Hamilton's follow-up to the Dracula spoof LOVE AT FIRST BITE again parodies a film legend but with less success. This time Hamilton takes on Zorro, playing both the dashing masked swordsman and his twin brother. Zorro is called to defend innocent villagers from the oppression of a
dictator, but an accident renders him incapable of any heroics, leaving the field to his brother, a gay (in every sense of the word) blade with a wardrobe that rivals Liberace's. This one-joke film beats its punch line to death, playing its gay character for big laughs with generally predictable
and boring results. Hamilton (who coproduced) chews up the scenery with relish, and the bland ...