Like a late night cable adaptation, House on Hooter Hill boasts a plot of a will reading, murder and a sensual spirit out for revenge; but unlike most who-done-its, there’s nothing fun or even remotely spooky on Hooter Hill. The overwhelming electronic music dampens every "sex” scene, and the brightly lit house doesn’t live up to the Munsters-esque rendering on the DVD case ? and this from the director who back in the ’80s, gave us the drive-in slasher Chopping Mall.
Taylor Wane fans might enjoy her softcore g/g scene with Friday, and Glori-Anne Gilbert is bubbly and fun, but neither they nor their large hooters can save this.
Retailing: Best suited for softcore and Taylor Wane fans.