Released: Mar 01st, 1995
Running Time: 81
Director: Buck Adams
Company: Sin City Entertainment
Cast: Rebecca Wild, Kirsty Waay, Damien Mischief, Buck Adams, Sindee Coxx, Tony Tedeschi
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Buck Adams has taken the basics of the Tarzan fable and worked them into this more-than-passable tale of a relative of the Earl of Blackrock who wants his gorilla-man cousin dead so he can inherit the family dough. Alex Sanders plays Zantar (for those who like scrambled word puzzles), who has about as many lines as Miles O'Keefe had in the Bo Derek disaster. Adams, of course, plays the evil Earl with Sindee Coxx in the thankless role of his submissive wife. (Her dialogue is done entirely in a monotone voice-over).
Rebecca Wild is Buck's lascivious sister - oops; no Buck/Becky steamy liaisons here! -- and Brittany O'Connell and Felecia play lusty maids. The latter has a particularly good girl/girler with Ms. Wild -- but since when has Felecia done a bad girl/girler?
Tony Tedeschi employs his talent for accents as one of the two guides who Adams has paid to knock off Zantar -- but not before Tony, companion Damien Mischief and Kirsty Waay (who just drops in) do a pretty intense threeway. And Wild also gets some lesbo loving from cute little Brittany.
The silent Mr. Sanders gets both Rebecca (in a dream sequence) and Sindee, in the end (the feature's, not hers). There are a few good performances here, notably Tedeschi in the supporting area and Buck, who always gives life to his characters. The unusual box, featuring Sanders swinging through the trees, should attract customer interest.