Billy Jacoby plays a nerdy college student named Wesley Littlejohn who doesn't get noticed at school except by Dirk, the local bully (Scott Morris). His best friend Marvin (Stuart Fratkin) keeps trying to convince Wesley that he doesn't have to be such a nerd, but all in vain. Meanwhile, Wesley's new biology professor, Ms. Xenobia (Judy Landers), is a femalien who came to Earth to create a virile male from a human specimen and take him back with her to another planet where his job would be to impregnate other femaliens and repopulate their world (apparently their males are not good at sex).
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After Ms. Xenobia clandestinely injects her ‘vitamins' into Wesley's butt, he grows a phallus-like antennae on his head. After loosing his virginity to Ms. Xenobia, Wesley becomes a major stud. All of a sudden the opposite sex finds him irresistible. Finally Wesley starts to dress well and finds enough confidence to do all the things he always wanted to do like asking Leeanne (the girl he likes, played by Olivia Barash) on a date, joining a band and beating Dirk up. Of course, Wesley's newfound superpowers come with a price. The penis-shaped antennae on his head drives women so crazy that they attack him and molest him without any regard to his girlfriend. Wesley realizes that he has to stand up to professor Xenobia in order to keep Leeanne as his girlfriend.
This low-budget, sci-fi sexploitation flick is actually pretty entertaining. Expect to cringe a lot – all those 80's outfits and hairstyles, cheesy music, fake boobs and funky special effects. Some of the more entertaining scenes include:
* Ms. Xenobia running around in her skin-tight metallic outfit with a laser-gun before revealing her true alien form (at least it explains why she had to have that hair)
* Billy Jacoby aka Billy Jayne (Wesley) in glam-rock makeup dancing shirtless and lip-syncing to 80's music.
* Various T&A scenes of assorted fake-breasted ladies attacking poor Wesley and having their way with him.
* The scene where newly-cool Wesley adjusts Dirk's attitude in front of an excited college crowd. The scene – complete with a merciless low blow (ouch!) and a slow-motion flying kick -- was made to spoof cheesy 70's Kun Fu flicks. It's a pleasure to see mean and cocky Dirk get all wimpy and woozy as Wesley unleashes a can of whoopass on that baby-face of his after doing Dirk's girlfriend in a janitor's closet.
The review of this Movie prepared by Garfield Durang