The A-feature of this "Bikini" double feature, BIKINI GIRLS ON DINOSAUR PLANET (2005), is another Misty softcore lesbian romp, this time with the added value of really cool stop motion dinosaurs animated by Brett Piper (BITE ME!, THE SCREAMING DEAD). The plot – if one can call it that – is even more basic than that of its companion feature: two hot chicks from the future travel to the prehistoric past to watch sex-crazed cavegirls grope each other in the mud.
Directed by William Hellfire, and also starring starlets Zoe Moonshine and Ruby LaRocca, DINOSAUR PLANET is your typical Seduction Cinema release, with no story, bad acting, lots of pseudo lesbian groping and shoestring production values. I did like the dinosaurs, though. They have a kind of cartoony design that's quite appealing and reminiscent of Jim Danforth's creatures in the 1981 ringo Starr comedy, CAVEMAN. I wish there had been more of them.
Greek mythology plays a tenuous part in BIKINI GODDESSES (1994), the disc's B-feature.
"Ellen Cabot's" (aka David DeCoteau, SORORITY BABES IN THE SLIMEBALL BOWL-A-RAMA) GODDESSES is your basic late-night Skinemax fare: an American college kid is shipped off to spend the Summer with his father in Greece. While exploring some ruins, he releases three hot demigoddesses who just can't get enough of sex and sunbathing.
It's well-made, as these kind of films go, and the women are gorgeous – and frequently naked. Director DeCoteau even provides a somewhat dry commentary track on the making of the film, which was shot on location in Greece.
EI/Seduction Cinema's disc includes both features, presented full-frame. DINOSAUR PLANET was shot on video, so the transfer is sharp and flawless. GODDESSES appears to have been shot on cheap film stock, and is therefore a little grainy. Doesn't look bad, though. For bonus material, there's the above-mentioned commentary track on GODDESSES, a "Vintage Nudie Peepshow," and trailers for other Seduction Cinema releases.
Hey, what can I say? If this is what you like, you'll like this.