Dr. Victor Frankenstein neglects the sexual needs of his frigid and frustrated wife Helena. After Helena gets killed in a horse riding accident, Victor decides to bring her back to life. ... See full summary »
Something ancient lurks in the surf off Sea Bright Beach. It swims silently, can breathe air and walks upright. It's also very, very hungry and not for seafood anymore. Tonya, Rodney and ... See full summary »
A tragic-comedy that finally offers an accurate representation of the heavy metal lifestyle, Bill Zebub's Metalheads stars Emily Thomas as a hard rock honey who just can't get enough of long hair, ripped jeans, and loud guitars.
In Manhattan, Seymour is a fast-talking, flatulent, frustrated director of titillation flicks, in search of fame and fortune. With a crudely drawn map, he sets sail for Bone Island, his ... See full summary »
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Richard Harrison has a loving wife, a reliable job and two typically rambunctious teenagers. He is currently experiencing a crisis. A midlife crisis. He's hit The Big 4-0 and his life has ... See full summary »
We go back to the 1800's to see how the story of the erotic witch began. Helena Pottsworth comes to Bacchusville and enslaves the mayor's neglected wife. The wife then goes out and seduces the other townswomen.
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When the fate of the world hangs by a thread, you'd better believe that Super-Secret Agent Johnson is on the job and ready for a sexy, outrageous, pulse-pounding adventure. This send-up of spy thrillers finds Johnson battling the diabolical Dr. Unsound, the resuscitated Goddess of Lust, and her own amorous inclinations. Written by
If you're going to San Francisco... be sure to bring a yeti with white hair
The title suggests this is a spoof mainly concerning the second Austin Powers movie, "The Spy Who Shagged Me", but actually it's nothing to do with it except for the British location. The story goes something like this: On an expedition through Scotland, Professor Lavish (Frank Bowdler) discovers a frozen cave woman from the Stone Age (Anoushka), while his assistant meets a gay yeti and decides to go to San Francisco with him. A very mad scientist (Mark Standley, pulling faces like a Batman villain) steals the cave woman, though special agent Johnson (Misty Mundae) tries to sort out the mess. Obviously shot on a shoestring budget, this has many hilarious moments (I loved the sound effects straight from the classic slapstick flicks), monumental silliness, fake beards, topless women... and a sheik on a camel! I think "The Girl Who Shagged Me" is a stunning achievement in bad, bad movie making, so if you watched several art movies before and need an antidote... go for it.
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