Should have been a trilogy,
This review is from: Tales From Crypt: Bordello of Blood [DVD]  [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC] (DVD)
Corey Feldman is still depressed about not being in a film with Corey Haim for a while, so decides to go to a house of pleasure with some friends to relieve all the anxieties.
Turns out its a cut price version of the bar from Dusk Til Dawn, minus Gringos and Salma Hayek.
After a few days, his sister, Virginal Erika Eleniak (great casting), hires Dennis Miller (not famous in the UK) and decides to find out what happened and what is going on.
Turns out Jerry Dandridge is now a priest and wants to get rid of all ill willers, but Lilith has other plans, but her heart needs to be cut in four, and it gets quite confusing.
But to be fair, it's a pretty short film, and it's all good fun while it lasts.
The cast, apart from Sarandon, are all pretty dire, even Feldman, and Miller, whoever he is just spouts out one liners every now and again, but I have this feeling he's a pretty big thing in the States, just like Alan Carr is here (exactley).
If you like films that are easy on the eye, choc full of things for the lads, and never bothering the grey matter, you could do a lot worse than this.
Otherwise, don't bother.