare Sisters/Scream Queen Hot Tub Party)
So after a week off from reviews I return with this stinker. Slave Girls from Beyond Infinity is really kind of a bore. Daria and Tisa escape from imprisonment on a unnamed planet and make their way through the galaxy upon a space ship until they are pulled into the atmosphere of a nearby planet and they crash land.
Upon arrival Daria finds a Palace where she is greeted by Zed , The owner/leader of the planet and he reunites Daria with her friend Tisa whom she thought did not survive the crash. Zed tells the girls to get dressed and provides them with some new clothes and that they are to meet in the dining room to have a meal with his other guests. The other guests happen to be Shela and her brother Rick who also happened to crash onto Zed's Planet. At first Zed seems like a warm inviting person until during dinner the conversation turns to his hobby of hunting. It seems Zed has a obsession with the thrill of the hunt and he gets great pleasure from killing his prey. After the meal Rick pulls Daria aside to let her know that he does not trust Zed because their fellow crash mates have been turning up missing since they arrived on the planet and he believes Zed is behind this.
Overall: 4 out of 10