promoted as an After-Hours sex comedy ("The service is fast...and
their customers always come first" and "What they do after hours
is their business" and "They can't wait for their next hot date"),
this is decidedly NOT a free-wheeling, cutie-tart
sex romp. Not by a long shot. Rather, here is a gritty, mean-spirited
crime thriller featuring a mysterious psychopath raping and killing pretty
waitresses just for the fun of it. William Smith is quite good as the
investigating detective and Dyanne Thorne is breathtaking as one of the
first victims. Interestingly, this film was also released under the equally
misleading title Eager Beavers.
is an early project for Dyanne Thorne, made shortly after BLOOD
SABBATH and a couple months before her Ilsa franchise kicked-off
SHE WOLF OF THE SS. Today, Dyanne is an ordained minister and
founder of the International Science of Mind Prayer. Miss Thorne, now
in her early 70s, owns a wedding chapel service on the strip in Las Vegas
with her musician husband Howard Mauer.
filmmaker Gus Trikonis is best known as a television director. Since the
early '80s, he helmed more than 100 TV projects including most episodes
of Baywatch and the New Twilight Zone. However, he began
his show business career as an actor, landing the role of Indigo for West
Side Story (1961). His first job as a director was for the 1969 biker
movie Five The Hard Way. That same year he married Goldie Hawn
(they were divorce 6 years later). Mr Trikonis retired from the Industry
American film, in English language; widescreen format (16:9),
uncut (88 minutes), extras include trailers.
DVD encoded for All Region NTSC World Format.
Sexual Themes/Nudity/Sexual Brutality/Drugs/Rape
for Mature Audiences