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Lusty Latin Ladies [DVD]
Lusty Latin Ladies [DVD]

4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Sexy Senoritas., 22 Aug. 2011
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The pretence of this (and most) Playboy DVDs is to fill an hour with ladies getting out of their clothes and into their birthday suits after a short interview and 'Lusty Latin Ladies' doesn't disappoint as 12 Latina honeys show us the goods, proving that the collars'n'cuffs are a matching set.
We all have our preferences, obviously, fake/real, skinny/curvy etc. but the highlights for me are Iveth Cortez, Monica Mendez and the exquisite Miriam Gonzalez (Google them) but the Tera Patrick/ Lucia Loza finale stole the show as far as individual scenes go.
If you go for the blonde hair blue eyed type then I'd urge you to live dangerously and buy this DVD of dusky eyed brunettes and if you go for dusky eyed brunettes, stop reading and get buying.


Orloff Against The Invisible Man [1970] [DVD]
Orloff Against The Invisible Man [1970] [DVD]
Dvd ~ Howard Vernon
Offered by UK_Media_Offers
Price: £8.48

3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Now You See Him, Now You Don't., 15 Aug. 2011
'Orloff Against The Invisible Man' sees a doctor (a proper one, not a mad one) called to Orloff's castle by a young urchin, he gets fleeced on the way by the coach driver and ends up walking to the castle before being met by the staff off oddballs at the castle, the maid, the butler, Orloff and his daughter, all of whom are 99p short of a £1.
It's oddly enjoyable, it's cheap, poorly edited, the actors seem to be speaking English for the most part but it's dubbed, the plot ties itself up in knots that it can't loosen and when the 'invisible man' is unveiled you'll gasp with laughter at how bad it is while trying to take your eyes off the actress playing Orloff's daughter who has more bush than Australia after all her clothes were torn off like tissue paper in the previous scene.
It's not the greatest film of its type but its far from being the worst and the cover has nothing whatsoever to do with the film claiming 'God Help Us...If They Rise Again!!!', I'm guessing they told the artist 'Just draw a picture and draw it quick!'.


Games Girls Play [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Games Girls Play [DVD] [Region 1] [US Import] [NTSC]
Dvd ~ Christina Hart
Offered by supermart_usa
Price: £7.56

3 of 5 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Takes The 'Comedy' Out Of 'Sex Comedy'., 14 Aug. 2011
The basic premise of 'Games Girls Play' is that Bunny (Christina Hart) is sleeping her way through the ranks in the U.S. military so they ship her dad off to England as some kind of foreign diplomat and as she's only 17 (yeah, right) she has to follow, he sends her to some posh boarding school and she has some kind of bet with her 3 room mates about sleeping with some V.I.P.s.
While the 4 girls in the lead roles are all very cute and the nudity is of the highest quality, the film's pretty poor due to the lack of a decent script which is full of cornball lines that a 'Carry-On' film would've rejected, some of the acting is simply awful, there's casual 1970s racism against the Chinese and Russians (they're backwards, apparently) and you'll find more laughs at a funeral parlour.
It's on of those films where you're eyes pop out of your head when you see a trailer for it (the nudity, as I've mentioned, is supreme) but sitting through the 90 minutes is somewhat of a trial.


The Organization [DVD]
The Organization [DVD]
Dvd ~ Sidney Poitier
Price: £5.71

4.0 out of 5 stars Virgil Tibbs Rides Again., 2 Aug. 2011
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While 'The Organization' isn't as good as 'In The Heat Of The Night', it's better than 'They Call Me Mr Tibbs' and it's more of a basic cops vs. criminals film than the other two about the war against drugs in San Francisco.
I wouldn't necessarily call these films a trilogy as the only common denominator is Sidney Poitier as Tibbs and you can watch each film as an isolated film without needing to know anything of the other two.
Poitier is great and there's more twists than a corkscrew as he attempts to work out who, why and when after a body is found in an office block.


Blood Suckers [DVD]
Blood Suckers [DVD]
Dvd ~ Peter Cushing

2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Raven Eyed., 1 Aug. 2011
This review is from: Blood Suckers [DVD] (DVD)
'Blood Suckers' starts very, very, very English, all clipped accents in drawing rooms and the first few scenes are edited within an inch of their lives before we leave for the sunshine of Greece where Richard (Patrick Mower) has gone AWOL after jetting there for research where he has fallen under the spell of Chriseis (Imogen Hassall) who is the blood sucker in the title.
There isn't as much blood, nudity or horror as the cover suggests and although it's watchable, I doubt that I'll be digging it out again in a hurry, it's one of these films that starts well, lulls in the middle but finishes well yet the scene that could've spiced the middle section up is only in the 'special features', 6 minutes of sex, drugs and rock'n'roll, man.


The Amazing Transplant [DVD]
The Amazing Transplant [DVD]
Dvd ~ Juan Fernandez
Offered by Windmill Books UK
Price: £1.74

1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Limp., 29 July 2011
This review is from: The Amazing Transplant [DVD] (DVD)
The basic story of 'The Amazing Transplant' is of a man who gets a transplant in the trouser department but his new tool turns him into a rapist and murderer, why, this is never really explained.
All in all it's pretty poor, even for a Doris Wishman effort, it trundles along without hitting the mark, some of the acting is pretty shambolic but it's slightly better than the limp script. You would think that, with the title of the film and the content, there would be some kind of unveiling of the beast that would leave women gasping and men asking 'Is that a baseball bat in his hand?' but no, it's a regular Mars bar sized todger and I couldn't help wonder what exactly is the point of this film.


Down The Tracks: Bob Dylan [DVD] [2008]
Down The Tracks: Bob Dylan [DVD] [2008]
Dvd ~ Down The Tracks: Bob Dylan
Offered by soulsearchingplus
Price: £7.75

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Leaves On The Line Causes Delays., 25 July 2011
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The real problem with this DVD is the lack of actual footage, not just of Bob but of the other performers on this DVD, there's a little Woody Guthrie, Rev.Gary Davis, Hank Williams, Pete Seeger, Mississppi John Hurt and Leadbelly and when I say a little, I mean a little, barely a verse for some of them and the footage that is here is constantly being talked over by the narrator or the many 'experts' on Bob and folk/blues music trotting out the usual Bob cliches.
As far as Bob goes, he doesn't sing a note in this DVD, there's some grainy footage from the mid 60s and some truly horrendous quality footage from some 80s bootleg video and you might say that sticking 'Bob Dylan' on the cover is a cynical marketing ploy.
If this were a documentary on Radio 2, it would be relatively interesting but you don't buy a DVD to listen to it, do you?


Queen of Clubs [DVD]
Queen of Clubs [DVD]
Offered by Sent2u
Price: £2.25

5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Stacked Deck., 24 July 2011
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The basic premise of 'Queen Of Clubs' is an 'X-Factor' for strippers, 9 girls in 3 different clubs go up against each other (sometimes literally) to become the 'queen of clubs', there's 'celebrity' judges but I haven't heard of any of them, pole dances, lap dances and dance-offs.
If you're reading this thinking 'when's this guy gonna get around to the nudity?', here we go, the girls really go for it, tops'n'tails, collars'n'cuffs, boobs, booty and muff, nothing is left to the imagination, even when the girls are interviewed backstage, they're still starkers, there's no wallflowers on this DVD.
Why only 3 stars? There's way too much talking and the 76 minutes will only take about 50 with your finger on the fast forward button through the yapping although a couple of times you'll have it on the rewind button to re-watch a scene.


Virgin Among The Living Dead [1971] [DVD]
Virgin Among The Living Dead [1971] [DVD]
Dvd ~ Christina von Blanc

2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Zombies? Vampires? Who Knows?, 22 July 2011
I have to admit that I rather enjoyed this although I'm not sure it actually made sense and the film bears no resemblance whatsoever to the cover full of Romero-esque zombies.
The basic story is of a girl who visits the family mansion for the reading of her fathers will and the rest of the family are either zombies or vampires although I'm not sure which as it's never actually explained.
It has all the usual Jess Franco ingredients, some dodgy camera work, off the wall editing, dubious dubbing and a dash of nudity courtesy of the sultry Britt Nicholls and the adorably perky Christina Von Blanc, Franco himself also makes an appearance as some oddball madman.
All in all, a weird and wonderful 75 minutes of Franco.


Demons 2 - The Nightmare Returns: Director's Cut [DVD] [1987]
Demons 2 - The Nightmare Returns: Director's Cut [DVD] [1987]
Dvd ~ David Edwin Knight
Offered by FREETIME
Price: £6.79

1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars The Diminishing Returns Law, 4 July 2011
Although I enjoyed 'Demons 2', I didn't think it was a patch on 'Demons', maybe it was a case of feeling that I'd seen it all before, I'm not sure.
It starts with a clever plot of various people watching a film on TV about the events in 'Demons' before one of the fictional demons lurches through the TV screen and gets stuck into a bit of savagery, it's a domino effect from then on in through the apartment block as neighbours, kids and even the pet dog gets a dose of the demons.
Although you don't need to see 'Demons' to get this, I'd recommend you do because it's the better of the two films.


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