SS Camp: Women’s Hell (1977, DVD Review)

SS Camp: Women's Hell DVDDirector: Sergio Garrone

Cast: Paola Corazzi, Rita Manna, Giorgio Cerioni

Exploitation Digital / Region 1 / Unrated / 1.85:1 widescreen / Dolby Digital Stereo / 96 minutes

Extras: Photo Gallery, Interview with Sergio Garrone, Original Trailer, Exploitation Digital Trailers

NOTE: This title is Out Of Print

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In the world of the exploitation films, there are many sub-genres. The one in which I have been interested lately is Nazisploitation. I have watched a few in the last couple weeks and they are a bit unnerving. I have recently watched Gestapo’s Last Orgy, SS Hell Camp, and SS Camp: Women’s Hell. I can already tell you that there isn’t a huge difference between them in regards to content, and I have a feeling it will be the same across the next three films I have purchased. All three films have scenes of sexual and physical torture. There is plenty of nudity, usually coming at you in large groups: for instance, a shower scene. They also have a tendency to lean towards the plot of your basic revenge film. So don’t make the mistake my sister-in-law made and think these are pro-Nazi films. They are very much anti-Nazi, and that is the way it should be. Continue reading

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Long Jeanne Silver (1977, DVD Review)

Long Jeanne Silver DVDDirector: Alex deRenzy

Cast: Jeanne Silver, Paul Thomas, Joey Silvera, Sandy Pinney

Vinegar Syndrome / All Region / XXX / 1.33:1 Fullscreen / 65 minutes

EXTRAS: Commentary with Jeanne Silver

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Long Jeanne Silver is one of the most interesting porn stars of all time. Not only was she an adorable, vibrant, very game sexual dynamo from the late 1970s to the mid-’80s but she had a one-of-a-kind gimmick; she only had one leg. More specifically she had one-and-three-quarters of a leg. She doesn’t have a foot on her left leg which leaves a stump about halfway up her shin. We’ll call that her “fucking stump”. From an early age in Arizona, then to New York City, she was into some very adult things; sex, drugs and rock and roll (she used to hang out at Max’s Kansas City in NYC back in the day). She was a stripper, did layouts for Cheri men’s magazine and of course, starred in adult movies. Continue reading

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Gone With the Pope (1976, Blu-ray Review)

Gone With the Pope Blu-rayDirector: Duke Mitchell

Cast: Duke Mitchell, Lorenzo Dardado, Peter Milo, Jim LoBianco

Grindhouse Releasing / All Region / Unrated / 1.85:1 Widescreen / DTS-HD Mono, Stereo and 5.1 Surround / 82 minutes

Extras: In-depth interviews with stars Jim LoBianco and John Murgia, cinematographer Peter Santoro, editors Bob Leighton and Robert Florio, and legendary exploitation producer and director Matt Cimber / Footage from the 2010 Hollywood World Premiere / Deleted scenes and bloopers / Liner notes by acclaimed horror novelist John Skipp / Extensive still galleries and theatrical trailer / AND OTHER SURPRISES!

Gone With The Pope (Blu-ray + DVD Combo)

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Applecart (2015, Movie Review)

Applecart PosterDirector: Dustin Mills

Cast: Haley Jay Madison, Erin R. Ryan, David Parker, Joshua Miller, Allison Egan, Brandon Salkil, Joni Durian

Crumpleshack Films

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The idiom “upset the applecart” means “to disorganize or spoil something, especially an established arrangement or plan” or in laymen’s terms, to fuck up the norm. If you have been a fan of horror or exploitation movies for very long, you know that the genre has a tendency to get a little stale at times. Hell, it’s stale most of the time with filmmakers taking a hot idea and running that shit into the ground. Some people might say that fact is part of the charm of horror movies; the ability to be so incestuous and still be somewhat entertaining. Then you have filmmakers, usually from the indie/underground scene, who come along and upset the applecart. That person right now is Dustin Mills and his uncanny ability to breathe new life into a scene that has become somewhat monotonous. Continue reading

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Don’t Go in the Woods (1981, Blu-ray Review)

Don't Go in the Woods Blu-rayDirector: James Bryan

Cast: Jack McClelland, Mary Gail Artz, James P. Hayden

Vinegar Syndrome / All Region / Unrated / 1.85:1 widescreen / DTS-HD mono / 82 minutes

Extras: Director’s Commentary / Group Commentary With Director, Star Mary Gail Arts And Others / Commentary With The Hysteria Continues! / Cast And Crew Interviews / Autograph Signing Party Footage / Pressbooks And Artwork Gallery / Production Still Images / TV Promo / Theatrical Trailer And More!

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