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Sunday, November 05, 2006

"Midnight Tease" review

Midnight Tease (1994)

Directed by Scott P. Levy
Writing credits Daniella Purcell

Lisa Boyle .... Samantha (as Cassandra Leigh)
Justin Carroll .... Dr. Saul (as Edmund Halley)
Rachel Reed .... Amy
Stephanie Champlin .... Tiffany (as Stephanie Sumers)
Ashlie Rhey .... Mantra (as Ashley Riley)

"Midnight Tease" just might be the greatest stripper movie of all time. Before your brain is even aware that you've started the movie, there will be naked breasts dancing in front of your eyes. "Midnight Tease" does not waste time. Oh, you say you wanted a stripper movie? Bingo. You got it.

Cassandra Leigh, (Lisa Boyle), might also be the greatest stripper of all time. "Midnight Tease" shows off her unmatched stripping power. I can't decide which stripping scene I liked better. Was it the little girl outfit stripping scene, (complete with over-sized lollipop), or the bride and groom dominatrix scene? Decisions, decisions...

"Midnight Tease" is about strippers stripping. There's some story about insanity, nightmares, abuse and murdered strippers but its all just filler until the next naked stripper. Each girl gets to have a three to five minute stripping scene complete with costume and theme music. Wait till you hear the song blasting over the cop stripping scene. "Say hello to Officer Pretty…From the Precinct of Lust!" This party is on.

SCORE: 2 out of 4 strippers stripping

3 comments:

Michael Whiteacre said...

Lisa Boyle was another interesting character. I liked her a lot. Her first role was in Earth Girls Are Easy, as she told me when I interviewed her over dinner and margaritas at Acapulco on Sunset, just down the street from Crazy Girls. Back in those days I had a new-fangled laser printer, and I remember I re-typed and updated my resume for her. She swung by my place one morning to pick it up. As for Midnight Tease, it's not much of a movie. Shot on a standing set at Roger Corman's Venice studio (since sold). I knew a few of the girls in it, and dated one, and apparently it was not a happy production. As for my romance, it all ended dreadfully. Lisa is now a successful, and talented photographer. As a model, she moved in front of the camera better than anyone I ever saw.

Dr. Gore (drgore@hotmail.com) said...

Lisa Boyle is another B-movie babe that has saved many dire movies from the abyss. I wouldn't say "Midnight Tease" was bad but it would be worthless without the beautiful strippers.

I assume you meant to write that you retyped her resume for her rather than your own resume. Unless she was going to get you a job somewhere.

So now I am left to guess which girl you romanced. It most likely wasn't Lisa Boyle or you would have mentioned it. Was it Stephanie Sumers? Did you take her out for apple martini's? Did she dump you at the Ivy? Inquiring minds want to know. If not a name, how about an amusing tale of life with a Midnight Tease woman.

Michael Whiteacre said...

Yes, it was Miss Boyle's resume. No remotely entertaining stories, I'm afraid. I have had quarrels at The Ivy, unfortunately, but not with a cast member of Midnight Tease. One was with the star of one of the episodes of yhd Hershe Highway franchise, however.