Race-car driver Blaine Striker grows concerned about his younger brother, a student at a medical school on the Caribbean island of St. Heron. General Turner has led a violent coup on this ... See full summary »
An updated version of the classic horror tale by Edgar Allen Poe. Ryan and his girlfriend Molly are going to visit Ryan's uncle, Roderick Usher, at his mansion. They find, however, that ... See full summary »
An innocent group of college girls become the pawns in a deadly game of revenge when a South American cocaine baron retaliates against the chief of an American intelligence agency for jailing his son on drug charges.
In 1747, an imprisoned Scottish nobleman, hunky Richard Abdee, is auctioned off as a slave on a British Caribbean colony of St. Joseph's. The island is controlled by debauched French and British sugar plantation owners, who use African slaves to cut their sugarcane, while vile Captain Shanks, the owner of a slave ship, keeps an eye on them. Abdee quickly becomes the love interest of two women - the governor's sexpot daughter, Arabella, and his master's repressed wife, Honore Juno, whom he also fancies. When Abdee is caught in bed with Juno, he's given 100 lashes with the dreaded "dragonard" whip. This sentence is meant to be fatal but Abdee survives with the help of sympathetic brothel owner Naomi. He then joins a slave revolt to try and put an end to the island's era of savage whippings. Shot back to back with its direct sequel, Master of Dragonard Hill (1987), that's based on the second book in the long-running Dragonard series of novels.Written by
dinky-4 of Minneapolis
Well, yeah, OK, it's overall not that great of a film, but it does have Patrick Warburton, that hunky stud, stripped to the waist for most of the film, and in a peak moment, having his broad back and muscular shoulders mercilessly lashed for what seems to be an hour but is probably only like four or five minutes. Oh, Puddy!
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