"Lust in the Dust" is a low-brow comedy, directed by the masterful Paul Bartel ("Eating Raoul"), and stars Tab Hunter as the quiet gunfighter travelling to Chile Verde, NM, in search of buried gold. Rosie Velez, a refugee from a Sante Fe dance hall, played with great talent and humor by the late cross-dressing film star of the John Waters school Divine, joins him en route. Once in Chile Verde, they meet a kooky assortment of characters: Marguerita (Lainie Kazan), the owner of the town's local saloon/brothel, an insane priest played by Cesar Romero, an eighty year-old prostitute (Nedra Volz), and the leader of a gang of outlaws named Hardcase Williams (Geoffrey Lewis), among others. After a series of silly, sexual misadventures and a couple of great songs by our two lovely leading ladies, the cast tries desperately to solve a limerick and find a missing treasure map. Who will get the gold? ("Did I say 'gold'? I meant 'mold'"). Well, you'll just have to watch and find out. This silly spoof is presented on DVD in sweeping 2.35:1 aspect ratio widescreen and bright vivid colors (both of which the VHS lacks), reminiscent of the 1950s Technicolor/Cinemascope westerns it's spoofing. The best scene by far is the barroom brawl between Divine and Lainie--that scene alone makes this film worth watching. There is also a nicely done "making-of" featurette and the trailer. This movie is not for everyone, but if you're in the mood for a lightweight film with some good raunchy laughs, you should give this one a try.