Dick Miller stars as Walter Paisley, the ridiculed busboy at beatnik coffeehouse The Yellow Door, whose dream in life is to be an artist. The pace sometimes slackens after the initial absurdity wears off, but it's still one of the most astoundingly demented Taiwanese exploitation pics to ever wash up on US shores. After running into various primitive tribes, this expedition finally discovers the remains of the missing filmmakers, with the second half consisting of Monroe the sole voice of reason and TV-producers back at home reviewing the slaughtered crew's raw footage -- a sickening chronicle of how these fame-hungry jackasses terrorized the natives, burned their huts, acted like savages, and got exactly the fate that they deserved. The result is perfect, with Piglet suddenly transformed into Dennis Hopper's mind-blown journalist, Pooh pulled by a runaway kite to The Stones' "Satisfaction", and Tigger popping up for the "Fuckin' Tiger!
Get Down and Boogie] Or, as one character deftly puts it, "The more you rape their senses, the happier they are. Of course, it's easy to understand Serge's passion, as soon as Anna -- in the privacy of her home -- indulges in a wild, undulating dance that would make Ann-Margret pale.