Favorite films

  • Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion
  • The Transgressor
  • Vampyros Lesbos
  • The Whip and the Body

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  • Maid of Salem


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Recent reviews

  • Rollerbabies



    Inventive if slightly slipshod porno take on the SF classic “Rollerball” sees a future where sex is outlawed with the populace satiated by live TV sex broadcasts. Producer Sherman Frobish (Alan Marlow) is being squeezed out of the business until he comes up with the concept of a competition where participants have sex while racing around an indoor circuit. Director Carter Stevens and writer Wesson Smith deliver a mix of low brow humour, cheeky satire and the occasional well aimed…

  • Voyage of the Rock Aliens

    Voyage of the Rock Aliens

    A wandering band of aliens, in a guitar shaped spacecraft, are trawling the universe in search of the source of rock ‘n’ roll. They arrive in the American town of Speelburgh (!), where Frankie (Craig Sheffer) and his band The Pack seem to be the big thing in town. Frankie’s girlfriend Dee Dee (Pia Zadora) isn’t happy, however, as Frankie won’t let her sing with the band. The arrival of the aliens changes the dynamic and all kinds of singing…

Popular reviews

  • The Devil's Plaything

    The Devil's Plaything


    "Der Fluch der Schwarzen Schwestern" ("The Devil's Playing" aka "Vampire Ecstasy") delivers more nude lesbian witchy vampires than any sane film should attempt to contain. Written and directed by trash master Joe Sarno the film takes place in the Bavarian mountains where a group of witchy priestesses look after the spirit of the medieval vampire Baroness Varga. When a group of strangers arrive at the castle the seductive leader of the coven sees a way to resurrect the Baroness.


  • The Warriors

    The Warriors


    Although outwardly a nihilist, violent, gritty urban thriller, "The Warriors" is a highly political commentary on a decaying social order; a revolutionary political tract (with deeply religious overtones) and a comic book teenage empowerment fantasy, all wrapped up within a self-mythologizing retelling of the Greek Battle of Cunaxa from 401 B.C. Nine members from each of the main street gangs in New York are summonsed to a meeting in Van Cortlandt Park by Cyrus (Roger Hill), the leader of the…