William Friedkin – Cruising (1980)


A 1980 psychological thriller film directed by William Friedkin and starring Al Pacino. The film is loosely based on the novel of the same name, by New York Times reporter Gerald Walker, about a serial killer targeting gay men, in particular those associated with the S&M scene.
Poorly reviewed by critics, Cruising was a modest financial success, though the filming and promotion were dogged by gay rights protesters. The title is a play on words with a dual meaning, as “cruising” can describe police officers on patrol and also cruising for sex. Read More »

Niva Ruschell – Tongue (1976)


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. Read More »

Doris Wishman – Gentlemen Prefer Nature Girls (1962)


Anne and Tom, a married nudist couple, work in a real estate office. When the agency’s owner discovers that Tom is a nudist, he fires him. Unfortunately, Tom was just ready to close a big real-estate deal with Al Jenkins. Tom goes to his favorite nudist camp to take his mind off his problems and discovers that Al Jenkins is also a member of the nudist camp. Together they come up with a plan to get Tom’s wife and their boss to get to the nudist camp so they can close the deal. Read More »

Doris Wishman – Love Toy (1971)


He knew all the games… she was the plaything

DORIS WISHMAN, the First Lady of Exploitation, makes the ultimate Deviate’s dream come true with this extraordinarily demented piece of celluloid sickness.

A degenerate gambler, unable to come up with the cash necessary for a high stakes poker game, bets his nubile daughter. And loses. His daughter immediately becomes the delectable property of a hot-to-trot sex fiend and the film promptly becomes a catalogue of perversion, wallowing in domination, humiliation, fetishism, voyeurism, masturbation, lesbianism, spanking, bondage, blowjobs, incest, and more. You’ll be showering for days after this one! Read More »

Joe D’Amato – Emanuelle In America (1977)



Description: An American journalist travels throughout the world in search of a good story by joining a modern-day harem and traveling to Venice to see what really goes on at diplomatic parties. While trying to expose a corrupt government official, Emanuelle stumbles upon a group that uses kidnapped girls to make and sell snuff films. A brush with death leaves Emanuelle wondering if it is perhaps time to hang up her camera for good Read More »

Joseph Strick – Road Movie (1974)


“This cult favorite from one of cinema’s richest eras, directed by Academy Award-winning director Joseph Strick, stars Barry Bostwick (The Rocky Horror Picture Show) and Robert Drivas (Cool Hand Luke) delivering bravura performances as a pair of brutish truck drivers who pick up a prostitute on a trip across America. Regina Baff (The Paper Chase) tears at the heart as the beaten and furious hooker who exchanges her body for a ride to New York, only to be further abused. Rejected and scorned, she becomes determined to seek revenge.” – DVD packaging copy Read More »

István Ventilla – Nicole aka Crazed (1978)


Features Dukes Of Hazzard’s Daisy Duke only nude scenes!

Crazed features a fully-nude lesbian scene between Daisy Duke herself Catherine Bach and critically acclaimed character actress Leslie Caron (Chocolat, Gigi)! Because of this notorious scene, Crazed has become one of the most sought-after movies on the cult film collector’s circuit. Nicole (Leslie Caron), a reclusive widow who lives alone in her mansion with only her housemaids and butlers to keep her company, leads a decadent and lustful life. Using her voluptuous body and her vast fortune to manipulate those around her, Nicole is obsessed with controlling all the people in her life. However, as she finds love with a dashing suitor and friendship with a young aspiring dancer (Catherine Bach), Nicole begins to change for the better…that is until she suspects her new lover may be cheating on her. As her crazed suspicions begin to spin her life out of control, Nicole weaves a devious web of deception and betrayal, all leading up to bloody murder! Read More »