Alfonso Brescia (as Al Bradley)
starring: Lucretia Love · Lincoln Tate · Paola Tedesco ·
Mirta Miller · Genia Woods · Benito Stefanelli
Alfonso Brescia - best known by his alias 'Al Bradley' - died at age 71
in Rome, June 2001. He was a workhorse director, responsible for more
than fifty motion pictures during Italy's Golden Era. Many of his films
- like BEAST IN SPACE - were notably awful, yet they were almost always
entertaining. Sometimes in his productions, magic happened resulting in
cinematic wonder. BATTLE OF THE AMAZONS (Amazzoni:
Donne D'Amaore e Di Guerra) is such a film... an exceptional guilty
pleasure than sparkles as exploitation gold.
In an ancient civilization,
a tribe of amazon women control their turf by enslaving men, using them
for brute labor and mating purposes. Males are regarded as worthless.
A male warrior named Zeno trespasses into Amazon territory where he finds
and seduces a female. He is soon captured (while making love) and the
poor girl is tortured to death. After toiling as a slave, Zeno manages
to escape and finds safety in a peaceful farming community. But one thing
leads to another, and the Amazons soon invade the tiny village, kidnapping
young women in the process. Zeno helps the survivors organize and plan
an attack on the vicious Amazons.
Italian film; widescreen format (16:9), uncut version (93 min.), English
language, DVD encoded for ALL REGION NTSC WORLD FORMAT, playable on any
American machine. Extras include theatrical trailers.
Intended for Mature Audiences