Released: Jul 01st, 1989
Running Time: 88
Director: Henri Pachard
Company: Executive Video
Cast: Jon Martin, Bionca (I), Rick Savage, Scott Irish, Nina Hartley, Rene Morgan, Porsche Lynn, Joey Silvera, Lynn LeMay, Robert Bullock
Critical Rating: AAA 1/2
Another entry in the Debbie series starring Nina Hartley, this has got to be the goofiest one yet. Our poor heroine lost her husband in the last episode, so she's resorted to finding his spirit through a medium/channeler (Porsche Lynn). The only channel that Debbie experiences is a psychic/physical bond with Lynn.
Meanwhile, back at the mad scientists lab, Dr. Finetush (Bullock) and his assistant Igor (Savage doing Eugene Levy doing Peter Lorre) are attempting to revive female corpses in search of the finest behind in the world. Are you following this? The good doctor's research grant is provided by two hooded white rapmasters called the Boos Brothers, who sample each robotized body carnally.
It doesn't make a lot of sense, but Night Of The LIving Debbies is imbued with more raunchy, spaced-out fun than a Dark Bros. production, which it resembles. The scenes stand out, and it's loaded with cheesey sets, electrical equipment and outrageous sound effects, all maximized to the hilt. Debbie's eventual sexual meeting with the looney doc is a bit disappointing, but this vid has wackiness and intense eroticism that overrides the loose ends. Nice packaging helps make it a winner.