Synopsis by Robert Firsching
In this inept exploitation film, two men (Sean Laney, Jon Woods) kidnap several women and force them to take part in staged sexual fantasies in a secluded warehouse. The first woman must make love to a supposedly disfigured man in an iron mask, the second undergoes a mock sacrifice to an Indian god, and the third is interrogated by an officer of a Nazi-like foreign army. The film was produced by exploitation veteran Ron Sullivan, who went on to direct adult films as Henri Pachard, and the cinematography was by future action director Arthur Marks. This crude black-and-white entry is neither entertaining nor especially graphic, containing only a handful of brief topless scenes and very light, giggling bondage. The entire thing resembles a burlesque version of a Jaycees' haunted house, and director John Maddox did much better as a cinematographer on such acclaimed documentaries as Monterey Pop.
disfigurement, fantasy, kidnapping, sacrifice, sex, sexual-fantasy