Shot back-to-back with Vibrations in 1968, All the Sins of Sodom has been hailed as “one of Sarno’s most captivating films.” (Video Watchdog)
Encouraged by his agent, struggling NYC photographer Henning begins a daring portfolio of his model, Leslie. But all too soon, jealousies erupt when another model vies for his camera and bed in this penetrating study of ambition, romance and lust set in the world of fashion photography. “Sexploitation auteur Sarno is at the top of his game” in this elegantly filmed time capsule of late ‘60s New York (DVD.com).
Newly Remastered to HD from the original film elements
The screwball comedy, Pandora and the Magic Box (1965) introduced sexploitation auteur Joe Sarno’s unique take on Yiddish Theater to the raincoat crowd. Sarno would bring this blend of broad farce and burlesque to the screen again in his madcap spy caper Deep Throat II (1974) and the ribald spoof, A Touch of Genie (1974)., all part of this multi-film collection with bonus feature The Switch (1974).
Newly remastered to HD from the original film elements.
The screwball comedy, Pandora and the Magic Box (1965) introduced sexploitation auteur Joe Sarno’s unique take on Yiddish Theater to the raincoat crowd. Sarno would bring this blend of broad farce and burlesque to the screen again in his madcap spy caper Deep Throat II (1974) and the ribald spoof, A Touch of Genie (1974), all included in this multi-feature collection with bonus film The Switch (1974)!
Ain’t it Cool News calls it, “the thinking man’s gross out film.” Dread Central calls it, “a whole lot of ooze- dripping fun!” Director Gregory Lamberson triples the ooze in this sequel to his 1989 cult hit Slime City, Slime City Massacre!
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.
Hand eager ‘70’s film students 100 bucks and a 16mm movie camera for the weekend, and you’d probably expect a load of pretentious, avante-garde rubbish to result, right? Au contraire, they’ll go out and shoot a raunchy little adult feature!
A double dose of grindy ‘70s skin flicks that played the storefront low-budget “shoe-box” theaters on 8th Avenue in NYC.
Tarzan in the Valley of Lust (50 mins.) – Tarzan as Edgar Rice Burroughs wished he could have written him – swingin’ from tree to tree while swingin’ with blond jungle beauty Jane and a buxom native girl who just can’t pass up a bulging loin cloth.
A gripping psychological ghost story along the lines of THE OTHERS, THE HAUNTING and LET’S SCARE JESSICA TO DEATH, THE DROWNED tells the story of Kate Williams, who inherits her grandmother’s cottage on a remote lake. There, she encounters apparitions that seem to emanate from a submerged church where a congregation drowned over 100 years ago. But as Kate is drawn deeper and deeper into the tragic history, she finds she is ill-prepared to unravel the horror that is THE DROWNED!
Camp Motion Pictures’ DVD-ON-Demand Series brings you movies previously unreleased on DVD...to DVD!
Traumatized by vampires as a young man, David Gray grows into an adult dedicated to fighting the bloodthirsty forces of evil. He's called to the remote New England village of Cortempierre, in which innocent humans have become the victims of witches and vampires.
International cult film icon Paul Naschy stars in A Werewolf in the Amazon, the heart of this four-film, three-disc collection of vampires, werewolves, super villains and mummies as viewed through the dark and deliriously decadent lens of Brazil’s leading genre director, Ivan Cardoso.