Mar 24, 2019

Fatal Images (1989)

Another SOV (shot on video) horror flick from the eighties, this one involving a camera that's possessed!

Mar 23, 2019

Her Odd Tastes (1969)

This was a sequel to a lost film called "Odd Tastes"; it stars the lovely Marsha Jordon, and follows her amorous sexcapades across the globe.

Cannibal Doctor (1999)

These grade-Z direct to video Misty Mundae movies don't seem worthy of a review; I mean, they're almost not movies.  But, if How To Make a Doll (1968) and Goldilocks and the Three Bares (1963) are good enough, I suppose we should make room for more current flicks in the same vein - as in, campy T&A flicks thrown together on a shoestring.

The Pizza Triangle (1970)

Original Title: Dramma della gelosia (tutti i particolari in cronaca); an Italian romantic comedy about a woman torn between two lovers.

Mar 21, 2019

The Naked Detective (1996)

A straight to VHS sex comedy about an old man and the four women who want his fortune.

Alice in Acidland (1969)

"The shockingly naked facts about LSD, revealing for the first time an inside look at the damaging effects of the sugar cube on the morals of a young girl!"

Mar 19, 2019

Dracula's Fiancee (2002)

What's Jean Rollin but up to after all this time?  Well, in 2002 he released La Fiancée de Dracula.  His erotic surrealist horror flicks are always a mixed bag for me.  I love Euro-horror-sleaze, but his work often was a bit too artsy - style put way, way over substance.  Yet, like a Jesus Franco flick, I keep coming back for more.  Let's have a look at a Rollin flick made a couple decades after his heyday.

Mar 18, 2019

Sex of the Witch (1973)

It's an Italian flick with Camille Keaton about heirs to a fortune who meet untimely ends.  With a lurid title like this, we just have to take a look.

Mar 17, 2019

Bikini Academy (1996)

We've taken a look at Bikini Drive-In from the year before, also featuring Tane McClure and Ashley Rhey, so why not continue the saga?  From Rick Sloane, the writer/director who gave us the Vice Academy and Hobgoblin series.

Mini-Skirt Love (1967)

A rather disturbing picture of murder and incest that somehow doesn't feel disturbing, thanks to a wonderfully cheesy vibe and groovy music. From director/producer Lou Campa who gave us Venus in Furs (1967), Sock It To Me Baby (1968) and C'mon Baby Light My Fire (1969),

Mar 15, 2019

Victims! (1985)

IMDb has a release date of 1985, but this was definitely made in the mid to late seventies.  I don't know if this violent, grainy, terribly made film ever saw the inside of a theater or drive-in, but it  made it to VHS in the mid-eighties.  Victims! is a bit of a mystery - I don't know who plays who, and it seems to be a combination of a couple films.  If it was any good, someone would have probably investigated this by now and we'd know more.  For now, it's just a shitty, mean-spirited exploitation flick. that we know precious little about.

Last Caress (2010)

An ode to Giallos and Euro-Horror from the seventies from France; basically a non-stop homage that's skillfully directed, but  may have you wondering why you're watching a modern imitation instead of the real thing.  Let's have a look...

The Sex Adventures of the Three Musketeers (1971)

Original Title: Die Sex-Abenteuer der drei Musketiere; starring our favorite naked German, Ingrid Steeger.

Mantis in Lace (1968)

A stripper has bad acid trips and can't stop killing every guy she sleeps with.  "Like a Female Mantis... to LOVE her was to DIE!"

Mar 10, 2019

The Man from O.R.G.Y. (1970)

The film adaptation of Ted Marks' The Man from O.R.G.Y. series.  "Meet Steve Victor, a new breed of agent. He stands up for what he believes in ... SEX!"

Meat for Satan's Icebox (2004)

This movie reminded me a lot of Bloodsucking Freaks and The Sinful Dwarf - a dark and grainy tale of women being tortured, with no regard for boundaries whatsoever. I can truly say I have not run across a movie like this in a long, long time - it was nonstop, relentless horror of the sleaziest, most depressing kind.  It I can't quite put it into words, so let's have a look...

Mar 9, 2019

Brain Dead (2007)

Tagline: "An alien parasite hungry for human hosts ... The infected rising from the dead, ravenous for brains ... A group of desperate misfits battling for survival ... Someone has a really bad travel agent!"

Porn Shoot Massacre (2009)

I'm a sucker for a good B-movie title, and it doesn't get much better than this.  Let's see if the film can live up to the name.

The Centerfold Girls (1974)

A trilogy of terrifying tales of a serial killer who's murdering girls who appear as centerfolds.  "He was their judge, jury... and executioner!"

Terror Firmer (1999)

Lloyd Kaufman tests the boundaries of tastelessness and then breaks them down and goes twenty miles further.  This is as wild and filthy as Troma ever got - definitely worth a look...

Mar 8, 2019

Skin Crawl (2007)

A low budget horror flick starring Debbie Rochon - there's something about an ancient curse, something about a double cross for an inheritance, and lots about Julian Wells' titties.

Broadcast Bombshells (1995)

Amy Lynn Baxter and Debbie Rochon star in this sex-comedy about the behind-the-scenes antics of a news station and a mad bomber on the loose.

This, That and the Other (1970)

AKA A Promise of Bed; It's a trilogy of odd little tales from the UK.

Mar 3, 2019

Pool Party Massacre (2017)

A stuck up rich girl has some friends over for a pool party, but they keep getting whacked by a guy with gardening tools.  It's a modern take on the eighties slasher genre.

Fantasm Comes Again (1977)

An Australian sexploitation anthology film; it's a sequel to Fantasm, released the previous year.  They went for a broader market this time with a bigger budget and Colin Eggleston directing.

Caged Hearts (1996)

A standard WIP movie, but this one stars a VZ1 favorite, Tane McClure as well as Carrie Genzel, who'd go on to quite a bit of success in mainstream TV and film.

Beast of the Yellow Night (1971)

The first picture to be released from Roger Corman's new company - New World Pictures.  It was filmed in the Philippines, and called by the LA Times: "confusing, implausible rather poorly made horror film"

The Curious Dr. Humpp (1967)

Original Title: La Venganza del Sexo; We just looked at the Argentinian film Blood of the Virgins, which has inspired me to check out another horror flick from Emilio Vieyra.

Mar 2, 2019

Blood of the Virgins (1967)

Original Title: Sangre de Vírgenes; an Argentinian vampire movie from the director of The Curious Dr. Humpp (1969), Emilio Vieyra.

La Minorenne (1974)

From the director of Amuck (1972), Silvio Amadio, comes this Italian sexploitation flick starring Gloria Guida.