Voluptuous Biker Babes

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Voluptuous Biker Babes

Shot on the original location of the classic Russ Meyer film Faster Pussycat Kill Kill, Director Carlos Batts revisions the original film into a surreal sex odyssey. Three Dance Divas – April (April Flores), Cholita (LA Cholita) and Boom Boom (Bunny de La Cruz) – get lost during their cross country dance tour. In the desolate nowhere lives a deranged and sassy dance cult lead by Pa Fuschia Flores the self proclaimed Diva of the Desert. In a jealous rage Pa Fuschai declares her lost friends her mortal enemies and vows to destroy them in a desert wrestling match.

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Directed by: Carlos Batts
Screenplay by: Carlos Batts & Darklady
Editing by: Octavio Arizala
Starring: April Flores
Music by: hustlePUNCH, BHAV, HELLEBORE 70, Polkadot Cadaver,  Dactyl, Fishnet Stalkers, Horse the Band, DHUNDEE

A Modern Cult Masterpiece

The best way to describe this latest Carlos Batts venture is that it’s kinda like an acid trip mixed with one of John Waters’ earlier movies…I don’t even think they make the right words that would encompass the sheer bizarre/amazingness… – Hotmovies.com

…a trippy combination of “Fear And Loathing in Las Vegas,” “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert,” and – I don’t know – Lucha Libre that features drag queens, desert dance-offs, and the ample talents of April Flores. – Fleshbot.com

A truly eccentric, experimental porn flick from Carlos Batts. Although he pays homage to trashy cult classics like FASTER PUSSYCAT KILL KILL, his vision goes beyond 60s sexploitation cinema. VOLUPTUOUS BIKER BABES plays more like PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT on drugs – with some cutting-edge dance performances thrown in for good measure. The flamboyant visuals should appeal to a multi-sexual audience with a penchant for arthouse porn and chunky girls. – e.orgazmik.com

Voluptuous Biker Babes is the kind of film Russ Meyer might have made if he was working under the stern guidance of a 70’s era John Waters. Ridiculously funny, vividly coloured, delightfully costumed and surprisingly innocent this flick has a strong emphasis on breasts both big and small but, um, especially on the big. Director Carlos Batts is well aware that the best natural breasts come courtesy of generous curves and he knows how to shoot them to perfection. The action is hot and heavy without being hardcore which means that this film can be enjoyed by those who like it soft and sweet just as well as those who prefer it down and dirty. All in all it’s a visual treat and a titillating tribute to the everlasting appeal of a curvalicious bod. – Goodforher.com

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