A seductive woman, who left her small fishing town long ago after being caught with another woman’s husband, returns to shake up the place by seducing everyone, including the woman and her girlfriends.
Starring: Rebecca Brooke, Jennifer Welles, Jennifer Jordan, Eric Edwards, Jamie Gillis, Chris Jordan, Julia Sorel & Susan Sloan. Continue reading
Pornographic Blacksploitation. Quasi, a Black man with a 9 inch tongue lives alone with a pet frog. Since his girl friend left him 2 years ago he has become mute and used by everyone. While playing chess by himself on a park bench he is humiliated by a young woman. He’s then sexually taken advantage of by his gay doctor whose nurse hooks him up with her nymphomaniac friend Cherry, played by Briggite Maier, who then proceeds to have her friend Nancy over for a threesome. He constantly dreams of his ex and holds his pet close to a ceramic frog as if to symbolize the meaningless of it all. He walks alone on the beach and stops to stare at a young black couple lying on a towel. The man threatens him and chases him away. He picks some flowers intending to go back to Brigitte’s place but when he arrives an orgy in process. He walks along the beach and goes home only to see his ex with a white man. Continue reading
The Mechanics of Women is based on the novel by Louis Calaferte and directed by Jerome De Missolz. It concerns one man’s obsession and one woman’s appetite, and the consequences of their ultimate meeting. A man is entering the final stages of a love affair. His girlfriend tells him a tale of a woman, lurking of the streets of Paris in a search of men to conquer. The man, obsessed with this image of the woman, embarks on a quest. He enters a series of brief sexual encounters in hopes of finding her. His mind flows between fantasy and reality as he relives a lifetime of hapless affairs and one-night stands. One night, he attends a party in the projects when he comes face-to-face with the object of his obsession…
Jerome de Missolz is a well-known documentary film -maker. He has also directed a number of television films on fashion, politics and social issues, including a potrait of Yves Saint-Laurent; < fascism: The Return >. < La Mecanique des Femmes > is his first feature. Continue reading
Somewhere in a forbidden loft space… Her dream female sex mannequin comes alive as the stunning and intense London, there to passionately serve the breathtaking Dylan in a variety of naughty queer femme kink.
Passionate Tender Rough! Continue reading
This film was made in the 70’s, with Jean-Pierre Bouyxou. The superimpositions at the end are in some ways influenced by Etienne O’Leary’ stuff : Lethem didn’t saw the films, but Bouyxou was talking to him so much about these movies that if influenced him surely…
This is part of the “belgian underground” with Patrick Hella, Noel Godin, etc… Continue reading
Tighttwat Institute for Sexual Research, aka “Hard-on Heaven”, is where Dr. Cherrypopper gets sex readings from assistant Miss Motormouth. Their new client is impotent Harry Flattout. As a workplace sex pacifier, Harry pacified Ginny Pullertit and shy new worker Mary-Ann Lobglob, with assistance from Thunderfart, who moved on to passer-by Captain Sukatiddy. Harry got fired ganging up on Mr. Cockpul’s private secretary and lover, Elaine Ziptitz. Dr. Tighttwat takes her own advantage of Harry, supposedly ascertaining his case while really climaxing while remaining a virgin. Up next, Dr. Cherrypopper’s machine overloads when his assistant seduces him, and the assistant test drives Harry’s resulting permanent erection. Harry uses it to forcefully deflower Dr. Tighttwat, until she consents. So does Elaine Ziptitz, who reveals ending up enjoying their first encounter. Harry is re-hired as the boss realizes the importance of fringe benefits. Continue reading
L.A. Plays Itself begins as a mock-pastorale, with a steamy woodland encounter between a long-haired blonde guy and a hunky brunette whose face, typical of the director, we can barely discern. This extended hardcore sequence of outdoor sex gives way to images of bulldozers tearing down parts of the city; noisy, car-choked streets; and opportunistic encounters that occur both onscreen and on the audio track, the latter in the form of a conversation between a hayseed from Texas who’s just arrived in town and a predator who pretends to warn him of the dangers of the “big city” as a kind of nervous foreplay ritual. Halsted’s sex is sweaty and desperate, set against images of cruelty and destruction both in the bedrooms, bathhouses, and casual sexspaces where it occurs and in the grim, trashy world looming just outside. The sardonic commentaries of the director, who’s also usually a participant even when only seen in shadow, add unexpected touches of humanity.L.A. Plays Itself is a film of private rituals publicly exposed