Synopsis by Robert Firsching
Sharon Kelly, best known to adult-film viewers as "Colleen Brennan," is the only bright spot in this sluggish exploitation film from director Bethel G. Buckalew. Kelly plays "Dirty Sally," a pirate-radio DJ whose mobile broadcasts center around the sounds of herself having sex in her van or talking dirty to her listeners. Subplots focus on a comic-relief sheriff, who makes his idiotic sidekick Sgt. Dimwiddle shine his shoes and give him massages. Dimwiddle also picks his nose and eats what he finds, which is about as funny as this film ever gets. Most of it is softcore bump-and-grind, which sometimes crosses the line into more explicit territory. Actually, it also crosses the line into nausea, since the male cast members tend to be fat hairy slobs with grubby beards and huge rear ends, while most of the females have large, visible Cesarean scars. Slow-moving, unerotic, and stupid, this is a major disappointment from a director who usually manages to entertain and titillate in equal measure.
eroticism, police, radio, sex