Bad Girls From Mars is a low budget erotic comedy film released in 1990 directed by the legendary Fred Olen Ray of B-movie fame. Stars include Jay Richardson as Richard Trent, the egotistical leading man and Brinke Stevens, star of many of Fred Olen Ray's films as Myra. Our opening scene begins with one red planet, spaceships, special effects and a group of vivacious alien girls from Mars out to dominate planet Earth. One is seen harassing a Earthling man. And you thought Earth Girls were easy...reads the tag line for this low budget slasher spoof of a fictional low budget camp film. Cut to a film set and viewers must watch as one by one the leading ladies in Bad Girls From Mars keep getting murdered. Who's the culprit? Detectives are on the case.
Meanwhile the producers feel they should carry on finishing their film. To save their production, the producers fly in European blonde bombshell Emanuelle (played by Edy Williams) as the new lead Martian bad girl. She's a world-famous author/madam and brings a magnetic personality to the set. The director, TJ McMasters (played by Oliver Darrow) picks up Emanuelle from the airport in a convertible and the viewer and watches as our lead actress changes in the backseat on the way to the cast meeting. The mysterious killer continues harassing the stars on set and detectives become wary of certain motives of characters involved in production due to each crime involving following a sex scene.
One girl is seen hanging from a roll of film strip. One girl's head is found in a box. All clues point to a mysterious masked man in black who leaves notes around each crime scene. Back in Hollywood, Emanuelle paints the town red with her wild sex goddess personality, causing discomfort for producers. The producers are revealed to have their own secret motives for making the film involving lucrative insurance payoffs. Detectives have to catch the mysterious man in black responsible for these crimes before the star madam is next in this who-done-it take on a breast-filled sci-fi.
Fans of skin flicks, slasher comedies, sci-fi, Brinke Stevens and Frank Olen Ray will enjoy the nods to their previous films and the B-movie counterparts alluded in this film as well as the luscious screen time of Edy Williams.