For those of you who enjoyed The Lethal Ladies Collection, I have great news. Shout! Factory has released another triple feature of adult themed b-movie action with Lethal Ladies 2. That’s right you get more “lethal” over the top late night movie action served up not once, not twice but three times.
If you think you got your fill with the first set, you are wrong, the films contained in this set are just as good as the first. The are…
Kidnapped by Roman soldiers, four beautiful women must battle for their lives in The Arena . . . while attempting to beat the Romans at their own game. Starring Pam Grier and Margaret Markov (The Hot Box and Black Mama, White Mama with Grier). Directed by Steve Carver (Big Bad Mama and Capone).
Cover Girl Models
They’re fast. They’re beautiful. They’re deadly . . . they have to be. A fashion photography assignment teams three American models and inadvertently plunges them into the mystery and danger of international espionage in Cover Girl Models. When an invaluable roll of microfilm is sewed into one of the girls’ fashion gowns, they are drawn into the violence and intrigue of a spy-vs.-counterspy conspiracy. Starring Tara Strohmeier (The Great Texas Dynamite Chase), Pat Anderson (TNT Jackson), Lindsay Bloom (H.O.T.S.) and Vic Diaz.
A group of martial arts assassins board a passenger plane. Once in the air, the group terrorizes the passengers and insists that the plane be rerouted to another destination. But they picked the wrong plane to hijack, as these stewardesses don’t just serve meals and beverages — their hands and feet are lethal weapons! Starring Pat Anderson (Cover Girl Models), Lenore Kasdorf (Missing In Action) and Vic Diaz.
As I mentioned with the first Lethal Ladies collection, these movies are very “adult” (again, in content not story), so I would not pick these up for the kids.
Any of the three would be worth owning on their own, but Shout! Factory has wisely packaged them together, for a cheesy action packed triple feature. Order your copy from either Amazon or Shout! Factory.
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