Welcome back! With this update we begin our look at the life and career of the tragic Shauna Grant. Parts 1 & 2 are now online…
PART ONE – Introduction
Her journey from cheerleader, to erotic icon, to addict would take a tome the size of Pride and Prejudice to fully tell…and it all happened in less than two years. This star ascended quickly, fell swiftly, and burned out far too soon. READ ARTICLE
PART TWO – The Young Like it Hot (1983) Film Review
Loni, the supervisor at a small phone exchange, is worried when rumors swell that the operators in her charge are to be replaced with computers. She hatches a plan to convince the bigwigs that they can provide services that no computer ever could. A new take on “Customer Satisfaction” ensues. READ REVIEW
Parts 3 & 4 coming later in the month. Enjoy!
Hello, friends! New sounds and wallpapers today!
This month, inspired by the poster art for THE MIDNIGHT RIPPER/YOU’LL DIE AT MIDNIGHT (1986). You can download the full size version on the WALLPAPERS page. A bite sized preview…
We’ve added two tracks from the sultry soundtrack of INHIBITION (1976) which we previously reviewed here. Check out the SOUNDS page two hear these two great songs written by Guido and Maurizio De Angelis.
Enjoy! Back soon with more reviews!
Well, hello there! Autumn is upon us! That means icky weather gives me the opportunity to watch more movies! This time, our update is a review of John Hayes’ little twister HELP WANTED FEMALE. A stripper must fight for her life when she takes on the wrong client in HELP WANTED, FEMALE (1968). Review also includes a video clip and gallery. You can check out the review by clicking here.
Money-hungry stripper Luana’s favorite client is the oddball Mr. Gregory . On this session with Luana, Mr. Gregory has something a little different on his mind. While Luana drops her gear, Mr. Gregory drops a little acid. Under the drug’s influence he begins to tell her a sordid tale of his marriage to the wicked Barbara and their adventures with S&M, easy kicks and murder. Luana isn’t convinced, she’s been around the block and is used to the odd peccadilloes of her clients. As she sets out to leave, however, she finds evidence that Mr. Gregory’s story might be all too real and that she’s is in way over her head. READ THE FULL REVIEW HERE.
Enjoy! See you later in the week for new sound clips and wallpaper!
After a little break we’re back with a new review! This time around it’s John Hayes’ sordid THE HANG UP (1973).
Sgt. Robert Walshhas a chip on his shoulder. He’s a tough-nosed, judgmental, unbending and effective vice cop…and he’s got a hang up. Years of pursuing (and sometimes protecting) people he calls the “scum” of the Earth has made him believe all that is sensual is sinful. During a bust that otherwise would be routine, he feels a spark of sympathy for a young prostitute. Helping her to escape the cops who are closing in, he takes her under his wing and into his life. But the young woman isn’t all that she seems.
As a companion piece to the article on Julie Lee published last month, we review the film in which she made her only starring appearance, EMMANUELLE IN SOHO. A photographer, his wife and their lodger Emmanuelle try to make it in London’s notorious Red Light District in this last stop on the rocky road of British Sex Comedies. Check out the review here. More soon! Enjoy!