Curse of Pirate Death (2006)
Directed by Dennis Devine
Writing credits Jeremiah Campbell Steve Jarvis
Denisse Bon.... Cheyenne
Tiffany Bordelon.... Cindy
Sally Dalton.... Heather
Syn DeVil.... Amber/Female Pirate
Elizabeth DiPrinzio.... Angie
Stacy Michelle Gold.... Mandy
Monte Hunter.... Jack
Ron Jeremy.... Professor Jackson
A bunch of teens decide to mess with an undead pirate. Their teacher pushes them to check out their family roots and go dig for buried treasure. Since most of this desert town was founded by pirates, (and we all know pirates sailed their mighty ships deep into arid wastelands), the teens probably descended from one or two of them. Hopefully their desert pirate blood will boil and they’ll find the hidden treasure of Pirate Death. But the curse of Pirate Death brings, well, death to anyone who steals from him. Many halfwits will bleed gallons of blood as Pirate Death takes a few hundred stabs at them for stealing his gold.
If you were ever confused about what the phrase “B-movie” meant, look no further than “Curse of Pirate Death”. It will clear that problem right up for you. Basically the cast wanders around the desert, picks up some pieces of treasure and then a big zombie pirate, (who’s seen too many “Leprechaun” movies), attacks them while his obnoxious metal soundtrack blasts in your eardrum. When you hear metal, it’s killing time.
The legend of Pirate Death tells the students that his treasure is buried under an orange tree by a big white wall. This area is known as “Pirate Point”. Now you may be wondering what a big white wall is doing in the middle of the desert or how a big white wall even got into the pirate legend in the first place. If you are wondering this, you don’t want to see this movie. “Curse of Pirate Death” is only looking for flimsy excuses to throw blood on pretty girls. Having teens get massacred by a big white wall makes as much sense as having them get slaughtered anywhere else.
Speaking of pretty girls, there are plenty here to share in the blood spilling duties. Only one of them gets naked though. Once again Syn DeVil comes through for the B-movie fans out there and gets topless on many occasions. That kind of dedication warms my heart and other areas. The rest of the women stay clothed until their eventual demise. Shame, shame. I was kind of hoping the teacher was going to do something naughty with her students. She had Syn right where she wanted her but was content to just tickle her. More shame.
On the plus side, “Curse of Pirate Death” hums right along and doesn’t cause too many brain aneurysms. It’s cheap and ridiculous but pretty standard as cheap and ridiculous B-movie’s go. It’s got plenty of blood and lots of screaming women. So if you’re looking for a cheap and ridiculous movie with lots of blood spilling and screaming women, “Curse of Pirate Death” may be worth a look. If you need more from your B-flicks, (like coherence, lucidity, more than one naked woman), you can let this one go.
SCORE: 1.5 out of 4 swashbuckling Syns