The Love Cult (Barry Mahon, 1966)

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A down on his luck television hypnotist starts a sex cult to bilk people out of their hard earned cash and bang sluts.  American war hero turned director Barry Mahon was definitely no stranger to sleazy cinema, having been behind … Continued

Death Curse of Tartu (William Grefe, 1966)

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A group of archaeology students have an impromptu dance party on the burial mound of a long-dead Indian witch-doctor in the Florida everglades. What do YOU think happens? I was going to title this piece “Death Curse of Tartu OR … Continued

Take Me Naked (Michael and Roberta Findlay, 1966)

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A naked slut rolls around with other naked sluts while a bum peeps on her from across the street in his tenement apartment between bouts of unconsciousness and drinking. What in the holy fuck. The DVD cover promised homicidal rage! … Continued

Heat of Madness (Harry Wuest, 1966)

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A reclusive smut photographer and a naïve young girl meet and soon decide to marry. When the young lady tries to help her new fiancée land a job at a prestigious advertising firm, tensions mount as the man chooses to … Continued

A Smell of Honey, A Swallow of Brine (Byron Mabe, 1966)

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Sharon, a dirty slut who likes to toy with men and women alike, enjoys  leading people on until they think they’re actually going to get to go all the way with her before she yells “RAPE!” with increasingly disastrous consequences. … Continued

Django (Sergio Corbucci, 1966)

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Desert. Howling winds speak of desolation and a climate as harsh as the scoundrels that inhabit it. A lone man slowly plods along with a saddle on his back, dragging a casket behind him with a rope like an albatross … Continued

Teenage Gang Debs (Sande N. Johnsen, 1966)

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A devious girl from Manhattan moves in on a gang from Brooklyn and soon has them fighting amongst themselves and rumbling with rival gangs needlessly in an attempt to sate her unquenchable thirst for power. Not a lot of meat … Continued

Another Day, Another Man (Doris Wishman,1966)

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Expect plenty of this… When a married couple finally starts making enough money to be together, they get an apartment and soon the husband takes ill and can no longer work. Since the wife had to quit her job because … Continued