Kitty and Stud are lovers. They enjoy a robust sex-life, which includes fellatio and light S&M, specifically, Stud belt-whipping Kitty. Three women come over for a party and Stud services them, one after the other.
Morton M. Lewis
Jodi Van Prang
A cab driver who is having marital problems with his beautiful but frigid wife finds a suitcase full of money left in his cab by a passenger, and realizes that he now has the means to fulfill all of his and his wife's sexual fantasies.
A pseudo-documentary about the processes involved in putting together and casting actors and actresses for a porn film. Although several actual porn stars are in the film, it is not a porn film itself.
Libbie is assigned to her paper's sexual advice column, "Dear Collete". She is taking over the job of Harry a crusty old journalist who shows her the pro's and cons of the job while running on a tight deadline to get the column finished for the morning's paper. During the course of the evening they reply to a wide variety of sexual experiences submitted by the readers, some these include, sex in a threesome at a drive-in theatre, sex in a gymnasium, and sex in a library where the "Silence Please" sign gives the male librarian an advantage over the female readers. Written by
Harry, an old school cranky newspaper reporter helps a new girl reporter answer some sex letters for the "Dear Collete" advice column that she's taking over from him. She reads letters involving sex in the library, school locker room, drive-in rape, an elevator threesome lesbian action in the barn, and sex in church among others. This sequel to "Fantasm" lacks the charisma, originality, and fun of the first one. It's a dreary mess to sit through and it was very obvious that it was made simply to cash-in on the first movie and nothing more.
My Grade: D-
DVD Extras: Commentary with Producer Antony Ginnane; and Theatrical Trailer
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