42p proudly presents three full-length feature films featuring “Big John” and such big stars as Candy Samples, Colleen Brennan and the “Flesh Gordon” girl herself – Suzanne Fields! All features have been newly transferred from the original filthy 42nd Street Grindhouse Theater prints and presented in their original 4x3 aspect ratio!
Lenny (a.k.a. Les Chic), a gigolo played by our Mr. Lutze, receives a phone call from Sissy, a buxom bombshell complaining about her boyfriend Link cheating on her with a girl named Sherry. After boinking his brat-faced girlfriend, Lenny heads over to Sissy to comfort her with some lovin\'.
Stars a 70’s porn icon, Sandy Dempsey, as the “Instructor “ of a weight loss clinic. The “exercises” are rather revolutionary and this technique still works today. Want to see how to cram 50 minutes of hot, hardcore sex into a 60 minute feature? Pop this sucker in and watch the action. Oh, for those who bitch about bad dialogue and shitty canned music, this one has great dialogue, so-so shitty music, and it’s in color with all the streaks, scratches, and burns that totally capture that grindhouse ambiance.
This is it! Cult movie auteur Ed Wood Jr.’s (Plan 9 from Outer Space) very last film as writer-director. The Young Marrieds (1972) is also one of the rarest ‘lost’ movies in cult filmdom---so rare it wasn’t even known for sure it existed. But finally a print of Ed Wood’s last 16mm masterpiece surfaced, and After Hours Cinema is proud to present this extraordinary feature in a revealing DVD collection of Wood’s declining years toiling in the adult movie industry of Los Angeles.
Grindhouse Sexploitation at its Most Sinful! You’ll sell your soul for these three degenerate treasures from the Grindhouse Era, dripping with sexual depravity and featuring some of the hottest stars of adult cinema! Includes Madame Satan, Sex and the Single Vampire, and Devil’s Handmaidens!
Volume 2 in the Racy Reels from the Something Weird Vault series
“We have found a serpent in our garden of Eden” cries Ms. Fulla Bull, the leader of a militant group of feminists in Female Chauvinists (1976), one of two wacky ‘70s satires of the women’s lib movement in this double-feature Blu-Ray / DVD combo from Pop Cinema and Something Weird.
Hard-boiled detective figures were a noteworthy staple in early 1970s grindhouse, manifesting themselves in some of the earliest “hard action” productions coming out of L. A. Characters like “Nicky Butane,” “Sam Dobbs” and “Johnny Wadd” preceded the “neo-noir” new wave launched by Hollywood blockbusters such as Chinatown (1974) and The Long Goodbye (1973) and proved successful enough with audiences to inspire sequels and spin-offs.