Kevin Alber – Justine: Exotic Liaisons (1995)

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A young girl dreams of various erotic liasons, she is kidnapped and made to strip naked, detects dodgy goings on an express train and strips naked, goes to New Orleans and strips naked… (more…)

Joseph W. Sarno – Passion in Hot Hollows (1969)

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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. (more…)

Jean Rollin – Apothéose Porno (1976)

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Mid 1970′s Jean Rollin porn opus which is credited to one of his many pseudonyms, Michel Gand. His involvement with this film varies upon the source material but I think his influence can be seen in the finished product. In the context of his hardcore film output.
The film begins with Élisabeth Buré, in her brunette phase, getting ready to dress while being watched by Richard Lemieuvre on the bed. this proceeds to sex. Catherine Castel is waiting impatiently in another room. She goes to investigate and joins in for awhile then leaves. Guy Royer arrives and he and Catherine Castel have sex on a couch while watching a porn film. Frequent intercutting occurs between the film within a film and what is going on on the couch. (more…)

Barry Mahon – Sin in the City (1966)

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This is a Barry Mahon film in which three girls follow through on a vow they make for their wild night out in NYC: “We were going out on the town. We were going to get into as much trouble as we could. And most important of all, we promised each other that no matter what anyone asked us to do, we would do it.”

Note before downloading:
The source is Something Weird Video, and their watermark appears throughout the film. The quality is not great, but I imagine it’s the best available. (more…)

Robert Michaels – Twilite Pink (1981)

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Description:

Sterling Rod is our host for this strange tale from “The Erogenous Zone:” a nebbishy Madison Avenue advertising employee comes into possession of a magical pocket watch that can stop time. He takes the opportunity to endulge himself sexually and at the same time pay back those who have tormented him… (more…)

Gérard Kikoïne – Jouir! aka Sextasy (DVD version) (1978)

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Synopsis:
Frederic is a writer whose wife Alice is tormented by dreams of her promiscuous, but dead, sister who fell from their apartment, high in a tower block. Then someone falls from a similar apartment block near the dress shop where Alice works and she adopts the promiscuous ways of her dead sister, Norma, including seducing Frederic’s publisher and being caught in the act by Frederic. Frederic consults a psychiatrist and investigates her past which results in flashbacks of Norma’s behaviour. Alice’s new proclivities are exploited by Tony, the unscrupulous lover of the woman who introduced Alice to Frederic. He photographs her in a threesome and tries unsuccessfully to blackmail Frederic. Finally Frederic finds Alice’s former boyfriend and it turns out that he had been seduced by Norma and that Alice had caught them at it and pushed her sister off the balcony. (more…)

Jean-Claude Roy – Nuits suédoises (1977)

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Synopsis:
Dawn Cumming and Siegrid Cellar transcend the screen in this amazing remake of the film “Rear Window” of Alfred Hitchcock. A couple watches the particularly perverse sexual games of their young and beautiful neighbor from their window. Excited at the highest point, the couple then seduce her and “train” her in a devilish trio. A very representative classic from the golden age of X French cinema applauded by a crowd of spectators when released on February 23, 1977 Alpha France movie theaters. (more…)

Alfredo Sternheim – Violencia na Carne AKA Violence and Flesh (1981)

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Three escaped convicts terrorize the occupants staying at a remote beach side residence.

Violence and Flesh was written and directed by Alfredo Sternheim, whose other notable film’s include Anjo Loiro (this film was adapted from the Heinrich Mann novel titled “Professor Unrat”) and Pureza Proibida. The score for Violence and Flesh features music that was originally composed for other films, the most notable music being Pino Donaggio’s score for Dressed to Kill.

The plot for Violence and Flesh is not original by any means as it clearly was based on some or all of these films, The Virgin Spring, Last House on the Left, Last House on the Beach and House on the Edge of the Park. The plot’s initial set up takes some time before it gets to the meat of the story. The film’s major turning point is a scene where one of the female hostages Neila is asked to entertain the escaped convicts with a sex dance. Her provocative dance ignites the pent of sex drive of one of the convicts who proceeds to rape her. One of the film’s more WTF moments is when it comes time for one of the other convicts to choose his sexual partner he reverts back to his prison mentality and chooses one of the men as his conquest. While he is having his way with one of the men, there are two lesbians getting it on in the corner (now that’s entertainment). In a film that is full of bizarre and over the top moments, the most unusual character in the film is a young woman named Leticia who falls in love with one of the convicts. The predictable ending is kind of a letdown after a near flawless final act. (more…)

Doris Wishman – Let Me Die a Woman (1978)

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Christopher J. Jarmick wrote:
A fairly serious pseudo-documentary, which captures the lifestyles of several transsexuals in various stages of changing their gender. Dr Leo Wollman M.D. was a legitimate practicing doctor who is our guide through this one of a kind, once shocking film that features some footage of operations that are not completely revealing but not for the squeamish. There are some scenes of probing of a constructed vagina and shots of men with artificially developed breasts. Then there are several staged soft-core scenes thrown into the film to add to the hodgepodge. Dr Wollman occasionally makes statements like “not all dildos are used for medical purposes.” Note: actual on screen credits were not available to verify credits. From the advertisements: “All True! All Real! See a man become a woman before your eyes!”, “Born a Man . . . Let Me Die A Woman”, “Torn from Today’s Headlines.” (more…)

Stephen Gibson – Hard Candy (1976)

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Synopsis:
A mad scientist struggles to score with the girl of his dreams while thwarted by video freaks, gladiators, aliens from space, a pink bunny and the girl next door. (more…)

Michael Phillips – Sexbusters! (1984)

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Plot Synopsis:

The Sexbusters, Lola and Lana, are only a phone call away and will arrive in minutes to solve any and all sexual problems. They’re summoned by a man who can’t get a date, a woman whose husband is addicted to TV football, and a psychiatrist whose female patient is threatening suicide because men don’t take her seriously.
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Carlos Tobalina – Ultimate Pleasure (1977)

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Hot group sex, an all-star cast, odd social commentary, and sex hypnosis! A cab driver who is having marital problems with his beautiful but frigid wife finds a suitcase full of money left in his cab by a passenger, and realizes that he now has the means to fulfill all of his and his wife’s sexual fantasies. His wife visits a sex clinic where she daydreams of a five man cum bath with John Holmes and lesbian group sex, while the husband hires hooker Annette Haven and her two girlfriends to do a three girl show. (more…)

Stanley A. Long – Naughty: A Report on Pornography and Erotica Through the Ages (1971)

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DETAILED SYNOPSIS:
Naughty, or rather ‘Naughty- A Report on Pornography and Erotica Through The Ages’, to give the film its full title and M.O. holds more documentary worth, its part 360 degree snapshot of the early 70′s British sex industry and part re-enactments of the goings on of their Victorian predecessors while the first twenty minutes or so is a report on the world’s first pornographic film festival which had been held in Amsterdam at the end of 1970. Organized through the underground newspaper Suck, The Wet Dream Festival, which showcased four days worth of pornographic films from around the globe, was the brainchild of one Jim Haynes, a leading figure in the British underground scene of the 1960s, who viewed the production and exhibition of pornography as a revolutionary act to challenge the status quo. “I’m just interested in freedom, extreme libertarianism, the right for anyone to see, eat and do whatever they want” claims Jim, who comes across as a likeable mixture of intellectual and old fashion mischief maker. Long’s camera was there to capture it all, from tame clips from the films themselves, interviews with audience members (“I‘ve never seen so many genital organs and vaginas in all my life” claims one) brief glimpses of guests like Germaine Greer and Al Goldstein plus the priceless sight of Jim’s hippy entourage taking over the town’s local cinema which had been playing Hell in the Pacific, but where for one night only Lee Marvin and Toshiro Mifune have to step aside for films featuring as one of Jim’s entourage puts it “people fucking, being sucked, women with dogs, flagellation, the juxtaposition of this will freak people out”. (more…)

Jesus Franco – Sie tötete in Ekstase aka She Killed in Ecstasy (1971)

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Jesus Franco has made so many movies that it’s almost inevitable that he will occasionally get one right. This is one of those movies where his bizarro and repetitive plots, his pan-and-zoom-happy cinematography and his obtrusive jazz score all manage to gel for a pretty dumb but thoroughly enjoyable movie. It helps, of course, that this was one of only four films he made with the incredible Soledad Miranda before her untimely death.

There’s no denying that Franco’s regular collaborator (and wife), Lina Romay, was a very sexy actress in her prime and has become something of a legend in her own right, but she is a pale shadow of Soledad Miranda, who was if anything even more beautiful and had a class and talent that none of Franco’s later actresses could hope to achieve. (more…)

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