Virgins of Sherwood Forest
Pat Siciliano, Charles Band (executive) for Twilight Movies, Surrender Cinema/Full Moon
directed by Cybil Richards
starring Gabriella Hall, Shannan Leigh, Amber Newman, Dave Roth (= Brian Heidik), Jay Stewart (= Jason Schnuit), John Lopez (= Ken Davitian), Micah Bradshaw, Burke Morgan, Herb Garden, David Usher, Saran Kolankaya, Ford Mandalay (= Thomas Vozza), Susan Hale (= Darby Daniels), Lawrence H.Toffler, Everett Rodd, Carolyn Grayber
written by Louise Monclair, music by Strings Brothers Productions
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Roberta (Gabriella Hall) is to direct the new music video of arrogant
pop sensation Alvin (Dave Roth), but when he at the last minute wants to
change the set from a Western- to a Robin Hood-team, Roberta is ready to
quit her job ... instead though, she's knocked out in an accident and
wakes up in Sherwood Forest during the times of Robin Hood. She finds
Robin a self-centered and arrogant idiot who looks too much like Alvin
(and is thus also played by Dave Roth), but Little John (Jay Stewart), a
very humble man, really agrees to her ... so when Robin throws one of his
big parties, Roberta sneaks off with John to have a bit of sex, and while
the two of them are at it, the new Sheriff of Nottingham (Shannan Leigh),
who's the splitting image of Roberta's right-hand woman Nina, kidnaps
Robin and his merry men. To free them, Roberta and John collect a handful
of merry women, and they free Robin and company in no time and defeat the
Sheriff of Nottingham, too. Then Roberta is knocked out once more and
wakes up in the real world again - but the whole experience has made her a
better person, and as a reward she finds the splitting image of Little
John in our world.
Basically, this is just a bunch of softcore
sex scenes (hardly anything beyond topless nudity) tied together by a weak
but intentionally silly story - and it's played for laughs. Truth though
it the jokes in this film are of a hit-or-miss quality, and of the whole
cast, only Amber Newman (playing one of Roberta's merry women) seems to
have a natural talent for comedy. I don't want to complain too much
though, there are some laughs in here at least, but as a whole it's hardly
more than your run-of-the-mill sex comedy.