Before her roles in high-profile Golden Age films Barbara Broadcast and The Violation of Claudia, Sharon Mitchell cut her teeth in a series of east coast one-day-wonders, long thought lost in the ruins of the grindhouse circuit. We are proud to present two of these films, available for the first time to home entertainment: Bad Barbara (1976), and Too Young to Care (1975).
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.
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.
This collectable series showcases rare adult features from the archives of Vancouver's infamous Venus Theatre. Volume 1 presents the controversial 1977 feature Abduction of Lorelei, starring adult icon Serena, along with South of the Border (1977) and Turn Me 'Round (1975) plus essays on the Venus by film historian Dimitrios Otis and Abduction of Lorelei by fringe culture writer Heather Drain.