The Bare Wench Project 2: Scared Topless (2001) Jim Wynorski, Nikki Fritz, Samantha Phillips, Juliet Cariaga, Comedy, Horror, Erotic
Totally mindless entertainment that works well as a spoof. However, when the absurdity of the whole thing starts coming into focus, you’ll be rolling on the floor laughing like my friends and I were. Luckily, the flick spoofs a few of the horror movies out there, mainly Blair Witch 1, and does not spoof the horrible sequel, Book of Shadows. Be on the look out of the next installment.
The Naughty Stewardesses (1975) Al Adamson, Robert Livingston, Connie Hoffman, Richard Smedley, Comedy, Drama, Erotic
Ubalda, All Naked and Warm / Quel gran pezzo della Ubalda tutta nuda e tutta calda (1972) Mariano Laurenti, Edwige Fenech, Pippo Franco, Karin Schubert, Comedy, Erotic
During the Middle Ages, a clumsy knight returns home where his wife awaits him. Sensuous and beautiful, she has attracted several male admirers during his absence, but her chastity belt has maintained her faithfulness. Now is her chance to wrest the key from him and enjoy herself. The knight’s portly friend has a similar problem with his equally gorgeous wife. And to top it off, both men have designs on the other’s wife — leading them to devise painful methods to discourage the other from trespassing.
Tempting Roommates / Mädchen, die sich selbst bedienen (1974) Erwin C. Dietrich, Martina Domingo, Rita Waldenberg, Christa Free, Comedy, Erotic
When a recently deceased playboy gets to heaven and is granted one wish–granted to all newcomers–he requests that he be able to see the reactions of three husbands, with whom he regularly played poker, to a letter he left each of them claiming to have had an affair with each’s wife.
Suzanne Stone (Maretto) knows exactly what she wants. She wants to be a television newscaster and she is willing to do anything to get what she wants. What she lacks in intelligence, she makes up for in cold determination and diabolical wiles. As she pursues her goal with relentless focus, she is forced to destroy anything and anyone that may stand in her way, regardless of the ultimate cost or means necessary.
Blithe Spirit, David Lean’s delightful film version of Noël Coward’s theater sensation (onstage, it broke London box-office records before hitting Broadway), stars Rex Harrison as a novelist who cheekily invites a medium (Margaret Rutherford) to his house to conduct a séance, hoping the experience will inspire a book he’s working on. Things go decidedly not as planned when she summons the spirit of his dead first wife (Kay Hammond), a severe inconvenience for his current one (Constance Cummings). Employing Oscar-winning special effects to spruce up Coward’s theatrical farce, Blithe Spirit is a sprightly supernatural comedy with winning performances.
British groom-to-be Billy Milton is labelled a “beast” by French floozie Ellen Pollock as Milton marches down the aisle. The groom’s father, Robertson Hare, endeavors to prove his son’s innocence. Removing his trademarked monocle, Hare poses as the boy’s maiden aunt to get the goods on Pollock. Leading lady June Clyde, who moved from Hollywood to England in pursuit of better film roles, stands around a lot as the beautiful bride.
The Invisible Maniac (1990) Adam Rifkin, Noel Peters, Savannah, Stephanie Blake, Comedy, Horror, Sci-Fi, Erotic
A budding young scientist lad is caught by his mom checking out the lady across the way with his telescope, whereupon she lectures him on the evils of women. Twenty years later and all grown up, the scientist announces his theories of invisibility, and his colleagues laugh, to which he responds by killing four of them. He escapes from the loony bin and gets a job teaching summer school physics at a high school. The students decide to tease him about the same time as he perfects his invisible juice, and he goes on a spree of vengeance.