Never Too Young to Die (1986)

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Never Too Young to Die starts off with college gymnast John Stamos putting on his routine intercut with an evil hermaphrodite Gene Simmons leading a group of post-apocalyptic punks as they terrorize some government operatives. It’s every bit as bad as it sounds and there are enough nonsensical twists and turns to keep this movie watchable. Vanity lights up the screen as her clothes get ripped to shreds in every scene. Highlights include a magnificent motorcycle chase, a Vanity seduction of John Stamos leading into a sex scene, and an outrageous finale fight between John Stamos and Gene Simmons. It’s probably worth tuning into if you’re in the mood for a good bad movie.

Never Too Young To Die is a 1986 action adventure comedy directed by Gil Bettman. Generally termed a B movie, it stars John Stamos as Lance Stargrove, a young man who, with the help of secret agent Danja Deering (Vanity, also known as Denise Matthews) must avenge the death of his secret-agent father (George Lazenby) at the hands of the evil bisexual hermaphrodite Velvet Von Ragner (Gene Simmons).

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