Plot: What’s it about?
In White Slaves of Chinatown, Olga (Audrey Campbell) works to turn normal women into her own personal prostitutes. The first step is to gain their trust, then Olga introduces them to the world of narcotics, which kicks the real plan into motion. Once the woman like what they experience, Olga makes sure they become addicted and without the needed funds for a fix, the women have to do what Olga demands. She then puts them out on the street as hookers, which nets Olga the cash and the women their next fix. But Olga does allow some of the women to experience other pleasures, as she unleashes her lesbian lust at times. In Olga’s House of Shame, the sadistic Olga (Campbell) has started a new business in a new town, but she hasn’t changed at all. With the help of her brother and a protege, Olga runs a crime syndicate involved in countless perversities. She tortures, humiliates, and disciplines anyone she pleases, just for her own amusement. But can her twisted reign of terror last forever? In Olga’s Dance Hall Girls, Olga is the head of a special dance hall, one which recruits housewives for its talent. The women work as hostesses, which means they do whatever Olga says, including sexual favors of all kinds. But the dance hall isn’t what it seems, as it serves as a front for a satanic cult. Will the truth about Olga’s new business be kept a secret, or will someone bring her down?
I never expected to see these movies released to DVD, let one all three on a single disc with added supplements. A staple of old school grindhouse cinema, the Olga movies were racist, violent, perverse, and exploitative, which meant audiences always left satisfied. If you’re a genre fan, then you’ve seen the Ilsa movies, which were no doubt inspired by the brutal sexuality of Olga seen in these pictures. Olga loves torture, bondage, and sadism, so this isn’t light sexual stuff, even by today’s standards. So if you’re offended by images of graphic sexual violence, such as S&M content, you’re sure to be upset by these movies. As time has passed, the content isn’t as shocking as it used to be, but it still packs a punch, to be sure. The crack of the bullwhip is frequent in these pictures, as are naked breasts and bottoms. And the woman in charge on screen as Olga is Audrey Campbell, who is in two of these movies, plus one Olga film not found on this release. Campbell (Sin in the Suburbs, 50,000 B.C.) is a hot chick and is a perfect choice for the role, as she knows how to use sex as a weapon. The stories are thin and the acting is weak, but for such low budget efforts, the technical aspects are quite good. The real draw is the perverse content however, which is in no short run here. I am thrilled to own these movies on DVD and without question, even casual exploitation fans must own this release.