Tuesday, January 10, 2017
It's the beginning of a new year which means we must again look back at the year before and reflect upon what we deem superlative. 2016 was a fantastic year for horror and exploitation films, old and new. There were some very good new movies produced and there were lots of amazing releases of some older classics and fan favorites. The continuing epic release schedule of Vinegar Syndrome and the insane limited releases from Arrow Video were among the highlights, but many more companies had superb years. So, without further ado, lets take a look at our favorite releases and companies of 2016!
Monday, December 19, 2016
Cast(s): Kay Parker, Dorothy LeMay, Honey Wilder, Kevin James, Lisa Lake, Pamela Mann, Jerry Butler, Ron Jeremy
Vinegar Syndrome / All Region / 1.85:1 widescreen / DTS-HD mono / 191 minutes (total)
Extras: Video interview with actor Blake Palmer / Original theatrical trailer for TABOO 2 / Kay Parker’s personal script for TABOO 3 / Reverse cover artwork
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In 1980 adult film director director Kirdy Stevens and his wife/collaborating writer Helene Terrie made one of the most infamous and legendary porn movies ever; the mother and son incest-themed Taboo (REVIEW). The story centered around newly divorced Barbara (Kay Parker) and her teenage son Paul who wasn't shy about letting dear ol' mom know that he wanted to fuck her. And with legs and big natural juggs like hers, who wouldn't? Barbara is sexually frustrated and with the goading of her nymphomaniac best friend, she eventually succumbs to Paul and they have a torrid affair. So what do you do when a film like that is a success? Make sequels, of course!
Friday, December 16, 2016
By Spencer Combs
I finally sat down to watch Rob Zombie's new film 31 and like many others, I can't say I was a fan. But that's neither here nor there with regards to the point of this writing. What really irked me was when I remembered that Rob crowd funded this movie, then proceeded to put it in theaters in a "neutered" version with promises of an unrated cut later.