Studio: Secret Key Motion Pictures This 2-DVD collection contains three soft-core, storefront classics just like the ones you used to see on 42nd Street. Inside one of these shoebox theaters, a plywood wall was built in the back of the room to hide the projector, and a sheet was hung up or a wall was painted white to serve as the screen. Fifty to a hundred folding chairs were then placed in rows to accommodate the horny hordes. I can\'t recreate the smell of b. o. and disinfectant, but the scratches and splices on these prints are real - they weren\'t generated by computer.
Volume 1 in the Racy Reels from the Something Weird Vault series
“A pioneering slice of post-apocalypse cinema”* only begins to describe the soft-core doomsday fever-dream that is Cries of Ecstasy, Blows of Death (1973), head-lining this fantasy – sci-fi double-feature Blu-Ray / DVD combo from Pop Cinema and Something Weird.