Bikini Academy 2002 Horror Movie Review
Horror movies Review
Of all of the Fred Olen Ray/Nicholas Medina films produced in the last decade, “The Good, the Bad and the Beautiful” probably the best, in terms of plot, script, acting and humor.
There are quite a few genuine laughs. Evan Stone’s character: “That’s the blacksmith shop, where the blacks and the Smiths used to get together and pound nails.” Beverly Lynne’s character: “Jesus…” Stone: “No, he didn’t like pounding nails.”
The movie isn’t as good as some Medina flicks in terms of sexiness. The actresses aren’t as hot in this one as they are in the others, and the sex is played almost entirely for laughs. Although I must say that the cinematography of the sex scenes is an improvement over most of the rest of the films in this group. One of my biggest complaints about movies of this type is that they never show the females from behind. We actually get a few of those shots in this movie.
This is a two-for-one deal because the DVD also comes packaged with “Babewatch: A Forbidden Parody” on the flip side. (The packaging indicates that the movie is called “Bikini Academy” although I’m not sure why.) And it’s basically unwatchably bad, although each of the female characters disrobes at least once. The only one really worth standing up about, though, is the one who you see in the opening shot: Kelli J. Hoffman. Built like a brick house, and she alone makes it worth watching.