Shown December 5, 2003
NAKED LUNCH (1991)
Joe Violente: An amazing movie.
Verson Jetorix: Some sort of amazing achievement for Cronenberg. It’s really good and it proves that Peter Weller can act.
SEVEN WOMEN FOR SATAN (1974)
Joe Violente: Strange and delirious. Quite a movie.
Verson Jetorix: This is what happens when you let Michel Lemoine make a movie. Rather twisted, I’d say. I bought it.
Shown November 7, 2003
SANTO AND THE WITCHES ATTACK (1964)
Joe Violente: More fun Santo. Stranger than most.
Verson Jetorix: Our first exposure to Santo and it’s a really weird one. Good if you’re loaded late at night. And who isn’t?
THE RED CIRCLE (1970)
Joe Violente: Methodical heist movie like only Jean-Pierre Melville can make. Great cast. The Criterion dvd looks great.
Verson Jetorix: Delon, Volante, Montand, Melville. Need I say more? Just watch the damn thing and learn from the French. I said watch it!
Shown October 3, 2003
THE CHEERLEADERS (1973)
Joe Violente: Fun smut. The best of the trilogy.
Verson Jetorix: The best of the famous trilogy has nostalgic value for me as it got my young hormones going at the drive-in back in ’73.
Joe Violente: Some innocent fun from Italy.
Verson Jetorix: Goofy Italian Diabolik knock-off that was worth a watch once, I guess.
Shown September 5, 2003
THE VAMPIRE LOVERS (1970)
Joe Violente: Lesbian vampires surrounded by a nice looking Hammer production. That's all I need.
Verson Jetorix: Hammer waning throws bare breasts into the vampire mix. And I don’t mind that at all.
THE TOMB OF LIGEIA (1965)
Joe Violente: Vinny is so weird and so cool. Top notch Corman.
Verson Jetorix: Another ultra-cool Corman Poe flick with the one and only Vincent Price. An excellent movie.
Shown August 1, 2003
DAUGHTERS OF DARKNESS (1971)
Joe Violente: Beautiful and elegant vampire movie that stands up well to many repeated viewings.
Verson Jetorix: A classic, dreamy horror film that is worthy of the adulation it has received. Better every time. Required viewing.
THE TOY BOX (1970)
Joe Violente: Sleaze that's just weird enough to be watchable.
Verson Jetorix: American sleeze that is basically a titillation flick dressed up as a horror movie. Uschi Digart fans take note.
Shown May 2, 2003
SAVAGE HARVEST (1981)
Joe Violente: Why couldn't the lions have eaten Tom Skerritt, for real.
Verson Jetorix: Well, there is one good devouring scene. The rest is like Night of the Living Dead except with lions.
CASE OF THE SCORPION'S TAIL (1971)
Joe Violente: Fast paced and well plotted Giallo. Anita Strindberg was looking pretty good.
Verson Jetorix: Did I mention I love the giallo? Typical nonsense but good, nasty fun. Anita Strindberg works for me fake tits and all, what can I say?
Shown April 4, 2003
SEVEN BLOOD-STAINED ORCHIDS (1971)
Joe Violente: Absurd but still kinda fun. Whores die easy in this one.
Verson Jetorix: I love the giallo even when they’re silly like this one. Anything with Marisa Mell, let me tell you.
THE SEDUCERS (1969)
Joe Violente: Fun sleaze with Rosalba Neri and Edwige Fenech in exotic Greece. Need I say more?
Verson Jetorix: Primo sexploitation! Rosalba Neri with a gun is almost too much but then there’s Edwige Fenech and a friendly lamb. Oh my! A favorite.
Shown March 7, 2003
DJANGO KILL (1967)
Joe Violente: Surreal western. Enjoyable for its audacity.
Verson Jetorix: Bizarre and unsettling spaghetti gives new meaning to the words “gold digging.”
ISLAND OF DEATH (1975)
Joe Violente: A gem that delivers lots of pointless atrocities. Required viewing for Atrocians.
Verson Jetorix: This baby goes over the line. A must see that had the most jaded of us shaking our heads in disbelief.
Shown February 7, 2003
Joe Violente: Surprisingly enjoyable sleaze if your drunk. And some good music. From hack Jess Franco.
Verson Jetorix: For Franco, it wasn’t bad.
A MAN CALLED BLADE (1978)
Joe Violente: Late Spaghetti western is worth watching to see Maurizio Merli playing a cowboy.
Verson Jetorix: A cowboy Merli is a change-up for his fans. A promising beginning soon slides into mediocrity, however.
Shown January 3, 2003
HERCULES AGAINST THE MOON MEN (1964)
Joe Violente: Not a bad peplum. The moon men are pretty cool.
Verson Jetorix: Hercules Against the Moon Men (64) – Pretty fun muscleman fantasy. Where do they come up with these whacked out plots?
BRIDES OF BLOOD (1968)
Joe Violente: More campy sleazy fun from the Philippines.
Verson Jetorix: Filipino nonsense that could’ve been better. Not enough nudity!
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