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Honey Glaze

Honey Glaze DVD
Directed byMichael Legge
Produced byMichael Legge
Written byMichael Legge
StarringLorna Nogueira,
Michael Legge,
Robin Gabrielli,
Linda Lasco,
James O'Brien
Distributed bySub Rosa Studios
Release date(s)November 20, 2003
Running time85 min.
LanguageEnglish

Honey Glaze is a 2003 low-budget action-comedy film written, produced and directed by the American filmmaker Michael Legge. The film stars Lorna Nogueira, as Honey Glaze, a blonde leather-clad secret agent.

Honey Glaze is a surreal comedy spoof of secret agent serials of the 1960s and 1970s. Michael Legge appears as Dr. Sum Thaim, a mad scientist who is bent on taking over the world using a new operating system called Venetian Blinds 2005. In order for the software to wipe out all other competitive systems he needs a microchip called The Master Stroke, which is protected by government agent Dan Glaze (Ed Dunn). When Dan Glaze is killed by Thaim's henchmen, his daughter Honey Glaze seeks revenge, and trains with agent Dash Hope (Robin Gabrielli) with the help of bizarre gadgets invented by Dr Debacle (Linda Lasco). Much of the "over-the-top" character acting is enhanced using cartoonish Batman style violence from that 1960s television series.

Honey Glaze was released as a double feature with Braindrainer, another Legge film, on DVD in 2003. Costing as little as US$2000 to make the DVD has sold moderately on the internet and received positive reviews amongst film critics.

Cast

  • Lorna Nogueira as Honey Glaze
  • Linda Lasco as Dr. Debacle
  • James O'Brien as Dr. Fooch
  • Robin Gabrielli as Dash Hope
  • Cherry Lynn Zinger as Nurse Tarika
  • Michael Legge as Dr. Sum Thaim

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