Directed by: Doris Wishman
Starring: Chesty Morgan, Harry Reems, Greg Reynolds, Saul Meth, Phillip Stahl
MPAA Rating: Unrated
Distributed by: Image Entertainment
Release Date: July 3, 2012
Running Time: 221 minutes
Our Score: 3.5 out of 5 stars
Ok so if you are asking yourself, why we are reviewing this Blu-ray, my answer will be…have you see the cover image? Plus the Blu-ray has a tagline of “To See Them is to Disbelieve Them!”. Of course that is referring to Chesty Morgan’s 73-inch (real) breasts. This release comes with not one bur three Something Weird Films for the first time on Blu-ray. I mean if you going to watch 73-inch breasts they need to be in HD right? If you come in with expectations low and looking to get some great laughs this release is a fun romp and a great conversation piece if nothing else.
This film included the follow films: “Deadly Weapons”, which features Chesty Morgan (credited as just Zsa Zsa) attacks the mob with well…her 73-inch breasts! Chesty then returns as “Double Agent 73″, get the pun?, who busts up a drug ring with the aid of a camera implanted in one of her breasts. But the camera is also a time bomb making her boob… well, booby trapped! Lastly “The Immoral Three” follows the three daughters of the spy mom who must avenge her death in order to collect a three-million-dollar inheritance. No Chesty Morgan in this one unfortunately.
The Blu-ray presentation is great, especially for films show in the early 70′s. The 1080p transfer is mostly clear and sharp, besides the terrible focusing issues these films have. The audio includes a DTS HD Master Audio Stereo track, which plays well with the badly dubbed voices. There are also a few short but decent special features. Doris Wishman is the cult director of all three films included here and this comes with a “Doris Wishman Trailer Show” showcasing her cult classics. Lastly there is a Gallery of Doris Wishman Exploitation Art. Worth checking out if you enjoy these films.