Tuesday, April 18, 2017
It's an Invisible Man movie from the guy who brought us the sinfully under-loved There's Nothing Out There (1991). Add to that, a smoking-hot Gabriella Hall right before she left Hollywood for good, and you've got a potential for greatness. It won't compare to the 1933 classic for sure, but let's see if it at least lives up to our expectations...
Sunday, April 16, 2017
Let's have a look at an Italian sex comedy starring the gorgeous Nadia Cassini. This genre reliably delivers the goods in terms of gratuitous T&A and inane silliness. So, as long as horny hi-jinx is your only expectation, you might actually have a good time with this one. Let's have a look...
I was curious what the director of Village of the Damned (1960), Wolf Rilla, could do with a UK sexploitation romp in the vein of Benny Hill and Confessions of a Window Cleaner (1974). Would he add a certain sinister element to the risque nonsense? As it turns out, not at all. But I still enjoy the genre, and am happy to take in as many 1970s Britsploitation comedies as I can get. Let's have a look...
I thought I'd give this film a try since it's part of sexploitation history. In 1973 a Kentucky drive-in was taken to court on obscenity charges and the owner thrown in jail. Thankfully, the drive-in owner was acquitted, but it marked yet another try by the government to shut down the smut that was filling theaters and drive-ins across the country.
Cindy and Donna is by no means porn; but compared to what was showing just a few years prior, I'm sure it seemed quite sleazy to rural audiences. Let's have a look and see what got the Kentucky law enforcement's panties in a wad back in '73, shall we?
Tuesday, April 11, 2017
The Silencers is my absolute favorite among the wonderfully cheesy Matt Helm films. If you're not familiar - these are James Bond clones, but with all the seriousness removed, with total cornball awesomeness in its place.
Monday, April 10, 2017
Sunday, April 9, 2017
The Professor and Gilligan review the 1970 horror/drama Blood Mania. The Professor is awe-struck by the 70s stud Dr. Cooper, while Gilligan is in love with Greedo (listen to find out WTF). The Top 3 list for this episode is "the top 3 TV channels you would create if given the opportunity". One of the best top three's ever - Join us for a fun discussion!
Read on for the screen cap gallery...
Wednesday, March 29, 2017
Sure, it's made-for-late-night cable Skinemax-grade pablum - so what's the problem? Yes, it's just a single "episode" of the Alien Sex Files series starring no one of note, and, as of this writing, doesn't even warrant a single review on IMDb. Again, I ask, what's the problem? This could be a singular midnight-movie gem that we've all overlooked. Let's give it a look.
Sunday, March 26, 2017
The Professor and Gilligan take on the 1972 British sexploitation film Au Pair Girls. This week's top three: the greatest anthology films of all time.
Read on for the screencap gallery.
Saturday, March 25, 2017
Original Title: L'éventreur de Notre-Dame; AKA Exorcisms
Jess Franco delivers one of his sleaziest features - which is saying a lot for a guy who was once labeled "The most dangerous film-maker alive" by the Vatican.