If there is a moral to the story of Death Game (1977), perhaps it has something to do with the terrible karma that accompanies the adulterous banging of underage women--just don't do it! Or, at least check their IDs first. In horror movies, the sexually immoral always go first and the virgin tends to avoid the reaper's scythe. So it goes in Death Game. Our hero George Manning (played by Seymour Cassel) finds himself in a heap o' trouble after his wife goes out of town and he lets two skin-o-rific stray sociopaths (played by Sondra Locke and Colleen Camp) into his home and his hot tub. Much whack-a-whack-a accompanies the whack-a-whack-a '70s cheeseball musical score as the three have a steamy ménage-a-trois in his jacuzzi. The next morning, the girls prance around in George's wife's lingerie, and he tries to drop off the two freaks at the Greyhound station. But when he comes home, the girls are there . . . and before George can comb his furry mustache and mutton chops, these morally bankrupt minxes tie him to the bed, and much torture and sadism follows. Even a delivery boy gets whacked in a not-so-good kinda way. Ouch!