A popular bikini rag celebrates a landmark anniversary by flying a quartet of smoking-hot models to an exotic island for a photo shoot in the spine-tingling thriller Bikini Island (1991). Because a $100,000 purse is on the line, the five beauties selected grow catty and competitive over which top model will get to occupy the coveted cover. In fact, as the week in paradise passes, the voluptuous models begin disappearing one by one, causing concerned backers of the magazine to wonder what kind of conspiracy is afoot. Given the content, the paucity of nudity in Tony Markes’s film is a bit surprising, but quality always trumps quantity. Sun-kissed goddess Holly Floria dazzles every time she peels off her pesky, tight-fitting suit.