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‘Robin’s Nest / Bella’ Review (Vinegar Syndrome)

27 March 2016 1:24 PM, PDT | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

Robin’S Nest (1980)

“There’s high flying action when the pretty little birds flock together…”

Newlyweds Alan (Eric Edwards, Laura’s Toys) and Robin (Arcadia Lake, Debbie Does Dallas) spend their first day as a married couple by moving in to their new apartment. Naturally, that evening they christen said apartment like most couples would do and damn do they start married life with a bang! The perfect start to what will be a truly future? Maybe not, because fast forward six months later and the couple’s bickering has lead to the pair undergoing a trial separation and Robin to move out. She decides to stay with her high society nympho of a friend; Glenna (Robin Byrd, Pleasure Palace). The pair then do some “catching up”. With her mind somewhat at ease, Robin’s healing process is off to a great start! Alan on the other hand is a bumbling, »

- Mondo Squallido

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‘Too Naughty To Say No’ DVD Review (Vinegar Syndrome)

5 March 2016 7:35 AM, PST | Blogomatic3000 | See recent Blogomatic3000 news »

“Nasty Enough To Say Yes!”

Betty (Angel, For Your Thighs Only) is your typical innocent Catholic schoolgirl. One day after studying her bible under the supervision of Sister Rose (Lisa De Leeuw, Pink Champagne) with her party loving friend Catherine (Ginger Lynne, Lust in the Fast Lane), she doses off (religion does that to you.) and finds herself in a world filled with lust, debauchery and some very questionable individuals indeed. Her adventures begin with her watching Catherine get down and dirty with an older guy (Jamie Gillis, Corruption) who thankfully has better taste in women than he does clothes! After the free show, Catherine promises her much more and instantly delivers by sending her to a brothel ran by Madame Rose (De Leeuw again). She’s treated once again to a free show, but finds herself the subject of a bidding war between Senator Bribe (Eric Edwards, Laura’s »

- Mondo Squallido

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How I Shot That: Dp Eric Edwards Explains Why The Right Tools Are More Important Than Ever

28 January 2016 6:58 AM, PST | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Read More: The 2016 Indiewire Sundance Bible: All the Reviews, Interviews and News Posted During The Festival It's been twenty-five years since Eric Edwards worked with Gus Van Sant in shooting the seminal "My Own Private Idaho," having already worked in the industry for a decade. Since that time, he's been the cinematographer for projects across multiple media, including narrative features, documentaries and music videos. Now, he's lent his expertise to "The Hollars," the latest directorial effort from actor John Krasinski. The film, which follows Krasinski as a man returning to visit his ailing mother (Margo Martindale), premiered this past weekend at Sundance. Edwards sat down with us to discuss the practical and psychological motivations behind the artistic and technical choices that went into making "The Hollars." What camera and lens did you use? We used the Alexa. The Xt with the 4:3 sensor. We shot with the Hawk anamorphic lenses and they were. »

- Steve Greene

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