Released: May 01st, 1988
Running Time: 85
Director: Max Schenck
Company: Riviera Productions
Cast: Don Fernando, Viper (I), Shauna McCullough, Gayle Sterling, Alicia Monet, Mike Homer, Jon Martin, Long Chainy, Billy Dee
Critical Rating: AAA
Quick storyline: Bonnie & Clyde (Sterling and Dee) are on the lam and hole up at the spread of Farmer John and his sister Irma (Long Chainy and McCullough) whereupon they're joined by other famous gangsters of the era.
When you try to cram as many players into an octagon as this, you generally wind up with quick turnstyle mass transit sex. Such is the case here as the camera feels compelled to jump on every conceivable erotic opportunity at the drop of a gun and move on as quickly.
Hence, Gayle Sterling, who readily excels as the definitive slut-type (and the best in the business at it), doesn't get enough sustained air time to tie things together as Bonnie Parker in this gangsters and molls sendup. Sterling's brand of brusque femininity is more of what this playlet needs. The same basically goes for Alicia Monet whose scenes with Dee and later Sterling don't get enough buildup.
Still, the cast is chemically well-paired and the script sparkles with enough Rag Time to suggest some serious effort into making a good sexvid.
The dark horse performance is Long Chainy's. He doesn't get into any sex scenes but does hysterical Dwight Frye facial contortions. Nice packaging.