Long, frizzy-haired, pallid-skinned rockers take us into their sex-filled world and we're along for the ride whether we like it or not. Once again, director Chi Chi LaRue has taken us to an unusual place filled with unusual people —much of which might have been better left unexplored, but the expedition itself is a fine idea.
Spend two days with fictitious heavy metal rock group "Rodz". Though stylistic cousin to Spinal Tap, the believability factor of their performances are more akin to The Partridge Family.
Not all is lost though —some of the off— stage sex is pretty good —especially with Ted Cox as a groupie and Tony Davis as the club doorman. Of the boys in the band, only Tom chandler really turns on any heat. The on-stage performances figure mainly as comic relief —the four members of the band strumming heir guitars, performing choreographed big hair-flips, and disappearing repeatedly into a machine-generated fog bank.