Sunday, August 31, 2014

Lucio Fulci - All'onorevole piacciono le donne AKA The Eroticist (1972)


Description: "Though today he is revered for his graphic horror films, writer-director Lucio Fulci got his start in comedy. With this in mind, The Eroticist makes perfect sense — it continues the delirious stylistic inventiveness of 'Perversion Story' and 'A Lizard in a Woman's Skin', yet its bawdy humor fits in perfectly with his origins in the cinema. The nonsensical English title implies that the film is a cash-in on William Friedkin's The Exorcist, yet the film — originally titled The Senator Likes Women! — dates from a year before the American blockbuster. Make no mistake about it: this is as far removed as imaginable for the horror genre, at least in terms of content, although the sharp satirical barbs at the Catholic Church and Italian politics fits in comfortably with many of his better known works.

John Lamb - Sex Freaks (1974)


There is this porno-mondo I've been wanting to see for YEEEEAARS ever since seeing the trailer on one of Something Weird's Dragon Art Theater porn trailer VHS compilations in the mid 90s. It's this 1974 film called SEX FREAKS, and I'd pretty much given up on it until a couple of weeks ago I was at the After hours site and just happened across the fact that they put it out on DVD in July 2009! I was quite surprised!
Sex Freaks is a catalog of all things kinky – voyeurism, nymphomania, necrophilia, sadomasochism – with a few unusual novelties thrown in along the way (sex in a carwash, at a bullfight, underwater, in the snow) this unusual example of a Sex-Shockumentary posits that the Devil is responsible for our deviant ways!

Thursday, August 21, 2014

Pierre B. Reinhard - Le Diable Rose AKA Pink Devil (1987)


Double-agent Brigitte Lahaie is the star attraction at a strip-joint/brothel called "Le Diable Rose" in Nazi occupied France which is frequented by both Nazis and Partisans alike.

Pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale, au cabaret "Le Diable rose", également lieu de débauches, l'une de ses danseuses, tout en séduisant les soldats allemands, va travailler pour le compte des résistants français.

Thursday, August 14, 2014

Kirdy Stevens - Playing with Fire (1983)


Incest theme on film with alot of seduction

The single mother of two daughters meets a guy and falls in love with him. Then she brings him home to meet her daughters. One of the daughters has a secret related to her new step dad. The other daughter finds her new step dad very sexy.

Meanwhile, The father brings a son into the mix. Karen Summer really pushes all the buttons of seduction. Also, she practices on the son with plans to get the step dad.

Ron Jeremy plows away at the secretary in one scene. Him and Karen Summers really stand out as the sexiest members of this film. Unlike TABOO, The parent figures do not provide the best acting abilities.

Thursday, August 7, 2014

Claude Bernard-Aubert - L'Initiation d'une femme mariée (1983)


A Farewell to Arms, and Legs, and Breasts, and...
8 November 2008 | by Dirtymoviedevotee ( (Brugge, Belgium)

As porn's theatrical age drew to a close in the Old Country, Parisian field leader Alpha France decided to pull out all the stops for its final production (though cinemas continued for a while longer exhibiting purchased product) and wisely gave its in house director Claude Bernard-Aubert – a/k/a "Burd Tranbaree" – Carte Blanche for what was to prove his farewell to fornication films as well. With an alleged cast of 36, a veritable Who's Who of the period though many of them restricted to orgy action, Tranbaree did not stray too far from his comfortable habitat, i.e. the upwardly mobile middle class of the French capital. While this favored choice of protagonist had stifled many a previous cinematic endeavor, he finally got the recipe right and managed to elicit audience sympathy for the plight of the socially pampered. Much of the film's success can be attributed to leading lady Cathy Menard, a fine actress with hauntingly sad eyes, who delivers an absolute career performance – along with her very different turn in Gérard Kikoïne's scathing BOURGEOISE…ET PUTE! – as apparently prototypical bored housewife Babeth. Yet it's not her ennui which propels the pornographic proceedings but rather the dissatisfaction of her horn dog husband Léopold (stalwart Richard "Allan" Lemieuvre still shedding new light on familiar territory) who has been stringing along several mistresses to supplement the routine bedroom action he gets at home.

Jean-Luc Brunet - Le Fruit Défendu (1983)


underdeveloped sex drama
22 January 2003 | by Stefan Kahrs (Canterbury, England)

Most pornographic films just contain wall-to-wall sex with very little plot to hold things together or even to explain the frequent intercourse. This film is different, because it follows a dramatic story (about a man who lost his wife in an accident who now finds it difficult to relate to other women) and even 'sacrifices' sex scenes for plot development.

This is all well-intended but the execution falls short on too many levels: acting, production values, writing.

Alban Ceray (who plays the lead character Milton) has shown in the past that he can handle comedic acting, but this requires dramatic, even melodramatic aptitude, and he seems at a loss of what to do. Yves Callas fares a bit better, but Yoko is completely out of her depth.