Thursday, December 8, 2011

Phil's B-Movie Madness: Phil watches SLAVE GIRLS FROM BEYOND INFINITY (1987)-December 8, 2011

I felt like keeping my B-movie theme going for tonight. Plus I was in the mood to watch the beautiful Elizabeth Kaitan again. So for tonight's second feature, I traveled into space (and back to the mid-1980s) to watch SLAVE GIRLS FROM BEYOND INFINITY.

Theatrical Movie Poster (1987)
In the distant future, two young slaves Daria (Elizabeth Kaitan) and Tisa (Cindy Beal) escape from a space gulag only to crash on a nearby planet. There they meet Zed (Don Scribner), who offers them shelter. At dinner they meet another stranded couple: brother Rik (Carl Horner) and sister Shala (Brinke Stevens). However Zed's real plan is reveled: he turns the girls and another guests loose in his jungle preserve to serve as his prey in a sadistic man hunt. Armed only with knives and their wits, the girls must battle their way across the jungle to a hidden arms cache before Zed catches and kills them both.

Again, like the previous film, it's just a wonderful excuse to switch off your brain and have fun! Kaitan is great in the film and looks so beautiful in her slave costume. But when she is clothed in her sexy lingerie outfit, I thought I was going to explode! Remember I was a teenager when this film came out, so basically I was a walking hormone with feet. Now throw in the great Brinke Stevens being held down by giant cardboard robots butt naked on a well lit table, well let's just say I took a lot of cold showers back then. However, despite being a low budget film, the sets look very cool and the costumes (bikinis for the ladies) were awesome! The film should be viewed by pre-pubescent boys everywhere!

The film was co-written and directed by Ken Dixon, who, like Rosenberg, never made another film after this one. And like her, Dixon inadvertently created a bona fide cult classic that really sums up everything that was so great about watching B-movies from the 80s. The film was released to theaters by Charles Band's Urban Classics on September 18, 1987.

SLAVE GIRLS FROM BEYOND INFINITY is classic B-movie fun for the whole family! Granted that your family is asleep and you snuck downstairs to watch this movie with the lights off and the volume turned downed low. So have fun and don't get grounded!

SLAVE GIRLS FROM BEYOND INFINITY is currently available on DVD. To purchase a copy, visit the Amazon website at

Thanks for reading, and enjoy the show!

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