Voyeur.Com

  • 2000
  • 1 HR 40 MIN
  • R
  • Horror

Big Brother is not only watching but slashing in this shot-on-video gore movie inspired by reality television shows. Slackers Frank (Adam Weiner) and Alex (Travis Shakespeare) pool their limited incomes and dirty minds to create a can't-miss website: Guided by computer geek Randy, (Ryan Boone) the boys plan to install a hook-up into a house full of girls....read more

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Reviewed by Robert Pardi

Big Brother is not only watching but slashing in this shot-on-video gore movie inspired by reality television shows. Slackers Frank (Adam Weiner) and Alex (Travis Shakespeare) pool their limited incomes and dirty minds to create a can't-miss website: Guided by computer geek Randy, (Ryan Boone) the boys plan to install a hook-up into a house full of girls. They market the site to lonely subscribers eager to pleasure themselves, promoting it as an auto-erotic aid. Exhibitionists and would-be actresses willing to do just about anything for free room and board converge at Frank and Alex's audition. They sign up pot-head Jennifer (Keri-Anne Telford), lesbian Ricci (Tawnya Richardson), bitchy Heidi (Vanessa Nachtmann) and the inexperienced Mary (Jena Romano), who seems much too uptight for this gig involving nudity. Unfortunately, the horny entrepreneurs aren't the only ones who like half-clad bimbos, and someone starts stalking the nubile cuties. Jennifer and Ricci invite two doped-up studs back to the house, much to the consternation of possessive Frank and Alex; after they've evicted the interlopers, a mysterious, sexually frustrated psycho starts killing the website's live-in lovelies. The babes can shower and jiggle and exercise, but they can't run and hide from the butcher. Surely the psychopath can't be mousy Mary, who's the only housemate who rejects sexual overtures and has a history of molestation issues. Jennifer leaves with the potheads and Randy is working at another location, but distance may not save them from the maniac's blade. A peep show posing as a horror picture, this film is neither erotic nor scary and features more extraneous shots of the Los Angeles freeway than any movie since Ed Wood's notorious GLEN OR GLENDA (1953). Nothing deflects attention from the predator's "surprise" identity, which is obvious from the start.

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