What began as incredibly trashy fun in ANGEL, the story of a vengeful teenage hooker, has degenerated into routine cops-and-crooks action in sleazy Lotus Land. Treading water with a barely serviceable screenplay, this soporific actioner is something its campy predecessors never
were---dull, dull, dull.
Small fry promoter Rich Walter (Alan Picardi) has reneged on a payola deal with music mogul Geoffrey Kagen (Roddy McDowall). During a confrontation with Kagen's enforcer, Hank (Patrick Kilpatrick), he accidentally falls from the roof of a radio station. Police shutterbug Molly (Darlene
Vogel)--formerly Angel, the Hollywood Boulevard hooker--arrives to photograp...