In the distant future, Daria (Elizabeth Kaitan) and Tisa (Cindy Beal) – two buxom airhead bimbos in leather bikinis – are inmates on an intergalactic prison ship.
They manage to escape and steal a spaceship but crash-land it on a beach on an uncharted jungle planet next door to a sex pirate named Zed (Don Scribner) who lives in a castle and hunts down nubile young airhead bimbos just for fun. Whoops!
Giant robots show the girls to their rooms and help them into their chiffon lingerie and bikini swimwear, except then it’s time to come down to dinner in black cocktail dresses and try to figure out why Zed keeps bringing home bloody bags full of human heads.
Finally, Zed chains the girls up and tells them they will be tomorrow’s lunch.
“You can’t do this!” shouts slave girl Tisa. “Life is too precious to be killed for sport!” “It’s a cold cosmos,” says Zed.
Seven breasts. Ten dead bodies. Heads roll. Bimbo torture. Gratuitous zombie attacks. Kung Fu. Android Fu. Dart Fu. Laser crossbow Fu.
Drive-In Academy Award nominations for Elizabeth Kaitan as slavegirl Daria for saying, “Have you checked those hyperspace landing coordinates?”; Don Scribner as the evil Zed for holding a human head in his hands and saying, “We all have different needs”; Brinke Stevens as slavegirl Shayla for saying “If you don’t let me go, my brother will kill you”; and Cindy Beal as slavegirl Tisha for letting the only map of the jungle fall out of her bra strap and saying “We might as well face the fact that we’re dealing with a maniac” and “Fate is certainly a twisted tapestry”.
Released in the US on a double bill with Creepozoids.