Heiress Lisa Carson, girlfriend to Bruce Wayne, is kidnapped by the Riddler. A call on the bat-phone summons Batman and Robin to police headquarters. A flick of the switch hidden in a bust ...
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Heiress Lisa Carson, girlfriend to Bruce Wayne, is kidnapped by the Riddler. A call on the bat-phone summons Batman and Robin to police headquarters. A flick of the switch hidden in a bust of Shakespeare, the wall opens up and it's, "To the bat-poles". "Atomic batteries to power, turbines to speed", the bat-mobile roars out of the bat-cave and the familiar animated titles roll. It's all here in this parody of the 60's TV series, Alfred, Commissioner Gordon, and Chief O'Hara along with a trio of arch-villains, Joker, Catwoman, and the Riddler. There's even the obligatory celebrity poking his head out a window as the Dynamic Duo scale the side of a building. But this is a porn parody, so there's also lots of hostage-on-villain, villain-on-crimefighter, and crimefighter-on-crimefighter sex. Cringe as Lisa "negotiates" with her captor for better accommodations . Marvel as the Caped Crusader does the Bat-tusi at a discotheque before succumbing to a scopolamine mickey in his fresh-squeezed ...Written by
What can one say? It's a porn. People have sex. A lot of sex. But the producers of this film paid a lot of attention to churning out the best damn 1960's-type Batman porn ever. The actors look great, the costumes are fantastic, and the whole production has the feel of the original. Except for the genitalia -- Adam West never whipped his out. I couldn't stop giggling through the whole production. Sadly, the whole question of whether or not Robin is gay is left unanswered, but his bisexuality has yet to be explored. Perhaps in a sequel?
A worthy addition to any college frat DVD library or a lover of the truly bizarre. Give it a look.
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