If there was ever a Cheeseball Cinema Hall Of Fame, Russ Meyer would be in there alongside Lloyd Kaufman. Russ was the king of Sexploitation films in the mid 60′s to late 70s making films that over-exaggerate on everything with real campy humor. What we have here is the film Supervixens which was released in 1975 that he wrote, produced, directed, photographed, and edited himself. The film follows a mechanic named Clint (Charles Pitts), who is married to the hottest girl in his neighborhood, but gets screwed over. Clint is constantly getting accused of cheating, by his nymphomaniac wife Angel (Shari Eubank) until he can longer take it. When he tries to tell her where to go, she viciously attacks him and he gets the cops called on him. One of the cops Harry Sledge (played by the late Charles Napier) decides he likes Clint’s old lady so he puts the moves on her. When he can’t satisfy her, she makes fun of him which results in Sledge killing her. Now, to cover up his tracks, Sledge blames the whole thing on Clint which forces him to be on the run in a wild sexual adventure.
The film also stars Uschi Digard (Ilsa, Harem Keeper of the Oil Sheiks ), the late and beautiful Haji (Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill!), Deborah McGuire (The Godson), and Sharon Kelly (Ilsa, Harem Keeper of the Oil Sheiks). I decided to review this film for Cheeseball Cinema because of the fact that I found out Haji had died a couple days ago. If your expecting an Oscar award winning film, then I have no idea why you even clicked on this because you won’t find it here. The film like I said above over-exaggerates on everything from Penis sizes to sex being one of the big themes besides big breasted women (which Meyers loved). Sex is one of the most over-exaggerated elements in this film that Russ Meyer tries to make it not so taboo like it is in Europe. Russ actually does a terrific job handling all the duties himself when he was making this film which makes him a true auteur. On a scale of 1 being close to an A-List film and 5 being the cheesiest film of all time, I am giving this film a 5. If you can find it, then check it out if you dare.