Monday, November 25, 2013
Synopsis - IMDB User Comment:
The plot is deceptively simple: A wealthy dirtbag with a taste for smack throttles his
philandering wife in a fit of rage after discovering her illicit lesbian affair with the
sexy, shapely nun employed to care for the man's invalid brother. During her funeral she possesses the body of her sexy teenage daughter and over the course of the film compels the girl to bring about the deaths of everyone in the household that the woman had slept wit.
Which was all of them, at one point or another, including a sinister looking butler who was apparently dabbling in the black arts down in his private little satanic shrine in the
catacombs near the family crypt and somehow enabled the woman's allegiance to Lucifer.
A "fake-umentary" adult movie. Vincent Stevens ("Narrator") plays some kind of scientist, who introduces the scenes supposedly depicting real witchcraft rituals. They do not. He does reveal that the parts are played by professional actors. All the scenes are made on the same set, with an alter of some sort, and at one point a coffin. In each scene the players continue to wear the same Satanic costumes, which are soon shed.
- Written by Shadow
Sunday, November 24, 2013
Lust Till Dawn starts with a woman tells a cop her story about heroes who fought vampires, battling them to try and get to the vampire Queen. When they finally reach her, she morphs into a stuntman, and then fights with them before she gets burned. Her ashes are hidden, but her underlings have recently tracked them down. To bring her back a nubile vampire seduces a guy, and then bites him during sex. He looses a fair bit of blood, but fortunately none of it was needed to maintain his erection; he just keeps going till he climaxes, and then he dies. His blood awakens the Queen and the (blood) sucking resumes. To restore her full power, the Queen must feed on the blood of the offspring of the heroes that burned her. Her minions go after them, but before killing them and bringing the Queen their bodily fluids, they must naturally seduce them.
Friday, November 22, 2013
Director Aured is best remembered for his early films with Paul Naschy. These titles include THE MUMMY'S REVENGE, HORROR RISES FROM THE TOMB and CURSE OF THE DEVIL. With those types of credits he might seem like a strange choice for a hardcore Spanish flick but there's no denying that he certainly created one of the strangest flicks ever made. Five people in a gang (two played by Ajita Wilson and Lina Romay) have fun by constantly having sex with one another and doing petty crimes but they decide to take things a step further by kidnapping a rich man's daughter. Soon they're demanding one-million in cash but they're also turned on by the fact that the girl is a virgin and they all want a part of her. Soon the victim falls for one of the members and tries to get him to run off with her. As with many films in this genre, this one was filmed in a soft (74-minute) and hard (92-minute) version and I was able to see a subtitled hardcore print. The picture quality was fairly bad but it was certainly nice to see the subtitles. The story itself really isn't anything that great and in facts it's rather simple. The majority of the time we're either watching sex or the various characters are talking about forming smaller groups and leaving the rest behind. None of the dialogue is all that good but for this type of film it's not overly bad. The crime aspect of the story isn't anything you wouldn't see in a third-rate American porno and it all leads up to an ending that most people will see coming from a mile away.
IMDB user comment:
Dated peek at the men behind Screw Magazine
4 August 2011 | by lor_ (New York, New York)
Styled as a video magazine before home video (VHS and Betamax) was invented, SOS has Screw Magazine honchos Al Goldstein and Jim Buckley on a revealing ego trip, fronting tasteless XXX skits, with several big porn stars of the period along for the ride. It survives merely as a time capsule.
Film spotlights the main failing of Screw, a periodical I never read back in the day for the simple reason that it was not erotic (its misleading status) but rather a compendium of low-humor, pandering to the "Adult" industry and of course a soap box for Goldstein. His "Midnight Blue" series had the same problem, ultimately self-destructing as a nightly rant where Al would swear and threaten his lawyer, an ex-wife or two, or anyone else who dared to cross his path and look at him sideways. I was on good terms with Al, having interviewed him a couple of times and even toured his offices, so thankfully I never made it into his cross hairs.
Wednesday, November 20, 2013
Examines the unprecedented role that commercial pornography occupies in American popular culture. The film explores what happens when images of sexual degradation are used for arousal.
Tuesday, November 19, 2013
Uncut, widescreen print of one of Jess Franco's strangest films. Lina Romay plays the mute sperm sucking vampire in this ultra rare version containing all the hardcore inserts, cut from recent releases. In German predominantly, there is a few minutes of English dialogue, and now with custom English subtitles.
Sunday, November 17, 2013
Synopsis: The title refers both to the male sexual drive and to the fact that the hero of the movie is always tooling around Manhattan in a Lamborghini; and a villainess drag queen who tries to rid men of their sex drives! Sounds amazing, with a screenplay by Christopher Rage (who also, in drag, plays the villainess Arachne) with over 50 people in the cast - Starring: Mary Jim Sstunning (a.k.a. Christopher Rage) as Arachne; Mark Luna, Mark Woodward, Peter de Rome, Peter Fersen, Shawn Roberts, Michael Corrigan, Frank Ventgen, Brian Destazio, Richard Abel, Jack Brusca, Harvey Shamber, Jaap Penraat, Stan Glinter, S.V. Newman, and John Fromme - In the disco: Freeman Freeman, Chris Ritter, Avery Addison, Bill Gillers, Steven Sampson, Bill Fitter, Jim Case, Ted Valkus, Renfroe Meyer, Lorrenzo Lasalle, Arch Fairbanks, Denny Mans, Arch Hilborn, Ray Frank, Chris Mobley, Al Kelms; In the Steamroon: Marty Marks, Rusty Lewis, Tray Christopher, Nick Shulman, Paul Turley, Rober Alvarez, Clif Dover, Jack Deveau, Mark Sayles, Joe Gun, Seth Poole; In the Locked Room: George Culver, W. Grippo, Marvin Desimone, John Willard, Paul Conaway, Frederick C. Mongue II; In the Dungeon: Curtis Brtown, Carlyle Taylor, Cal Mansour, Kenric Hawley, Joaquin Mineo, Richard Morrisey; In the Water Bucket: Harold Reardon, and Under the Blade: Kenric Brown.
This is a very rare relic from 80's italian XXX, and it is also a masterpiece in inept cinematography and deceit... The movie features two italian mature pornstars: veteran Marina Frajese (aka Marina Lotar) and relatively newcomer Paola Senatore. Both of them were discovered by cerebrated sleaze and hardcore guru Joe D'Amato, and this movie is about an erotic (well... porno!) challenge between them, two womed deeply in love with the same man. But, wait! I'm not really sure if they ever meet each other, but in this movie there is not a single scene where they are together in the same shot. Even beloved Ed Wood couldn't have done it better.... in fact "La Sfida Erotica" was done by editing and joining leftovers from a couple of different flicks, bound together by offscreen narration. It culminates in an hilarious orgy sequence where everyone involved -like in a fashion defile'- presents himself walking on a stage filled with smoke and backlights caressing his crotch. Here the two female contenders finally meets but.... they are masked! Lots of out of focus shots, bad lighting, bad acting, senseless mumbling, unrelated scene editing and unerotic sex action.
Interesting 80's soundtrack music that varies from sleazy pop to hammond funk, to creepy, dark atmospheres (during an orgy scene a dog can be heard howling!).
Don't be misleaded by the high rate on IMDB (8,0).... it comes from a mere 5 users who probably had something to do with the film...!
Here's Nick still milking the once popular Danish porn imports of the late 1960's and early 70's. I would say the ad campaign probably fooled quite a few people. However there is nothing remotely "Scandinavian" about this one.
This is the last of my Nick Millard films and it also marks the end of this phase of Millard's career. Pornographer Nick Millard (aka Nick Phillips) copied Andy Warhol's Factory system; just as the pop artist had minions cranking out works in his Manhattan studio, Millard financed other filmmakers to crank out porn for him. Since Nick never put any credits on his films, it is difficult to sort out which ones were outsourced. This one is supposedly directed by "Alan Sinclair" but it has Millard's stamp all over it and I can find no info that Sinclair is a real person.
About: From cult Director Steve Millard (as Nick Phillips) Spectacular looking soft-x film that wanders briefly into not-so-soft-x. The three really strong Nick Phillips softies (DELICATO, FRAULEIN LEATHER and PLEASURE SPOTS) are mastered as well as mainstream movies, are spectacular looking and feature uncommonly attractive casts. Hit the road with a roving crew as they explore California and Nevada’s hottest Pleasure Spots and expose the most sexually liberated hipsters and sensual swingers you’ll ever meet in this explicit, let your hair down time capsule of the 70′s free love era…
Friday, November 15, 2013
Three couples are staying at a hotel and all are having sexual issues. One day a professional porn star (Lina Romay) shows up and teaches everyone how to do it. This hardcore film is once again from Spanish director Jess Franco and this one here is certainly the best of the three I've seen. Again, I'm really not sure how to rate this stuff but Romay, when not sexually servicing everyone, has a lot of nice, comedic moments, which is why I rank this the highest. It's also nice seeing Susan Hemmingway, although it took me a while to get use to seeing her in hardcore scenes. Again, this normally isn't my type of thing but my goal is to see every Franco film.
Wednesday, November 13, 2013
Debbie, a lily-white virgin, is abducted by a gang of black men being paid by whites to start a race riot. After violating her in a Cadillac, the men take her to a country cabin. Duke, the leader, takes possession of her but then loses her in a poker game. The violence escalates to a full throttled climax. Filled with stark, brutal imagery from start to finish, Hot Summer In The City is a haunting film you won't soon forget. The characters are so believable that it seems like a documentary. Lisa Baker's sexy screen presence is mute and ghostlike.
Quentin Tarantino has called this film, "The Best Porno Ever".
Felipe is a man that loves life but unfortunately can not enjoy it fully, since an accident has left him stuck in a wheelchair. Simona, his wife, is a young and beautiful woman, very eager to be loved, something that Felipe can not satisfy, so she falls into the arms of her husband's secretary, a fascinating girl called Mirella.. (Synopsis taken from a Spanish online shop)
Angela (Jennifer Jordan) has a problem, she has a magnetic sexual quality that causes other people to be filled with desire for her. The first victim is her brother Peter (Eric Edwards). Ashamed of their behavior, Peter becomes a priest.
Angela, confused by her persistent infatuation with her brother, goes to him for counseling. Peter sends her to work for Mrs. Walters (Erica Eaton), a wealthy member of his congregation. Employed as a maid, Angela is abused by Mrs. Walters and her friend Roger. She leaves and tries to sort things out by sailing alone. After three days at sea and tormented by visions of Peter, Angela falls off the boat and is rescued by a couple who immediately engage her in a three way.
Later, while walking along the docks, she is ravaged by two fishermen. Still dreaming of Peter, she devises a scheme to make him hers once and for all. Throughout all of this, Angela is followed all over town by a mysterious man in a top hat who just might be the Devil himself, or more likely Wes Craven. Hot XXX scenes, including an orgy, a forced violent rape scene, and more explosive action.
This mundane Erotic Thriller has a very weak plot but is redeemed by the inclusion of surprisingly explicit sex scenes featuring Shannon Tweed.
A criminal defense attorney falls prey to the wiles of a beautiful sex psychologist who’s accused of murder, threatening his career, his marriage and his life.
A couple lies in bed and are turned on reading fantasy letters to a sexually oriented newspaper and the fantasies are acted out in vignettes as they read. Finally we see them perform themselves. Ordinary 70s pornography but notable for the performance of 1974 Penthouse Cover Girl Brigitte Maier who appeared in several vignettes, which may have been edited in from 8mm loops done earlier.
Monday, November 11, 2013
An amazing and timeless collection of pretty peelers brought to the masses by super8 headmistress Victoria Renard and Memphis Movie Messiah JMM (Superstarlet AD, Shine On Sweet Starlet). Set against a backdrop of sock dropping rock and roll and beautifully bizarre screen-warped colorization. Featuring the timeless talents of the modern burlesque scene such as Miss Exotic World 2002 KITTEN DEVILLE, URSULINA, THE FISHNET FLOOZYS, Miss Exotic World 2004 DIRTY MARTINI, MIMI LaBEAUX, CANDY WHIPLASH, THE DEVILETTES, THE SOPHISTIKITTENS, and MORE! See starlets "burlesque" to garage rock and roll recorded in the most primitive conditions!
Young German officer Erich von Strasser (Jean-Marie Lemaire) leaves his fiance and heads off to war. Stock footage of Nazi desert warfare plays and before you know it Erich is back in Germany, recipient of the Iron Cross and a national war hero. First stop the whorehouse then, naturally. Where he bumps into his fiance, awkward. Cue a flashback showing how/why she ended up there and after a night of passion Erich goes to his superiors asking she be freed. Unfortunately, for reasons still unclear to me, she is shipped off to another location and Erich sets off in pursuit.
Friday, November 8, 2013
1. Jonas Banys ir Simonas Tarvydas. “Ponas Pimpis”
2. Karolis Jankus ir Deima Kelias. “Zevango (Kerštas)”
3. Kęstutis Gudavičius. “Perspektyvi pora”
4. Inesa Kurklietytė. “Pašaukimai”
5. Maxim Maxot, Zhivile Montvilaite, Meskhey Vladimir “MEMOMAX entertainment” “Food Family”
6. Emilis Vėlyvis. “Matvaju”
7. Arūnas Rutkus. “Dovana”
8. Šarūnas Mikulskis. “Cenzūra”
9. Pranas Šarpnickis. ” Mergaitė raudona suknaite”
10. Antanas Gluskinas. “Tėvai ir vaikai”
11. Artūras Bukauskas. “Erotomoto”
12. Jevgenij Malkov. “Aistros kvapas”
13. Giedrè Zickytè. “Gime nekalti”
Francois and Joelle love each other. One evening their embrace is interrupted by the ringing of the phone. Francois dresses, takes a camera, put two or three shirts in a duffel bag and goes. Joelle, pale with rage, decides to not be anymore "an object available to this Mr between two trips." Me too I want to travel. “She will indeed travel and have many women's and men's adventures. When the chance the in the presence of Francois, is to see that she is replaced by… a man. He offers him to stay with them. A perfect “menage a trios” moved to the double pleasure of each. A representative classic from the golden age of cinema X French out with a triumphant success on November 10, 1976 in the Alpha France movie theaters.
Thursday, November 7, 2013
IMDB user comment:
Best erotic movie on pay cable
21 April 2004 | by chrisa777 (UA, USA) –
This movie is truly a diamond in the rough. If youre like me you are tired off all the garbage erotic movies that play late at night on HBO, showtime, etc.... Movies that look like they were shot at some producers summer house on a department store dv cam; with mediocre looking actresses with implants 2 sizes too big. Total Romance is the antithesis of this and a lesson in how to make a great erotic film.
Every girl in this movie is a knockout and the sex scenes are freqeunt and very erotic . The direction is excellent as well; this movie has a lot of style, with great cinematography and lighting, and an engaging euro/dance soundtrack. This movie seems a cut above all the crap that usually gets shown on pay cable.
Drake takes a house-sitting job at the home based business of Carrie, who runs a spa which provides counseling, massage and meditation services for women. When Drake accidentally puts her next newspaper column entitled "What Men Want" into the shredder, he decides to cover his mistake by writing and faxing in his own article on the subject. Then, Drake is unexpectedly faced with beautiful female clients who mistake him as Carrie's substitute therapist and he quickly finds himself dishing out common sense advice, providing massages and even more erotic forms of physical therapy, and getting paid cash for it. When Drake's article is a big hit, there's a sudden influx of new business, and he calls in his buddy Nick to help satisfy all the female clients. However, trouble is on the way.
Tuesday, November 5, 2013
Review from dvddrive-in.com:
On the surface, other than the superbly written script, this could be your standard upstate New York semi-roughie shot by any Joe-schmoe seeking to sell sex at the local Deuce theater. The print used for the transfer, apparently the last remaining element of the film, is in rough shape, so upon first viewing, none of Sarno's personal touches may be evident. But PASSION IN HOT HOLLOWS is a very special film for many reasons, and is a film the man himself is deservedly proud of. First things first: my personal fetish figure Uta Erickson, the sensual blonde of countless sexploitation films of NYC, has her largest speaking role here, shot in live sound, and proves that she WAS a real actress, portraying a deeply complex character and still finding time to look lovely, both fully clothed and displaying her beautiful body in Sarno's sexy shadowy lighting. According to Joe and Peggy Sarno, Erickson was of Norwegian descent, which would explain the European-sounding moniker, which I assume is her actual name. Erickson was a favorite of the Findlays, Doris Wishman, John Amero, and Barry Mahon, appearing in highlighted roles in many of those directors' best films (LOVE TOY, BACCHANALE, THE ULTIMATE DEGENERATE), but Sarno provides her with a superb vehicle for her Nordic beauty and superior thespian talents. He shot this back-to-back with her only other major speaking lead role, MARCY, which is still lost at the moment, and used her in several other films before this one, so it appears I'm not the only one with an affection for Uta.