Wildflower Film Details
Overview: An inheritance becomes the subject of a family brawl when a young hitchhiker tries to steal the fortune.
Tagline: Maximum Passion. Maximum Risk.
Review: The squabbling children of a recently deceased wealthy man gather together at a remote cabin to figure out who exactly will collect the bulk of the man’s substantial inheritance. Complications ensue when luscious hitchhiker Nichol (a nicely sultry portrayal by stunning brunette C.C. Costigan) gets tossed into the already volatile mix. Director David Michael Latt keeps the gripping and complex story moving along at a steady pace, makes good use out of the claustrophobic main location, and ably crafts a seething hothouse atmosphere rife with toxic greed and unbridled lust. Angel Orona’s clever script offers an interesting bunch of well-drawn characters along with several dandy twists and turns (however, one particular twist at the very end proves to be pretty far-fetched). The sound acting by the capable cast keeps this movie humming: Kim Little as the sneaky Audrey, Chris Hoffman as pathetic drunken gambler Dennis, Dean Stapleton as sleazy and selfish jerk Ethan, Kristina Estlund as Ethan’s troubled pregnant wife Jackie, and Tamie Sheffield as ditsy buxom blonde stripper Zooey. Moreover, the sex scenes are fairly explicit and often scorching hot. It certainly doesn’t hurt that the ladies featured herein are all quite attractive and desirable, with the delectable Mrs. Costigan rating as a definite stand-out as an extremely tempting and calculating bisexual predator. Both Bryon Werner’s stylish cinematography and William Richter’s moody score are up to par. The surprise bummer ending packs a startling punch. A nifty little B-flick.
Duration: 92 min
Also known as: Wild Flower,Blood Related,Wildflower,Virgin Nights