Studio: After Hours Cinema Adults Only / You Must Be 18 Years or Older to Order this Title The words “virgin” and “nymph” could be seen many times plastered upon the marquees of innumerable 42nd Street Grindhouses and storefront theaters. After Hours Cinema is proud to present 3 “sleaze grinder” classics that perfectly exemplify, and deliver upon, this kind of “XXX” – citing enticement!
3-Disk DVD Set Includes: Millie’s Homecoming, Weirdos and the Oddballs, Sample West Coast One-Day-Wonder Eduardo Cemano is one of the bona fide pioneers of XXX filmmaking, a cineaste who wasn’t afraid to allow the sex act to blossom at the center of his creative efforts, a free spirit who truly believed that sex and artistic liberty were deeply and intimately connected.
This month’s installment of the After Hours Collector’s ever-expanding Storefront Series celebrates the guys and gals of the Golden Gate grind scene, offering up a tasty two-fer of Pacific flavored porn guaranteed to make you think an earthquake just struck in your pants. DISC 1 - WENDY's NAUGHTY NIGHT Direct by Nick Philips DISC 2 - SIV, A SWEDISH GIRL Direct by Nick Philips DISC 3 - BONUS FEATURE "EASY ALICE"
Josephine, a voluptuous redhead, is shacked up with all the big city businessmen, who hungrily partake of every inch of her young and exquisite body. A rare Euro feature! DVD also includes never-before-seen Euro 8mm film loops.
After Hours presents a prurient program of three raunchy grindhouse screwfests whose titles alone suggest a plethora of hot and uninhibited intercourse that definitively proves wild sex – reckless, untamed, no-holds-barred! – was THE only variety of sex performed in the ‘70s by the sex-addicted cognoscenti! Includes Penthouse Party Girl, Four Buddies, and Aphrodesians.
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.