Malibu Express

"Packing Heat From Texas To Malibu Beach"

Malibu Express is a romantic comedy adventure film that was written and directed by Andy Sidaris. The cast includes Darby Hinton, Art Metrano, Sybil Danning, Shelley Taylor Morgan, Niki Dantine, Brett Baxter Clark, Lori Sutton, Lynda Wiesmeier, Lorraine Michaels, Kimberly McArthur, Abb Dickson, Barbara Edwards, Busty O’Shea, Michael A. Andrews and Randy Rudy. The story begins with private eye Cody Abilene (played by Darby Hinton) living it up on his boat called the Malibu Express. He entertains himself with bikini-clad women when all of a sudden the very mysterious Contessa Luciana (played by Sybil Danning) decides to hire him for a strange investigation. Apparently, there are questionable activities occurring on the estate of Lady Lillian Chamberlain (played by Niki Dantine), her close friend. After sharing a night of romance with the Contessa, Cody unearths a number of secrets concerning the Chamberlain house. Shane, the butler (played by Brett Baxter Clark), has been having an affair with Anita, Lady Lillian’s daughter-in-law (played by Shelley Taylor Morgan). Her husband is Stuart (played by Michael A. Andrews), who is leading a double life as a homosexual who cross dresses. Liza (played by Lorraine Michaels) is their younger daughter and was lured to get involved in a financing project run by Jonathan Harper, a computer businessman. Shane decides to blackmail Stuart but is stabbed after managing to take pictures of a masked murderer. Cody must discover who the man is while still eluding Harper’s murderous men. He is also continually hassled by the Buffington family, drag race rivals. Cody also spends a lot of time with other various sex kittens on the scene. Lady race car driver June Khnockers (played by Lynda Wiesmeier) gets involved in a number of dangerous car chases with Cody. As they are chased by hitmen Matthew, Luke and Mark, June becomes aroused, and then she pressures him to have sex despite the fact that they are dodging bullets.

| 1985 | 1 hr 45 min | 4.2/10
Andy Sidaris
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