Wednesday, September 21, 2016

Mother/Son Incest is so very TABOO (Review)

Director: Kirdy Stevens

Cast: Kay Parker, Dorothy LeMay, Mike Ranger, Juliet Anderson

Vinegar Syndrome / All Region / XXX / 1.85:1 widescreen / DTS-HD Mono / 86 minutes

Extras: Brand new audio commentary with: Kay Parker / Brand new audio commentary with: Helene Terrie / Archival audio commentary with: Kay Parker / Archival audio commentary with: Kirdy Stevens, Helene Terrie / Archival video interview with: Kay Parker / Promotional image gallery / Reversible cover artwork



Porn pioneer Kirdy Stevens and his wife/collaborator Helene Terrie were an adult movie power team. Stevens started his long career in the early 1960s making softcore loops for peepshows, moved on to producing simulated sex acts through mail order and finally by the late '60s, he was shooting silent hardcore flicks. After getting into legal trouble and being forced out of porn and into "legit" movies for a few years, Stevens returned in the mid-'70s after the theatrical success of Deep Throat with his first feature film Lollipop Palace. But it wasn't for a couple of years that he and Terrie would hit it big with their highly controversial but insanely sensual Taboo starring the MILF-iest MILF who has ever MILF-ed, Kay Parker.

Friday, September 16, 2016

Japanese Ero Guro MAI-CHAN'S DAILY LIFE: THE MOVIE (Review)

Director: Sade Satô

Cast: Miyako Akane, An Koshi, Soaco Roman, Shôgo Maruyama

Redemption Films / Region A / Unrated / 1.78:1 widescreen / Japanese with English subtitles

Extras: "Waita's Daily Life", a two part behind-the-scenes documentary (31 minutes) / Trailer



Mai-Chan's Daily Life or Mai-chan no Nichijō, as it is known in its native Japan, is a "ero guro" form of manga by writer and illustrator Waita Uziga, released as a collected edition in 2004. Ero guro is a Japanese combination of the English words for "erotic" and "grotesque". The genre started in 1930 and focuses on eroticism, sexual corruption, and decadence. From the wiki, "the 'grotesqueness' implied in the term refers to things that are malformed, unnatural, or horrific. Items that are pornographic and bloody are not necessarily ero guro, and ero guro is not necessarily pornographic or bloody. The term is often used incorrectly by western audiences to mean "gore"—depictions of horror, blood, and guts."

Wednesday, September 7, 2016

Intervision to release a pair of erotic French classics on blu-ray


In an effort to increase the global temperature during the more temperate post-Summer months, Intervision Picture Corp is excited to present two titillating feature films from France’s master of erotica, Gérard Kikoïne. Erupting with white hot sexuality and vintage sin, both of these films will satisfy all your wildest desires for art-fueled naughtiness! The flesh gets exposed on September 27th.
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