Crazy titles come, and crazy titles go in this industry, and in most cases the story-line never quite matches up to the promises.
No so in this looney tempura which finds Randy West as Prof. Wank, conductor of "Stupid Expeliments," the victim of a telephone pole-sized chopstick implanted squarely up this takeout. It's the work of those sexy, tinsel-wigged Samurai Sluts versed the insclutable oliental plactition of Fukh yu.
Here's a feature that has some uproarious chuckles as detectives Robert Bullock (with a Clouseau identity crisis) and his laconic sidekick Randy Spears enlist Prof. Chu Anne Ginsburg to help track Tracey Adams and her "sruts" to their lair in Don's noodle kitchen. Of course, sex is all part of the cloak and dagger ensemble. The Speers/Adams/Chopstix scene is hilarious.
I'm impressed not so much by the sex but by the imbalanced sense of humor that went into this production, no less aided and abetted by a goofy strobe-orchestrated chop sockey fight that culminates in a one from column a, two from column b orgy.
This makes on of two adult features I've seen this year (the other being Moonlight Entertainment's Case of The Sensuous Sinners) that rates a well deserved encore. Fairly sexy, but very funny.