Released: Oct 01st, 1995
Running Time: 81
Director: Phil M Noir
Company: In-X-Cess Productions
Cast: Mark Davis, Tom Chapman, Becky Sunshine, Tina Tyler, Sandi Beach, Victoria Andrews, Mike Horner, Crystal Wilder, Steve Drake, Nick East
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Although the "Bertolt Brecht Liberation Army" was tragically killed off in the original Passenger 69, Arab terrorists Nick East and Tom Chapman make groovy bad guys in this well-executed homage to really bad action-adventure films.
Director Mike Horner is attempting a shoot in the airport, but it's tough when you're "surrounded by assassins" like difficult star Steve Drake. Newlyweds Sandi Beach (pre-boobjob) and Dave Hardman are waiting for their flight when Sandi recognizes Steve and thoroughly shows him her appreciation of his work. Sunshine and Davis, the only survivors from Part 1, kill time dangling in mid-air (think Batman) with a mini-scene (dildo, tongue, no cock). Becky's in possession of a fertility statue, which Davis uses to cast a sexual spell on Crystal Wilder. Security guard Tina Tyler holds a gun on Mark, Becky and Mike, but Davis manages to disarm her with a three-way (Becky just watches and vibes).
Sly humor coupled with beautiful women will be sure to please the most discriminating adult viewers. Stock heavily alongside the original.