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. Continue reading

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. Continue reading

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


A Farewell to Arms, and Legs, and Breasts, and…
8 November 2008 | by Dirtymoviedevotee (dries.vermeulen@hotmail.be) (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. Continue reading

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. Continue reading

Jean Rollin – Positions Danoises (1977)


Lisa is learning a script when Willy Braque (in pilot’s uniform) arrives home. They have sex and go off in his car. Maude Carolle and Charlie Schreiner arrive and get in the house by the back door. They are having sex when another couple arrive looking for the manuscript but ending up also having sex. When Maude and Charlie are discovered trying to sneak out, it turns into a foursome. Mika and her partner arrive with similar results, then along comes a redhead, in a white transparent body stocking and cat burglar mask, and begins to search for the manuscript as well. Charlie catches her and she too is drawn into the orgy. Then the first couple come back and catch them all at it. Strange how in porn films such moments always come after rather than before the cum shot! But it all ends amicably with them and Maude and Charlie having drinks on the terrace then Lisa and Maude, nude, tripping off across the lawn. Who knows what was meant to be going on? Continue reading

Jesus Franco – Les Cauchemars naissent la nuit aka Nightmares come at night (1970)


Synopsis from allmovie.com:
Director Jesus Franco remade his 1965 thriller Miss Muerte as a pure exploitation piece in this Liechtenstein-produced film starring Diana Lorys. The film concerns Anne, a dancer at a Yugoslavian nightclub who moves in with a conniving lesbian named Cincia. Cincia is scheming with Anne’s doctor to eliminate witnesses from a jewel robbery they committed, and she hypnotizes Anne to carry out the murders. Meanwhile, Anne has the sensation of going insane, as she is unsure whether the murders are nightmares or reality. In an increasingly frantic state, Anne commits suicide, forcing a showdown between Cincia and the doctor. This film features plentiful nudity involving cult favorites Soledad Miranda and Maria Rohm. Continue reading

Vera Chytilová – Vyhnání z ráje AKA Expulsion from Paradise (2001)


Description: The uncompromising director Věra Chytilová, well-known for her harshly mocking attacks on people’s failings and foibles, has created a new filmic parable on human weakness with Vyhnání z ráje (Expulsion from Paradise, 2001), her most recent film. Although fully within the Chytilová tradition of biting moral fable, the film has had a lukewarm reception from Czech and international critics.

The main story of Vyhnání z ráje concerns Rosta, a film director (Bolek Polívka), who is shooting a film at a nudist beach.[2] Everyone in the film crew has different ideas about the genre and style of the film being shot: The director tries to create an artistic work, an experimental metaphor about Adam and Eve; the Russian producer Igor (Milan Šteindler) hopes to see an erotic lovestory produced; and the screenwriter (played by theatre director and dramatist J A Pitínský) aims to express his positive philosophy about humanity through the film. Continue reading

Gregory Dark – Body of Influence (1993)


1. A Successful psychiatrist (Cassavetes) has his world turned upside-down by the appearance of a mystery woman (Whirry) who cannot recall her own past. Along with a friend (Roundtree), he tries to unlock her secret only to uncover a bizarre series of events.
2. Reality and fantasy collide in the Beverly Hills offices of handsome psychiatrist Dr. Jonathon Brooks, when Laura, a sensual, mysterious and troubled young woman, asks for his help. Continue reading

Kôji Wakamatsu – Ranko AKA The Orgy (1967)

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A professional hitman, turned against the world that made him and sensationalizes what he does, kills in the hope to one day take back pieces of his past. It’s a world void of connections, trust or meaning, embroiled by fleeting encounters with fugitive women, who along with the other usual croutons sprinkling similar films of the time – diversions and subversion, greed and hijinks, the nameless political element, egalitarian dreams coming up against walls of economy – make a Wakamatsu salad where every ingredient has its untold price that everyone will be made to pay. Continue reading

Naki Yurter – Intikam kadini AKA The Turkish ‘I Spit On Your Grave’ (1979)


“This film is one of the highlights in a string of Turkish Erotic Cinema spanning from the early 1974 to 1980. Most of these films were seized and destroyed but amazingly a few survived.

Zerrin Dogan carved quite an impressive career for herself in this genre so much so that she was credited in the Guinness book for having completed almost 40 films in one year.

The film begins with her rape by an evil band of henchmen who kill her father and steal her dignity. After contemplating suicide she decides to seek retribution and we see the fascinating transformation from innocence to a woman of vengeance.

This film is presented in original Turkish language with Eng subtitles.” Continue reading

Miklós Jancsó – Vizi privati, pubbliche virtù aka Private Vices, Public Virtues (1976)



The son of Emperor Franz Josef of Austria, Crown Prince Rudolf, is believed to have shot his female lover and himself in a tragic suicide pact in 1882 in Mayerling. Due to Imperial cover-ups, the full story may never be known. This story has been filmed several times, in French in 1935 and in English in 1968. Hungarian director Miklos Jancso recreates those events for his own purposes, continuing his favored theme of the rejection of paternal authority. In the film, which has very little dialog, Rudolf is a good-natured pan-sexual golden boy, who cavorts on his rural estate with a host of beautiful, aristocratic lovers and friends of both sexes. He refuses to leave his country idyll even though he has been ordered to by the Emperor, his father. Despite the fact that for a large part of the film, attractive young people go about unclothed and engaging in erotic encounters, the mood is one of melancholy rather than prurience. The Prince is a political liberal who wishes to arrange things so that the Emperor will arrest him, creating a public scandal which will provide a rallying point for the opposition. Instead, when the expected troops come, Rudolf’s sensuous friends loyally ward off the Imperial officers, humiliating them in the process. The result is that the guests, the Prince and a hermaphrodite friend are killed by newly arrived Imperial reinforcements, and the now-familiar official story of murder and suicide is concocted for public consumption. ~ Clarke Fountain, All Movie Guide Continue reading

María Lidón – Yo puta AKA Whore AKA The Life (2004)


Plot from IMDB

A young writer named Elisabeth (unseen except for a voice-over) decides to write her newest book on the world’s oldest profession: prostitution. Based in Los Angeles, Elisabeth travels the world interviewing dozens of prostitutes ranging from call-girls, streetwalkers, even male and female gigolos. While Elisabeth is away, her neighbor Rebecca, an anthropology grad student, is drawn herself into the profession by her call-girl neighbor Adrianna who steers her to her top client Pierre. Continue reading

Nick Millard – Fraulein Leather [Extras] (1974)



DVDDrive-In.com: Director Nick Phillips is well-known for his fetish-driven adult films, usually involving leather, shoes, lesbianism, and sex toys. Lost for years, they are finally starting to resurface on home video thanks to the efforts of RetroSeduction Cinema, who have preserved a number of Phillips’ most noteworthy films. Media Blasters’ Guilty Pleasures cult film line has licensed two Phillips films, FRAULEIN LEATHER and BRIGITTA. The first to be released, FRAULEIN LEATHER, is a real surprise! Continue reading

Melih Gülgen – Tatli Tatli AKA Sweet Sweet (1975)

Sweet Sweet (Tatli Tatli 1975)
Mine Mutlu only made ‘erotic’ films in the 3 year period between 1974-1976. She made 5 such ‘erotic’ films in 1974, 9 in 1975, and 1 in 1976). In 1976, she withdrew entirely from ‘erotic’ film-making even though she was ‘at the top of her game’ — and she tried to re-invent herself on stage, as a performing singer. Continue reading

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