See all new digital shooting effects! See which of the three prostitutes brings death to them all! See Tina Krause’s sexiest love scene ever! See the making of this very racy love scene! See twenty minutes of never before seen footage! Three beautiful prostitutes enter into a deadly business arrangement!
The Love Statue is an outrageous and trippy look at the drug-fueled sex parties of 1960s New York Greenwich Village, directed by David Durston, the genius behind cult classic I Drink Your Blood. Starring Gigi Darlene of Bad Girls Go to Hell as…
Tina Krause, Mia Copia, Pamela Sutch, Kassie Karr, Debbie D, Destiny, Laura Giglio, Laura Love, Barbara Joyce, Dean Paul, Dawn Murphy, David Lee, and GW Lawrence star in this long awaited film. Tina and Debbie are two killer clones out to eliminate their exact doubles. See Tina die 7 different ways including strangulation, decapitation, drowning, impalement with an arrow, electroctuted, gassed, and shot!
History is about to be changed and only by returning to the late 1800\'s can Christina (Tina Krause) Barnes stop the impending carnage! A British agent, Jennifer (Debbie D) Wellington has been transported back in time in order to supply the Sioux with automatic rifles, thus turning the tide of the Indian Wars in their favor!
Uschi Digard, the voluptuous and talented star of Supervixens and Beneath the Valley of the Ultra-Vixens, is celebrated in this breathtakingly erotic three-film and rare shorts collection from Retro Seduction Cinema: Fancy Lady (1971) – erotic journalist Karin Nykquist (Uschi Digard) samples the seamier side of San Franciso while reflecting on her amorous past in this picturesque and kinky gem directed by Nick Philips. Pleasures of a Woman (1973) – Uschi Digard stars as Martine, a passionate adventuress with a lethal desire for
Before Misty Mundae was a softcore star, the teenage actress and girl-next-door beauty went hardcore with a mind-blowing performance that must be seen to be believed! Vampire Strangler 2-DVD Collector’s Edition is the ultimate Mundae experience and a Misty lover’s wet dream come true. The restored and newly edited feature film has been approved by director William Hellfire and is packed with brand new materials including extensive liner notes and never-before-seen photographs.
The Vampire’s Curse stars Tina Krause as Chris, a young girl who is housesitting on a hot and sweltering summer night. Bored and unable to sleep, she ends up reading an ancient text. But she fails to heed the warning at the beginning of the book and her actions begin a chain reaction that will have terrible consequences for all those involved!
A young girl drowns in a swimming pool and the lives of those who try to save her will never be the same. Barbara Joyce, Debbie D, and Pamela Sutch star as three friends offered jobs as showgirls in Las Vegas. Leaving her girlfriend, Jennifer (Mia Copia) behind, Celine travels to Vegas with Jessica and Holly, not knowing that both Jennifer and her friend Marcy are savagely strangled right after she leaves.
Junior (Dean Paul) is back and he’s out for revenge against the prostitutes he blames for his mother’s death! Real life sisters Sandra Kennedy and Jessica LeMonte play hookers Debbie and Pam, respectively. Charlie forces them to play his twisted game of riddles and bobbing for grapes. Each time he gives a riddle, Pam must answer it or Debbie will be electrocuted.
Junior continues his rampage against the hookers he blames for his mother’s death! He completes his mission against the two call girls from Part 1. And then he arranges to meet a hooker played by Veronika Blu. Veronika plays twins, Tina and Mia, one a bad girl and the other a good girl, both of whom encounter Charlie and don’t live to tell about it.
Junior’s vicious rampage continues. This time he’s found his father’s notes regarding the reanimation of dead tissue. His objective is to bring back to life each of his victims and then to kill them again and again so that they suffer as much as he has. And he also plans to find the one victim (Pamela Sutch) that got away and make sure she doesn’t get away again!
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.
Accused of witchcraft, a beautiful woman (Debbie D) is chased into the forest where she dies in a quicksand bog. But her spirit lives on, seeking revenge, and longing for the touch of another woman. Four people enter her woods for a photo shoot. Barbara Joyce is the makeup person and believes the witch does indeed exist.
Pamela Sutch stars as the twin sister of the unfortunate business woman who was cooked and eaten by the witch (Laura Giglio) in the original Witch’s Feast! Pam comes to town looking for her sister, but finds the hungry witch instead. Like her sister, she’s captured, stripped, and prepared for an evening meal!
Pamela Sutch stars as an unfortunate business woman who is kidnapped by a witch (Laura Giglio) and prepared to be the witch’s evening meal! But not before she’s stripped of her clothes, prodded and fondled, and hung upside down by the ankles. And there’s one scene you have to see to believe!