Brash and crazed cigar-chomping network TV executive Clifford Bradley decides to push the boundaries of good taste and moral decency by broadcasting an extremely bawdy and explicit stag ... See full summary »
When a male birth-control pill accidentally sterilizes the male population, the birth rate drops to zero and the President of the U.S. orders the CIA to scour the globe for potent males. ... See full summary »
Journalist Libbie is taking over the "Dear Collette" sex advice column at her newspaper from veteran reporter Harry, who is retiring. Over the course of one night, he talks her through a series of letters from their readers. They include: *****1- "Silence Please": Sex in a library ****2- "Workout" Male teacher-female student sex in a gym ****3- "Double Feature" Rape in a drive in theatre *****4- "Going Up?" A threesome in an office elevator *****5- "Straw Dolls" Lesbian sex in a barn ****6- "The Good Old Gang at the Office" Boss' party of orgy ****7- "The Kiss of Life" Foursome sex in a pool **** 8- "Family Reunion" Incest ****9- "Overdrive "Oral sex on the road ****10- "True Confession" Sex between church janitor and a strict catholic virgin girl.Written by
This film is considered an "Ozploitation" (Australian exploitation) picture. See more »
[All goofs for this title are spoilers.]
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After the censorship problems with the original the film never received a UK release until 2010. This DVD was then cut by 2 mins 41 secs by the BBFC and received edits to violent rape during the 'Double Feature' section, and cuts to dialogue and references to incest and underage sex in the 'Family Reunion' sequence. See more »
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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