Ted V. Mikels Signature Collection [6 Discs] [DVD]

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Special Features

  • Ted's Commentary and more


10 Violent Women
This women's prison drama from exploitation filmmaker Ted V. Mikels concerns female miners who attempt a Vegas jewel heist, only to wind up behind bars. The usual sadistic behavior and shower scenes follow, although this one is a little more tame than one might expect from the director of The Corpse Grinders -- the women even wear underwear in the shower. Mikels makes an appearance as a fence who dies with a high-heeled shoe through the chest, while Sherri Vernon leads the karate-chopping female cast. The film sat on a shelf for four years before its 1982 release. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi

Corpse Grinders II
The Lotus Cat Food Company is up to its old tricks again, and this time some feline visitors from another planet arrive on planet Earth to add an interesting twist to the tale in director Ted V. Michaels belated sequel to the 1972 cult classic The Corpse Grinders. The nephews of the original Lotus Cat Food Company has discovered the secret of their uncles' success, and it's not long before they fire up the old corpse grinding machine and prepare to rake in the cash. There's a new breed of feline in town these days though, and once these man-sized cat-people from outer space acquire a taste of this unique brand of cat food, their preference for flesh may put the entire human race in peril. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi

The Doll Squad
When a Cape Kennedy space mission is interrupted by terrorists, Senator Stockwell (John Carter) turns to a massive computer for an analyzed report of which secret agents to trust with the case. The electronic brain suggests the Doll Squad, a crack team of highly trained female spies who are as beautiful as they are deadly. Their leader, Sabrina Kincaid (Francine York), is sent to round up the girls, but there's a mole in the Senator's organization, and the first two agents she contacts are murdered. Intelligence reports reveal that the head of the terrorist operation is Eamon O'Reilly (Michael Ansara), an ex-government agent and Sabrina's former lover. O'Reilly sends a carrier pigeon to the Senator with instructions to send back secret nuclear weapon plans, and threatens national disaster if he refuses. The mole is rooted out and the location of O'Reilly's secret island hideout is discovered, so Sabrina rounds up the rest of the Doll Squad and the ladies charter a boat. Once on shore, the girls are kidnapped, and O'Reilly explains his nefarious plans to Sabrina: He is going to spread bubonic plague across the civilized world and rule what is left with supreme power. But if she so desires, he'll inoculate her with the antidote and she will reign by his side as Queen. The Doll Squad fights back, using an arsenal of secret weapons, plastic explosives, and their own seductive charms to defeat O'Reilly's henchmen and save the world. ~ Fred Beldin, Rovi

Girl in Gold Boots
Rock & roll mayhem characterizes this swinging 1960s musical that chronicles the adventures of a free-wheeling draft dodger who teams up with a biker and his movie-star-wannabe girl friend and heads for Tinseltown. Once there, the biker goes to meet his sister-the-go-go girl and her boss at the local disco. The manager approves of the aspiring starlet's moves and decides he will replace his drug-addicted lead dancer with her. Meanwhile, a club janitor learns that the biker, the club owner and another are murderous dope pushers. This causes trouble for the actress and the draft dodger. After extricating themselves from danger, the evader decides that he must screw up his courage and do his patriotic duty. Songs include: "Do You Want to Laugh or Cry?" "Hello, Michelle," "One Good Time, One Place," "You Gotta Come Down," "Cowboy Santa," "Minnie Shimmy" and "Strange Things." ~ Sandra Brennan, Rovi

The Corpse Grinders
When the owner of Lotus Cat Food learns that his primary financial backer has pulled out upon completion of their new processing facility, he gets his revenge by stuffing the poor dope into a meat grinder (which looks for all the world like a cardboard box) and packing the end product into the next batch of cat-food cans. Lo and behold, this particular batch flies off the store shelves, coaxing the enterprising fellow to gather up more human cutlets. To this end he convinces a mortician to use his patented pork-flavored embalming fluid, then later packs the preserved bodies off to the grinder (fully dressed!) to make more kitty treats. All goes well until the plan triggers an unforeseen side-effect: the Morrises of the world have suddenly developed a taste for human flesh, and they aren't too finicky about where they get it. This leads to lots of silly scenes of people rolling on the ground shrieking and holding protesting cats to their throats. Grade-Z-quality filmmaking (and darn proud of it) from Ted. V. Mikels, the man responsible for Astro Zombies and Blood Orgy of the She-Devils. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi

Blood Orgy of the She-Devils
Self-made low-budget maven Theodore V. Mikels -- the brains behind such bottom-bill drive-in fare as The Corpse Grinders -- shot much of this tediously tacky mess (also known as Female Plasma Suckers) at his castle-like mansion in California. The castle serves as the base of operations for the lascivious witch queen Mara (the exotic Lila Zaborin) and her coven of curvaceous followers, whose weekend pastimes include, among other things, human sacrifices. The title would seem to suggest a kinky good time for Z-movie buffs, but this one is a real groaner, with static shots, fuzzy post-synched sound and shabby lighting. (Judging by those castle digs, Mikels should have been able to afford better equipment.) The end result is an exploitation movie that doesn't bother to exploit anything. ~ Cavett Binion, Rovi

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