Erotic Day Dream (2000)
Director: Annette Brest
Starring: Eric Stratton, Katherine ‘Kat’ Hare, Derek Coburn, Nisa Caliente.
Woman is invited by a couple of friends to a Virtual Reality Sex Lounge.
Dinosaur Island (1994)
Directors: Fred Olen Ray, Jim Wynorski
Starring: Ross Hagen, Richard Gabai, Antonia Dorian, Griffin Drew, Michelle Bauer, Peter Spellos, Tom Shell, Steve Barkett.
An army captain is flying three misfit deserters home for a court martial when the plane has engine trouble and they must land on an uncharted island. There they find a primitive society of cave women who routinely sacrifice virgins to appease The Great One, the top dog dinosaur on the the island. Mistaken for gods, the men must destroy The Great One or face death, but meanwhile they fall in love.
Naked Sins (2006)
Director: Steve Fox
Starring: Jordan Styles, Kaylynn, Joe Souza, Glen Meadows, Tom Stone, Danny Pape, Julie Meadows, Nicole Oring, Roberto, Monica Ramirez.
Cole and Erica run an upscale escort service which sets their clients up on anonymous and impromptu “dates” at hotels. They discover one of their female clients murdered, and that the man who signed up for their service on the same day happens to be her husband. They set out to untangle these mysterious circumstances before the cops follow the leads back to them, while also dealing with various romantic relationships.
AKA: Fongaluli – The Leaf Of Love
Director: Eduardo Cemano
Starring: Eduardo Cemano, Persephone Black, Susie Sunshine, Emaye Callan, Don Crosby, Zona La Pointe.
Eccentric Professor Leviticus Wirtsus is obsessed with crossbreeding animals of different species. His research leads Wirtsus to discover a LSD-type substance called Fongaluli. The leaves of this substance cause Wirtsus’ beloved lobster Shirly to transform into a beautiful human female. However, unless Shirly has a steady supply of Fongaluli leaves she will revert back to being a lobster. Wirtsus goes to a remote tropical island to find more Fongaluli leaves. During his travels Wirtsus encounters a libidinous female giant, a merry family of incest practicing freaks, a helpful sailor, and a fearsome jungle witch.
The Immoral Three (1975)
Director: Doris Wishman
Starring: Cindy Boudreau, Sandra Kay, Michele Marie.
Sandy, Nancy and Ginny are three attractive young women who discover that they are long-lost sisters when their mysterious mother is murdered. It turns out that she was a Mata Hari-like spy, Agent 73 of the A.I.C.. She leaves them a gorgeous mansion and guarantees each a million dollars if they can avenge her strangulation murder within one year. The rest of the brief running time is spent hunting for the killer, which — in a Wishman film — means that the heroines get to lick bananas, do naked dances, and have sex with many ugly, hirsute men. Just to keep viewers interested, a man has his throat slashed with a razor, another gets a pitchfork in the back, a cripple is shot, and a woman gets stabbed with garden-shears before being hung naked from a showerhead. Wishman includes some interesting vintage Vegas street-scenes, and porn star Levi Richards appears briefly.
Bikini Traffic School (1998)
Director: Gary Graver
Starring: Shayna Ryan, Maureen Flaherty, Shari Eckert, Gregory S. O’Rourke, Steve Scionti, T. Stewart Hall, Oleg Zatsepin, Ian Jacklin, K.A. Read.
Anti-porn and anti-humor, that’s a combination you don’t see often. And you know, there’s a reason for that. Anyway, this movie is about a couple of bimbos with a capital B (or should I say, a capital D? My god, I’ve been watching too much of this movie) who try to save the traffic school of “aunt Velma”. We never get to see this woman, but I bet good money that she’s a 50-year-old fake blonde chain smoker with a make-your-own-implants-kit. Anyway, these women try to save this traffic school by working hard, and with working hard, I mean spraying each other with water and taking their clothes of a lot. In between the awkwardly lame jokes, we usually get 30 seconds of cold and sour luvin’ between bored looking men and women with breasts you can get stabbed with, which is of course edited so it seems like it’s roughly 10 minutes. This is all accompanied by endless songs to really put the idea in our brains that this is sexy material. We’re in for a twist ending, as the hussy squad saves the day. Didn’t see that one coming,right? I should probably add that soft-core isn’t really my forte, since you know, it’s crap.But still, who ever came up with this idea? Soft-core isn’t about laughter(especially not this one), it’s about not having sex. This is an insult to crappy skin flicks everywhere.
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Graffiante Desiderio (1993)
AKA: Craving Desire
Director: Sergio Martino
Starring: Vittoria Belvedere, Ron Nummi, Andrea Roncato, Serena Grandi, Simona Borioni, Riccardo Parisio Perrotti, Viviana Polic.
Luigi is engaged to Cinzia, he has a good job and his life runs quietly. But unexpectedly his cousin Sonia knocks at his door. She lived in Venezuela with her parents but they have disappeared and she came back to Italy. She is very young and beautiful and once she loved Luigi. What is he to do?
Secrets Of A Chambermaid (1998)
Director: Adele Bertei-Cecchi
Starring: Michael Ensign, Kevin Z. James , Gladys Jimenez, Amy Lindsay, Kira Reed, Anneliza Scott, Bruce Thomas , Mary Woronov, Micah Scott.
She has the key to your deepest, darkest desires…
The Devil’s Feast (2007)
AKA: Oni No Kaen
Director: Kenji Hanyû
Starring: Hitoshi Kajiki, Chihiro Koganezaki, Arisa Matsumoto, Yûya Matsuura, Jirô Miyaji, Kazuhiro Sano, Takeshi Yamamoto.
Black Venus (1983)
Director: Claude Mulot
Starring: Josephine Jacqueline Jones, José Antonio Ceinos, Emiliano Redondo, Helga Liné, Florence Guérin, Mandy Rice-Davies, Karin Schubert.
Spanish actor Jose Antonio Ceinos stars as a down-and-out sculptor, whose inspiration returns with the strange appearance of a beautiful, mysterious black muse.