The women of Pretty Cool, a 2001 softcore offering from indy
auteur Rolfe Kenefsky. He began his career doing a
horror spoof which showed some promise (nearly 6.0 at IMDb).
His more recent work has been more like Troma stuff or
softcores, sometimes writing for himself, sometimes for other
directors. This is one of his better works of the new
millennium, a bit of entertaining juvenilia. It's kind of a
re-working of Zapped, about a teen boy who can control others
with his mind. Needless to say, he causes a lot of nudity.
in Six-Pack Annie. Lindsay was kind of a rogue Miss USA
who followed up her pageant career with a decade or so in
drive-in movies. Later in her career, she had some success in
legit TV, as Mike Hammer's faithful factotum, Velda.
in Shadow Walkers. She looks great and has a killer chest,
but she's not really an actress. She's a stunt woman and stunt
co-ordinator. As for the movie: the IMDb score of 2.5 speaks
volumes. That score would fit nicely into the career of my
personal hero, Lawrence the Cable Installation Engineer.
- (3.01) -
Delta Farce (2007)
- (2.71) -
Larry the Cable Guy: Health Inspector (2006)
- (2.43) -
Witless Protection (2008)