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6 Degrees Entertainment

'Mustang Sally's Horror House'
(E.G. Daily, Mark Parrish, et al / DVD / NR / (2006) 2007 / MTI Home Ent.)

Overview: This is the story of six college friends while planning on fulfilling their desires get a lot more than they bargained for. They decide to visit a house of ill-repute where they hear the girls are to die for!

DVD Verdict: Wow, if you're looking for a movie jam packed with enough super hot ladies to boil your temp right off the charts, this is the killer one for you! Director Iren Koster has cast some incredible lookin' girls here (although for the complete effect he forgot to make them take their clothes off while having sex!) in this horror movie, B-style, of course!

The basic (oh, so basic) story is that a group of guys decide to spend all their money at a whorehouse that happens to be populated with whores (that donít take their clothes off during sex - did I mention that already?!) ... and also happen to be rape victims turned revenge killers!

The story begins with Josh (Mark Parrish) raving on about how all his best friends have just got slaughtered by the aforementioned super hot prostitutes, before going back in time to show how the man survived the whole ordeal.

The trouble here is that Parrish is not a good actor, somewhat bubble-headed, very inconsistent in his whole method. Most all the other actors were OK. Garrison Koch who played Luke was a scene-stealer, and Mustang Sally herself, Elizabeth Daily was also pretty solid. The cinematography was also pretty good, very colorful in fact, and the audio was killer! This is a Widescreen Presentation (1.85:1) enhanced for 16x9 TVs.