They're Playing with Fire (Blu-ray)
Directed by Howard Avedis
Newly Mastered in HD! Drive-in goddess and 80s action queen Sybil Danning (Howling II, Chained Heat, Reform School Girls) stars as a lusty college professor who seduces a naive student (Eric Brown, Private Lessons) as part of a sordid plot to frame him for the murder of her wealthy in-laws. But in a world of passion and deceit, not everything is what it seems to be. Andrew Prine (The Centerfold Girls), Paul Clemens (The Beast Within) and soap star K.T. Stevens (The Young and the Restless) co-star in this deliciously sleazy mix of sex and violence that Mr. Skin hails as "one of the weirdest entries in the genre, combining hormone-farce antics with slasher movie elements and, of course, Sybil's sumptuous sacks!" Co-written and directed by Howard Avedis (Mortuary).
Blu-ray Extras Include:
Interview with Star Sybil Danning
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