Prudence and Hope are twin sisters connected by a mysterious link -- even when far apart they experience each other's desires and pleasures! Jopin them while they explore their unique bond ... See full summary »
In the future sexual intercourse is outlawed because of overpopulation and people take anti-aphrodisiac pills in order to curtail any carnal urges. The only form of coitus allowed is done ... See full summary »
A sentient talking couch shares stories of the carnal activities of its various owners that it encourages to have sex on it. Said owners are an uptight female psychiatrist, a swinging ... See full summary »
Flamboyant Texas millionaire Hubie Haliday hires a hip young private eye to find his two missing wayward identical twin sister nieces, who Haliday suspects stole a considerable sum of his ... See full summary »
Womanizing stud Brad Collins gets a job as a pizza delivery boy. He spikes his pies with an aphrodisiac so he can get it on with his sexy college coed customers. Moreover, Brad makes a bet ... See full summary »
Despite having a mistress, married Ron Baker also desires his niece. This desire drives him to the arms of his next door's babysitter. But when she wants money and dates, he breaks it up and learns why his wife never loved him.
In the R-rated version, additional performers appear in the "new" added footage notably Frank Adonis (listed as Frank Martin) and Dave Ruby (listed as David Rubenstein). See more »
Early in the film, Elda Gentile, the lead singer of the punk rock band, tells Wade Nichols that her name is "Vanessa Garbo." Toward the end of the movie, Nichols calls her "Elda" instead of her character name. See more »
This is kind of an interesting film in that it started out as a hardcore porno movie, but then director Carter Stevens went back and took out of all of the (hardcore) sex and added a lot more story. (There is still a hardcore cut of this out there, but I imagine it is a quite different movie). The results are somewhere between a 40's film noir/detective flick and one of the 70's John Holmes/"Johnny Wadd" detective-theme hardcore porn efforts brilliantly parodied in "Boogie Nights". The quality of this is, of course, much closer to the latter than the former (not surprisingly, given it's original hardcore origins). It's porno-movie cheap and the actors are all erstwhile porn stars. But all porn actors are not created equal--Wade Nichols and Robert Kerman ("Cannibal Holocaust") may never have won any Academy Awards, but they were far more talented than total non-actors like John Holmes.
As for the "punk rock", this contains performances by minor acts like the Squirrels and the Stilettos (the latter had been Debbie Harry's first band). It's much better than the usual music found in 70's porn movies, but don't expect to see (or hear) any of the more talented punk acts of the era like the Ramones, Television, or the Dead Boys. Hilariously, this was once marketed as a semi-sequel to "Saturday Night Fever"! (Punk, disco--what's the difference?). Punk rock is really about as peripheral to this story as it was in that infamous TV episode of "Quincy M.E." set in a punk rock club.
Still, I kinda liked this. Inept as it is, it has a kind of labor-of-love quality you find when porn talent tries to go legit. There's not much sex, but the girls in this all look pretty skanky anyway. Don't rush out and buy this, but it's worth a rental.
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