Aug 28, 2016

Revenge of the Living Dead Girls (1986)

La revanche des mortes vivantes (original title); Director: Pierre B. Reinhard; Writers: Jean-Philippe Berger (adaptation), Jean-Claude Roy (screenplay)

It's a 1980s French film that wants to be a 1970s Italian zombie movie.  It delivers the blood and boobs, but does it have the mojo of its Roman predecessors?  Let's find out...

Aug 20, 2016

Satan's Blade (1984)

Director: L. Scott Castillo Jr.; Writers: L. Scott Castillo Jr. (original story), Thomas Cue (screenplay)

It's got a cool vaporwave synth score, a ton of Mesa College drama student boobage, and one of the best VHS covers of all time.  Surely this demands a look, right?

Aug 13, 2016

I'm Not Feeling Myself Tonight (1976)

The Brits loved their cheeky sex comedies in the 1970s.  From Benny Hill to the Carry On films, the spigot was always wide open for tawdry lowbrow humor.  There was, of course, a spectrum of bad taste, with the Carry On films being the most respectable, then those bawdy Confessions films (Confessions of Window Cleaner, Confessions of a Driving Instructor, etc.), and finally the seemingly infinite wasteland of low-budget, low class sex-coms that quickly faded into obscurity.  I'm Not Feeling Myself Tonight fits squarely in the latter category.  Let's have a look.

Aug 9, 2016

The Amazing Transplant (1970)

A few things intrigued me with this one. (1) It's directed by Doris Wishman, a female sexploitation director [Double Agent 73 (1974), Nude on the Moon (1961) and Bad Girls Go to Hell (1965)]. (2) It stars future Academy Award winning cinematographer João Fernandes.  Add to that, it's a smut-filled piece of celluloid sleaze, and you've got my attention.  Let's see if The Amazing Transplant lives up to my expectations...