In the Flesh

January 28, 2012 5 Min Read

Review by: Fusion3600

Plot: What’s it about?

In the Flesh takes on a tour of the best strip clubs and by turn, lets us watch the finest topless dancers in the business. Amy Lynn (Cyber Vengeance, Bikini Bistro) and Ashlyn Gere (Sorority Sex Kittens, The Lethal Squirt) are the two most notable names, but other lovelies can also be seen, with or without their clothes, of course. As the time passes, we watch the girls perform their most famous routines, complete with wicked moves and naked breasts, naturally. In between these wonderful performances, we get to know the women a little better, via a series of interview sessions. In these sessions, the girls address the most common issues, their thoughts on various topics, and of course, their take on topless dancers. Even some personal material is covered, so by the time In the Flesh has ended, you’ll know these girls inside & out, I assure you. This kind of inside look at topless dancing isn’t for everyone, but even so, In the Flesh is there for those interested, complete with a bonus Amy Lynn flick, in this case.

If you’ve ever wanted to go backstage at a strip club, then In the Flesh is the movie you’ve been waiting for, without a doubt. In this movie, we’re taken behind the curtains, to find out about some of the hottest acts, both on and off the clock. I admit I was more interested in the naked chicks than the personal information, but it is all put together well, I think. The featured girls discuss all sorts of topics, in between scenes from their on stage work, which is the main draw in this one, without a doubt. As for the bonus flick, Blood Bullets Buffoons is an uber low budget stinker, but it has so much going wrong, it ends up being wildly entertaining. Seduction Cinema fans should recognize a few faces, as well as the slapstick approach used. This disc houses In the Flesh as the main feature, but the real fun kicks in with the bonus movie, Blood Bullets Buffoons. So you get a lot of naked ladies and a movie that is so bad, you have to laugh, not bad for such a low price. So if you’re into Amy Lynn or just like bad, but hilarious flicks, this disc is well worth a look.

Video: How does it look?

In the Flesh is presented in a full frame transfer, as intended. As this film was put together from different sources, the video is hard to grade, at least on the usual scale. The interview footage looks clean and sharp, but some of the performance shots look rough, due to the equipment used. This means there’s some grain and the image is soft, but given the low end equipment used here, I didn’t expect much else. The colors and contrast also vary from clip to clip, but remain solid and on the whole, this is an acceptable visual presentation.

Audio: How does it sound?

I don’t have a lot to comment on here, as this is all dialogue and when the dances kick in, the music takes over. The included stereo option is more than adequate and while the track isn’t too memorable, the material is well handled. The music does sound a little limited, but this is due to the methods used to capture the audio and as such, I won’t knock the score much. The vocals seem to be in fine form also, or at least at good as can be expected. Not the best track out there, but the material sounds good, which is what counts.

Supplements: What are the extras?

In addition to the priceless Blood Bullets Buffoons bonus feature film, this disc also contains some other cool bonus materials. You’ll find two Amy Lynn oil performances, an Amy Lynn shower show, Lynn’s extra dance show, Ashlyn Gere’s lotion show, and a bonus dance sequence featuring Chrissy’s hot moves.

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