DVD Review: Abigail Leslie Is Back In Town

The beautiful Rebecca Brooke (a.k.a. Mary Mendum) plays Priscilla, a bored housewife who must face the return of her arch-nemesis Abigail Leslie, a woman whose sexual escapades have shaken up small-town Baypoint and disrupted Priscilla’s marriage.

Man-slut Beau really knows the moves and Priscilla can't resist. He's a real predator (nudge, wink).

Man-slut Beau really knows the moves and Priscilla can't resist. He's a real predator (nudge, wink).


The acting is surprisingly well for this “genre” of film. I actually sensed there were individual motives for all the central characters and why they were having so many orgies, although some weren’t necessary and actually disrupts the pacing. In this case, once you as the viewer start feeling for the characters, it’s not just a skin flick anymore; it transcends into something more “artistic.”
Priscilla chattin' it up with gee-golly good chum Chester (played by Eric Edwards).

Priscilla chattin' it up with gee-golly good chum Chester (played by Eric Edwards).


It is an above-average digital transfer, which shows the filmmakers care about their art; in turn, I cared enough to sit through it. This is a good erotic film about life fulfilment (not just sexual fulfillment, there’s a big difference).
Priscilla confronts the licentious Abigail Leslie in a pivotal scene.

Priscilla confronts the licentious Abigail Leslie in a pivotal scene.


ADULT | Color | 1975 | 1.78:1 Anamorphic Widescreen | Director: Joe Sarno

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