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Up, Up And Away With Those Beautiful Bazooms.
on 2 March 2011
This is probably Meyer's oddest film with a confusing story that I'm not entirely sure made sense, it starts with an Adolf Hitler character getting whipped and pummelled into a sticky climax in more ways than one, then the rest of the film purports to be about looking for the murderer but it's no Agatha Christie novel.
Kitten Natividad narrates the tale wearing a pair of leather boots at the most, we get fleeting glimpses of Elaine Collins, Candy Samples, Su Ling and Foxy Lae but the star of the show is Raven De La Croix, buxom, doe eyed, smouldering but with an odd Bugsy Malone like accent, she's really put through the ringer in this film, beaten, half drowned, stripped, raped, stabbed and she does more running than Ronnie Biggs, fortunately for us, a naked Raven De La Croix running through the woods is something to behold.
There's the odd laugh, a lot of big fake dongs and a bucket load of nudity but this film lacks the spark of earlier Meyer films and it's a shame that Raven didn't get a few more starring roles because, shock horror, she can actually act, unlike some of Meyer's other starlets.
A couple more things, you get two interviews as extras, a charming Raven and Kitten who's always a sweetheart and I'd reccomend buying the Meyer box set rather than individual titles because once you see one Meyer film, you'll want to see tham all.