Studio: After Hours Cinema Don’t miss these three mesmerizing and psychotropic features by artist and filmmaker Eduardo Cemano, the man responsible for some of the most groundbreaking films of 1970s adult cinema, now available for the first time on DVD. This three-film collection, the second in After Hours Cinema’s Eudardo Cemano Grindhouse Director Series, includes Cemano’s core “trilogy” of ultra-erotic, hardcore classics: THE HEALERS (1972), FONGALULI (1972), and MADAME ZENOBIA(1973), along with an array of exciting extras, including extensive director commentaries, interviews, liners n
The legendary I, a Woman was one of the most influential erotic films ever released in the U. S. Building on that foundation, director Mac Ahlberg and producer-screenwriter Peer Guldbrandsen followed on the original film’s phenomenal success with two sexsational sequels, both of which have become erotic legends in their own right.
Harry Reems and Darby Lloyd Raines are a couple who have built up a thriving business around each’s ability to satisfy lovers of the opposite sex. They started out with a plain ol’ escort service, but soon found out they could make more cash doing the kinky stuff.
Chuck Vincent, whose credits include 'Bon Appetite', 'Jack'N' Jill', and 'Bad Penny', now brings us the erotically authentic portrayal of Ernie Gordon, an apparent "loser" who ultimately comes out on top in the sexual sweepstakes.
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.
Features: The Sex Deviates, The Apartment , In The Girl Next Door The Sex Deviates is one of three cheapo “storefront” features contained in this Triple Feature Collection, but it just happens to be a brand new one (the other two – The Apartment and The Girl Next Door – being produced some time in the murky beginnings of the 1970s). A storefront feature was simply a no-budget 16mm fuck film that played in a ground level commercial space that had been cheaply converted into a cinema by throwing up a screen, a makeshift projection booth, and a bunch of folding chairs.
Recently released from duty, a deranged Vietnam vet (porn superstar Harry Reems/Deep Throat) brings the carnage home with him and declares war on New York City\'s female population. The no-name loner finds work at a one-pump gas station, where he is able to obtain information on customers that pay by credit card. Armed with his intended victims\' addresses, along with his trusty gun and knife and the sounds of a distant jungle battle screaming in his brain, the homicidal maniac forces his way into the homes of innocent young women…to act out his most violent psychosexual impulses.
Adults Only / You Must Be 18 Years or Older to Order this Title Epitomizing the era of porn chic, Georgina Spelvin became one of the best-known figures in hardcore pornography for her starring role in The Devil in Miss Jones in 1973. Spelvin went on to appear in over 70 adult films before retiring from them in 1979. Inside Georgina Spelvin (1973) This sizzler is about a trio of roommates who have fallen desperately behind on their rent so they decide to make a porn movie to raise a little fast cash. Guess Who’s Coming?
Horny honeymooners and knob-nibbling newlyweds fill out the bill for this latest installment of the After Hours Collector\'s Storefront Feature Series. The wedding bed has never looked so scratched, faded, and poorly framed as it does in these one-day cheapies from the golden age of small-gauge sleaze. So hang that "Do Not Disturb" sign on the door and get ready to pop your cherry on a triple feature of naughty nuptial delights.
In recent years the slasher film has become an old and venerable genre, the subject of extensive critical analysis. There was a time, though, when random violence – tinged as it always seems to be with the odor of sex – was considered the bottom of the barrel of cinematic expression. It seems to have taken the spiritual malaise associated with the 70s to get the genie of sex-violence out of the bottle and up onto the big screen.
After Hours Cinema gives you the "Times Square" storefront theater viewing experience in the GRINDHOUSE HOSTAGE COLLECTION: Three grimy film gems from the early 1970s, VIRGIN HOSTAGE starring Suzanne Fields (Flesh Gordon, Gunilla, The Stewardesses), PLAY ONLY WITH ME starring Desiree West (Sex World, Vist Valley P.T.A.) and THE BLUE BALLOON starring Lisbeth Olsen (Bel Ami, Justine and Juliette)
Included on this triple-feature “found in the trash, but don’t call it garbage” deluxe DVD edition are three Rene Bond rarities from the early 1970s, the kind of films that pious porn hounds used to enjoy in the dubious privacy of their neighborhood storefront cinema. What they lack in polish and professionalism they more than make up for in hot, grainy, 16 mm sex, the kind that once caused many a raincoat to rise and fall in ecstasy. So sit back, loosen your belt, and prepare yourself for a triple dose of the rapturous Rene.
Features SINS OF REVEREND STAR and NIGHT OF SUBMISSION! This double-barreled dose of DVD decadence – plucked from the depths of the After Hours Collector’s secret chamber of smut! – contains two of the Seventies porn world’s more entertaining “cult classics,” chock-a-block full of strange rituals, brainwashed babes, and hot and horny sex. Not recommended for the highly suggestible (or for the faint of heart), get ready to relinquish your soul to the forces of occult sexual madness!
At risk of finding a live chicken nailed to our door, the After Hours Cinema Grindhouse Triple Feature Series has once again decided to explore the dark world of occult science. Aliester Crowley may have first proposed the idea that sex and “magick” were a potent combination, but the large number of storefront features pairing the two together has more than convinced After Hours Cinema that voodoo and hoo-hoo share a kind of secret affinity. What else but black magic could explain the fact that so many sex films were made by so many people with no filmmaking ability at all?
Rare and Forgotten “Grindhouse” Cinema from the Shocking Sixties Directed By: Various Directors Starring:John Holmes, Suzanne Fields From the early 1960s right up to the death-blow wielded by The Meese Commission, anything went on 42nd Street in New York City. Porno guys got cheap multi-year leases on most of “ The Deuce” and surrounding blocks. Formerly unrentable retail stores became “storefront theaters.” A plywood partition was built to house the projector, the back wall was painted white or a sheet hung up, a few dozen folding chairs were lined up, and the windows were blacked out.
Just when you thought it was safe to watch mind-bending, gonad-bursting sex from the 70s, along comes Grindhouse Trash Part 2 to juice you up all over again. After Hours Cinema\'s latest installment of the Storefront Feature Series presents grindhouse gems Melvin Kissem, where hot chicks PAY to ball; In Flight Service, which follows the naughty adventures of an airline hostess and her horny roommate; and Fires Down Below, where... well…the title says it all! Includes an 8-page full-color booklet with liner notes!
In our continuing effort to contribute to the delinquency of the smut consuming public, After Hours Cinema is proud to present three cherry-popping favorites plucked fresh from the garbage can of the otherwise unwatchable. Nubile nymphs and teasing college honeys flesh out the bill of fare, jumbled together with the usual blend of cinematic ineptitude. So sit back, relax, and prepare yourself for a triple-shot of teenage titillation.
A three-some so good, we did it again!Directed By: VariousStarring: Rene Bond, Sandy Cary, Ric LutzeStudio: After Hours CinemaStreet Date: November 24, 2009After Hours Cinema is proud to present three more cherry-popping favorites plucked fresh from the garbage cans of 42nd Street. Nubile nymphs and teasing college honeys plus cult cutie Rene Bond, jumbled together with the usual blend of 70s cinematic chaos. So sit back, relax, and prepare yourself for a trilogy of adults-only rarities from the sleaz-o-riffic Seventies! ______________________________________________________
21-year-old Suzanne Fields (a.k.a. Cindy Hopkins) was a mainstay of erotic and adult films in 1972. She never reached the superstar status of a Linda Lovelace or Marilyn Chambers, but in many ways she shined above her superstar co-stars with her girl-next-door looks and irresistible charm. Suzanne appeared in high-profile films like Run Jackson, Run, Teenage Fantasies and the 3D classic The Stewardesses, but she is best remembered for her role as "Dale Ardor" in the epic erotic sci-fi spoof Flesh Gordon.
Tammie Trevor is having a tough time with her sex life so her doctor recommends that she have some adventures. Her apartment hopping in search of the same provides the premise, as she wanders through the high rise meeting both interesting and oddball characters.