Delirio dei Sensi ( aka LSD - Il paradiso
a 5 dollari, 1968)
IN ITALIAN LANGUAGE WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
Directed by Giuseppe Maria Scotese, Italy
Now with English subtitles!
Young trippers get mixed up with the mob in this strangely
effective drug drama. Starring Bud Thompson, Bruna Caruso, Annabella
Andreoli, Norman Davis, Federica Sachs and Stephen Forsyth. Includes the original theatrical trailer! Rated R
(Engelchen - oder die Jungfrau von Bamberg / "Angels
- or the Virgin of Bamberg", 1968)
Directed by Marran Gosov, West Germany
Note: Picture is VERY grainy looking on this title! recommended
for completists only!
IN FRENCH LANGUAGE WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
Directed by Pierre Koralnik, France
Here is a beautiful copy of this often requested French television
movie! Anna Karina plays herself in this light-hearted pop-art musical.
Also starring Jean-Claude Brialy as the manager of a hip ad agency
whom falls in love with the face of a girl he sees in a photo. So
lovestruck is he that he fails to notice that the face belongs to
one of his employees, Anna, a graphic artist in his art department.
Also with Serge Gainsbourg (who composed the music) and Marianne
Faithful who sings one number. A bittersweet comic / drama revolving
around the 1960s fashion / model industry with some very cool visuals
and excellent music. Hard to find with easy to read burned-in English
subtitles. (Also available in a non-subtitled version.) For more
Serge Gainsbourg also see Paris
n'existe pas and Madame
In Blue (aka Blues For Lovers, 1964)|
Directed by Paul Henreid,
In this drama Ray Charles, playing himself, performs live in concert and
does special shows for blind children where he tries to help one little boy out.
An obscure black & white movie and a must for any Ray Charles fan! Also starring
Tom Bell, Mary Peach and Dawn Addams. Looks nice!
Invaders - The Ventures (1965)|
JAPANESE LANGUAGE WITH NO SUBTITLES
Directed by George M. Reid, JAPAN
A feature-length black & white movie starring The Ventures! This Japanese
production is in Japanese (with no subtitles!) but is mostly hot rockin' concert
footage in stereo! A must for any Ventures fan! Excellent picture and sound quality!
The Doors (aka Down On Us, 1983)|
Directed by Larry Buchanan, USA
Buchanan’s conspiracy thriller about the government’s
secret assassinations of Jimi Hendrix, Janis Joplin and Jim Morrisson! Runs almost
2 hours! Rated R
(Lo Strano ricatto di una ragazza per bene, 1968)
WITH FINNISH SUBTITLES
Directed by "Paolo Solvay" (Luigi Batzella),
Italy / West germany
Starring Brigitte Skay and Benjamin
Lev with Rosalba Neri. Rated R
no wakadaishô / "Electric
Guitar Young Guy" aka Eleki
IN JAPANESE LANGUAGE WITH NO SUBTITLES
Directed by Katsumi Iwauchi,
Fun rare Japanese rock-n-roll movie about a "Battle
of the Bands" competition featuring many rockin' surf instrumental
groups! Look for Masanari Nihei, Ito of tv's "Ultraman"
series, as a rockin' drummer! Includes bonus Japanese rock-n-roll
movie trailers featuring Japanese band The Spiders!
Hieronymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humppe and Find True Happiness?
Direced by Anthony Newley, USA
Directed by Roger Corman, USA
Susan Cabot, Brian G. Hutton, David J. Stewart, Dick Miller, Iris
Adrian and Jonathan Haze with musical performances by The Platters,
Bob Luman And The Shadows and The Blockbusters! Includes the
original theatrical trailer!
ENGLISH LANGUAGE WITH GREEK SUBTITLES
Directed by Veit Relin, West
Semi-psychedelic drug drama shot in Israel! Starring Maria Schell,
Gerald Robard, Rami Nir, Dudu Topaz and Neda Arneric. With music by Amon Düül
II. Rated R
Directed by Conrad Rooks, USA / France
that bridges the beatnik and psychedelic counter-cultures. Starring
Jean-Louis Barrault and Conrad Rooks with William S. Burroughs,
Allen Ginsberg, Ravi Shankar (who performs and provides the score),
Paula Pritchett, Ornette Coleman, Swami Satchidananda, Moondog,
The Fugs (who briefly perform), Hervé Villechaize and others. Includes the original theatrical trailer! Rated
Baby (La Battaglia dei mods aka Battle
Of The Mods, 1966)|
Directed by Franco Montemurro,
Ricky Shayne stars and sings in this Mods vs. Rockers drama.
un poco de amooor...! (aka ¡Dame un poco de amor!, 1968)|
SLIGHTLY WIDE-SCREEN PICTURE
IN SPANISH LANGUAGE WITH NO SUBTITLES
by José María Forqué with segments by Francisco Macián, Spain
This wild rock-n-roll
spy comedy starring Spanish rockers "Los Bravos" plays almost like a hyper-paced
extended Spanish "Monkees" t.v. episode but with really decent production values!
The Los Bravos music is a bit on the "pop" side of rock-n-roll but still has it's
charm. There are some wild psychedelic effects, some very groovy sets and an awesome
animated sequence towards the end done in a sort-of psychedelic rotoscope style!
Taken from a Spanish television broadcast but looks good!
Directed by Richard Compton, USA
Underrated TV movie
that tells the moving story of rock stars Jan and Dean. Richard Hatch (as Jan
Berry) and Bruce Davison (as Dean Torrence) give great performances along with
Wolfman Jack and Susan Sullivan. Featuring cameos by Dick Clark, The Beach Boys'
Mike Love and Jan Berry himself! Looks really nice!
of a Teenage Hitchhiker (1979)
Directed by Ted Post, USA
Dated and unintentionally funny made-for-TV movie that is a warning
to all you teenagers out there that are still thumbin' it! Starring
young Charlene Tilton as Julie, a girl who just won't learn the
dangers of hitchhiking even after another girl is killed by an unseen
hot-rod drivin' maniac! Look for Christopher Knight ("The Brady
Bunch"'s Peter) as Julie's boyfriend! If schmaltzy '70s stuff
is your cup of Kool Aid then thumb a ride with this one!
- A Right of Passage (1980)|
Directed by Lech
Excellent punk footage most of which documents the Sex Pistols'
tour of the U.S.! With a brief Dead Boys appearance, UK clips of Sham '69, X-Ray
Spex, The Rich kids, Generation X, and the infamous stoned-out interview with
Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen! Looks nice! Rated R
Knock The Rock T.V. SHOW (aka Whole Lotta
Directed by Philip Casson, Canada
Black & white
Canadian tv special from Granada Television with amazing live studio performances
by Jerry Lee Lewis, Little Richard, Gene Vincent, The Animals and others! Rare
and excellent! Highly recommended! TV show is followed by a preview for "The
Wilson Pickett Show" and several rock-n-roll movie trailers!
Jekyll and Mr. Hyde - The Musical
Directed by David Winters, UK / USA
made-for-tv movie! Starring Kirk Douglas as Dr. Jekyll / Mr. Hyde,
Susan George as Anne, Stanley Holloway as Poole, Michael Redgrave
as Danvers and Donald Pleasence ... Fred Smudge.
på - kul grej på väg till Götet ("Drrag
on - Fun on the Way to Götet", 1967)
SWEDISH LANGUAGE WITH NO SUBTITLES
by Hasse Wallman, Sweden
Sweden's answer to "Hard Day's
Night" featuring the bands The Spotniks, Ola & the Janglers,
The Violents, The Shanes and others! Hard-to-find fun black &
white movie with great music! See also Ola och
Julia below. Includes the original theatrical trailer and
Beat-e-o (duBEAT-e-o aka We're all Crazy Now, 1984)|
by Alan Sacks, USA
Okay, this film is pretty awful, but it contains the remnants
of some of the great footage of Joan Jett with a pseudo-Runaways type band! These
clips from ‘79 are the best thing about the movie but they unfortunately have
star Ray Sharkey yammering over top of them! He plays a movie director trying
to finish the film-within-a-film which looks like it may have been pretty cool.
Derf Scratch (from the band Fear) plays the film editor and there's soundtrack
music by Social Distorion, Dr. Know, The Lounge Lizards, The Mentors and Tex And
The Horseheads. Look for Cheryl "Rainbeaux" Smith as one of the fake-Runaways
and The Mentors' El Duce as himself! Why isn't this film better? Rated R
by Ernest Pintoff, USA
looking copy of this counter-culture performance and skit mish-mash starring Richard
Pryor and featuring Joan Baez, Linda Boyce, Jim Buckley, Ron Carey, Leonard Cohen,
Marshall Efron, Jay Garner, Paul Krassner, John Lennon, Peter Max, Ondine, Yoko
Ono, Lisa Ryan, Andy Warhol, Lenny Bruce, Al Goldstein, Allen Ginsberg, Jimi Hendrix,
B.B. King, Muddy Waters, Sha Na Na, The Ace Turcking Company and others plus lots
of archice footage that includes Humphrey Bogart, Malcom X and others! Includes the original theatrical trailer! Rated
Directed by Jose Prieto, USA
Man, oh, man! What a bizarre
pic! Okay, lessee... the plot has something to do with corruption by the mob among
some stock car racers... there's an obligatory catfight and some drug references.
But the part you'll most remember is this totally wacked-out 5 minute middle section
of the film that takes place in a bar with toilets instead of seats where a man
sings a song to a poodle, a woman comes in with clothes and face makeup that makes
her look like a walking checkered race flag, and when the cash register is opened
it makes the sound of a toilet flushing... it goes on for a bit and makes no logical
sense at all! You'll think someone dosed your Doritos when you see this thing!
Then it's back to the story as if nuttin' happened! There's performances by an
r&b singer and some gawdawful boy / girl vocal combo singing "Love Can
Make You Happy"! There's a sign next to the band that says "The LSD
For Lunch Bunch"! Ah, the '60s... John Russell and Allan Nixon star with
Lon Chaney, Jr.! From the director of Shanty Tramp (also available)!
Directed by Allan Arkush, USA
popular demand here is a nice looking copy of this '80s cult classic! "Get
Crazy" tells the story of a Fillmore-like concert hall presenting a huge
blow-out gala show on New Year's Eve. Unbeknownst to owner Max Wolfe (Allen Goorwitz)
there is an evil plot to blow up the building at midnight by an unscrupulous businessman
who wants the property for himself! Will stage manager Neil Allen (Daniel Stern)
save the day? There are a ton of nutty subplots centered around the array of fictional
musical guests played by Malcom McDowell (as pompous rock star Reggie Wanker),
The Turtles' Howard Kaylan, Fear's Lee Ving and Lou Reed who shows up late and
performs a new song (during the end credits!). Many other cult actors and musicians
provide brief appearances as well. "Get Crazy" is director Arkush's
sort-of follow-up to "Rock and Roll High School" featuring a few of
the same actors (Paul Bartel, Mary Woronov, Dick Miller) and like that movie it
is made with the same kind of nonsensical wackiness yet with an obvious love for
the music. Original soundtrack includes music by The Ramones, Sparks (who perform
the theme), Flo & Eddie and others. Rated R
Ask Alice (1973)|
Directed by John Korty, USA
"For a lonely girl, drugs
provide an easy road to popularity and access to the depths of despair". And tons
of unintentional laughs for the viewer! Infamous anti-drug made-for-tv movie starring
Jamie Smith Jackson as the teenage Alice and William "Kirk Out" Shatner as dad!
Look for Andy Griffith as the advice giving priest! As a kid I remember being
forced to watch this in a 7th grade classroom (1976). It didn't help. Also with
Ruth Roman, Julie Adams and Robert Carradine. Plus as added bonus: "When,
Jenny? When?", An episode of the seventies television show "Insight" starring
Maureen McCormick and Clark Brandon. Original Air Date: 1 February 1979.
Johnny, Go! (1958)
Directed by Paul Landres, USA
Alan Freed puts on a big amateur rock-n-roll contest to find new
talent. Featuring pseudo-live performances from Chuck Berry, Ritchie
Valens, Jackie Wilson, Jo-Ann Campbell, Eddie Cochran, The Flamingos
and The Cadillacs! Includes the original theatrical trailer!
Go Beat (1965)|
Directed by Robert Hartford-Davis, UK
of Beat Land are in dispute with those of Ballad Isle in this silly rock-n-roll
(?) musical sci-fi fantasy comedy! It's up to a nervous alien who is assigned
to bring peace to the 2 lands. If he fails he'll be exiled to the planet of the
Gonks who look like goofy little hand-puppet people! A wacky film that is showcased
by The Nashville Teens, Lulu and The Luvvers, The Troles and The Graham Bond Organization.
Girl (aka I Am A Groupie, 1970)|
Derek Ford, UK
Esme Jones is the low-key but chubby-inducing groupie of the
title. She runs away from home and joins up with the member of a touring rock
band, unaware of the empty life and heartbreak that lies ahead! This film is pretty
much a straight forward softcore sexploitation flick but has gained a bit of a
cult following because of the surprisingly good rock music score! Not a landmark
picture by any stretch, but a pretty cool and enjoyable piece of time capsule
Directed by Edward Mann,
USA / Spain
Nice looking copy of this hard-to-find LSD / crime drama! A black
& white movie with color acid trip scenes! from the ads: "You will experience
every jolt...every jar of a Psychedelic Circus...The Beatniks...Sickniks...and
Acid-Heads...and you will witness their ecstasies, their agonies and their bizarre
sensualities...You will be hurled into their debauched dreams and frenzied fantasies!".
Directed by Ferd Sebastian,
coming soon, movie available NOW! Starring Misty Rowe, Rated R
Teens from a Good Home
(Heiße Teens aus gutem Haus, original title: O Happy
Day! aka Seventeen and Anxious, 1970)
GERMAN LANGUAGE WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
Directed by Zbynek Brynych, West Germany
coming soon. Movie available now! Starring Anne-Marie Kuster,
Amadeus August and Hanne Wieder. Rated R
FRENCH LANGUAGE ENGLISH SUBTITLES
Directed by Marc-Gilbert Guillaumin, France
is a beautiful copy of this very rare French musical drama centered
around 3 pop stars portrayed by Bulle Ogier, Pierre Clémenti and
Jean-Pierre Kalfon. Now with English subtitles! (Also available
in a non-subtitled version.)
It Is (1968)|
UN-MATTED FULL-FRAME VERSION
Directed by William Rotsler, USA
Psychedelic nudie documentary on the '60s
San Francisco scene. This "documentary" may have just been an excuse
to show the constant stream of t&a, but the excellent colorful naked go-go
girl trip footage backed with offbeat freak-out rock (which takes up half of the
running time) makes this a unique experience! You can tell that director Rotsler
put a lot of effort into the photography and editing. Possibly the most psychedelic
movie ever made! Unlike the dodgy DVD version floating around ours is full-frame
retaining more of the original image and includes the original theatrical trailer!
- Inferno per pochi dollari ("LSD - Hell For A Few Dollars"
aka LSD - La droga del secolo / "LSD - The drug of the
IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE WITH GREEK SUBTITLES
Directed by Massimo Mida
Fun spy film starring Guy Madison as a secret agent out to
stop an undercover organization who is smuggling LSD as part of an evil plan!
More of a spy film then a drug film, still lots of fun with a few wacky trip scenes!
With Franca Polesello, Mario Valgoi, Lucio De Santis Adriano Micantoni and Lucia
Too Young (1962)|
Directed by George Moskov,
co-written by Ed Wood, Jr., USA
Watch this black & white drama and learn
what happens when teenage couples tie the knot too quick! (Y’know, the husband
becomes involved in a life of crime to support his new wife.) It could happen
to YOUR kids! Starring Harold Lloyd, Jr.! Includes the original theatrical
trailer plus trailers for "Glen or Glenda", "The Violent Years"
and "Sinister Urge"!
Directed by Maury Dexter, USA
Surprisingly effective teenage drug drama starring Fabian, Diane
McBain and Patty McCormack! Looks very nice!
Liquid Subway To Oblivion (1970)|
IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE WITH GREEK SUBTITLES
Directed by “John W.
Shadow” (Roberto Loyola), Italy
Ewa Aulin (star of "Candy") co-stars
with Carlo De Mejo, Eugene Pomero and Alex Rebar in this rare heroin drug drama
with a major "groovy factor". I love this film for the same reason many
people would hate it. Rated R
the Air Live With Captain Midnight
Directed by Beverly Sebastian and Ferd Sebastian, USA
coming soon, movie available now! Starring Tracy Sebastian with
John Ireland, Mia Kovacs (daughter of Ernie Kovacs!), Dena Dietrich
and Ted Gehring.
and Julia (Ola
SLIGHTLY WIDE-SCREEN PICTURE
LANGUAGE WITH NO SUBTITLES
Directed by Jan Halldoff, Sweden
color rock-n-roll comedy starring Ola and The Janglers! Also see
på - kul grej på väg till Götet above.
("Paris Does Not Exist", 1969)
LANGUAGE WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
Directed by Robert Benayoun, France
art drama starring Richard Leduc and Danièle Gaubert with Serge
Gainsbourg who also did the score. A young artist beings to see
visions of things that have happened around him in the past. As
his visons increase he begins to become more and more withdrawn
from the present reality. Includes the theatrical trailer!
of Sight (1966)|
Directed by Lennie Weinrib,
to find teen musical comedy spy satire starring Jonathan Daly and Karen Jensen.
With music performances by Freddie and the Dreamers, The Knickerbockers, Gary
Lewis & the Playboys and Dobie Gray!
Story (Las Trompetas del apocalipsis aka I Caldi amori
di una minorenne, 1969)|
SLIGHTLY WIDE-SCREEN PICTURE
by Julio Buchs, Spain / Italy
After his sister kills herself, a man delves
into the swinging mod scene to find out why. It
seems the only clue is a small piece of classical music that is heard right before
she threw herself out of a window! A
fun thriller with a misleading title (there's not much perversion going on) and
a hilarious misrepresentation of the London club scene. (The dj uses one turntable
and when the record's done the kids all stop dancing and stand still and patiently
wait for him to flip it over! Am I the only one that thinks this is funny??) Starring
Marilu Tolo and Brett Halsey, with Romina Power. (Not to be confused with Lucio
Fulci's "One On Top Of The Other" which was also released around the
same time as "Perversion Story"!)
(aka Peter Clifton's Popcorn aka Popcorn: An Audio-Visual
Rock Thing, 1969)
UNCUT & RESTORED VERSION
Directed by Peter Clifton, USA / Australia
We have tracked down a beautiful
looking remastered version with wide-screen picture and much improved
sound. Most importantly this version is uncut and runs 79 minutes.
(Our old version was only about 1 hour long.) "Popcorn"
is a music film that features live footage and studio films from
The Rolling Stones, Otis Redding, Jimi Hendrix, Vanilla Fudge,
The (pre-disco) Bee Gees and Twiggy doing a runway fashion walk
to the theme from "A Man and A Woman"! (Does it get
much cooler than THAT I ask you?) . The Stone's promo films for
"Jumpin' Jack Flash" and "2000 Light Years From
Home" are highlights, as well as a very psychedelic promo
film for Traffic's "Hole In My Shoe" and Vanilla Fudge
performing live in a small room! Nice psychedelic montage sequences
too! Our new uncut version also includes performances by Austalia's
The Groove and singer Russell Morris featuring some very psychedelic
footage. This longer version also includes more pop art and psychedelia
missing from the 1 hour version. Also includes
alternate Jimi Hendrix and Otis Redding footage from the VHS version.
Directed by Jack O'Connell , USA
on the Haight Ashbury hippie scene. The camera follows cute 20 year
old Today Malone around and interviews many people, those in the
hippie scene and otherwise, getting their views on what's happening.
Includes live music by Country Joe and the Fish, The Steve Miller
Band, Quicksilver Messenger Service and Mother Earth (who does the
theme song). There is also some decent music in the score that is
not featured on the soundtrack LP. Mostly this is a talking film
with some nice psychedelic visuals and music interludes. A bit dated
but a truly nice artifact and if you like this kind of thing then
I can heavily reccomend it!
Baby, Rock It! (1957)|
Directed by Murray Douglas Sporup, USA
that cat comes on like Godzilla!" Silly story about some teenagers fighting
against a mob trying to take over their favorite hangout or something is the excuse
for a very cool showcase of live musical Rock-N-Roll, rockabilly, r&b and
doo wop performances by Johnny Carroll, Roscoe Gordon and more obscure acts such
as Preacher Smith and the Deacons, The Five Stars and others! Includes the original theatrical trailer!
Pretty Baby! (1956)|
Directed by Richard Bartlett, USA
that is kinda' fun in a cheezy and unintentionally funny way but pretty horrible
if you're wanting to really rock out! John Saxon and Sal Mineo star with Luana
Patten, Edward Platt, Fay Wray, Rod McKuen and a young Shelley Fabares, featuring
original music by Sonny Burke, Bill Carey, Henry Mancini, Rod McKuen, Bobby Troup
and Phil Tuminello.
The Blues (1956)|
Directed by Arthur Rosenblum,
Obscure black cast movie starring comic actor Mantan Moreland and lots
of great music by rhythm and blues artists such as Connie Carroll, The Harptones,
and others. Looks good!
Home Slow (1963) |
by "Tim Sullivan" (Ted Brenner), USA
Strange black & white western
with a score by Frank Zappa. Mercedes McCambridge and her 2 brothers are out to
avenge the hanging of their father. Offbeat and hard to find!
of Erotic Enjoyment
(Io Cristiana, studentessa degli scandali / "I am
Cristiana, a Student of the Scandals", 1971)
Directed by Sergio Bergonzelli, Italy
coming soon. Movie available now! Includes the original theatrical
trailer. Starring Glenn Saxson, Malisa Longo, Antonella Murgia
and Patricia Reed. Rated R
Sex of Angels
(Il sesso degli angeli, 1968)
Directed by Ugo Liberatore, Italy
A beautiful young woman borrows her father's yacht and invites
two friends to join her. Before sailing off, the three lovely
ladies entice a handsome stranger aboard. Their weekend of sexual
exploration seems innocent enough until an LSD trip goes wrong
and leads to tragic results. ~Melissa Kusia
looking English dubbed version of Liberatore's forst movie. Starring
Bernard De Vries, Rosemary Dexter, Doris Kunstmann and Laura Troschel.
IN SPANISH LANGUAGE WITH ENGLISH SUBTITLES
Directed by Gilberto Martínez Solares, Mexico
Now with English
Campbell, Amadee Chabot, Maura Monti, and Isela Vega play 4 sexy
hitwomen in this ultra-rare crime satire! With the cool clothes
of the era and the pop / rock music score, I'd like to call this
a Mexican version of The Touchables
but, to be honest, the film isn't quite as "pop" but still
worth a look. Nice looking picture although the sound is a bit "hot"
but not too bad.
Evil, So Young
Directed by Godfrey Grayson, UK
Details coming soon, movie available now! British delinquent crime
and reform school drama starring Jill Ireland, Ellen Pollock and
John Charlesworth. Please note: There is a small tv logo that
occasionally appears in the corner of the picture but still looks
of Dracula (1974)|
Directed by Freddie Francis,UK
comedy starring Harry Nilsson as Count Down (the son of Drac) and Ringo Starr
as Merlin The Magician! With Keith Moon, John Bonham and lots of songs by Nilsson!
(aka The Day The Lord Got Busted, 1976)|
Directed by Burt Topper, USA
Fabian stars as a drugged-out drifter who is picked-up by an evangelist and molded
into a gospel rock-n-roll star. Also starring Nai Bonet and Tony Russel. Director
Topper was the executive producer of Wild In The Streets. Includes the original theatrical trailer!
Union (aka Harrad Summer, 1974)
Directed by Steven Hilliard Stern, USA
Starring Robert Reiser, Laurie Walters,
Richard Doran and Victoria Thompson. Rated R
Directed by Harvey Hart, USA
Anthony Franciosa, Michael Sarrazin, Jacqueline Bisset and Bob Denver.
Dracula (La Grande Trouile,
Directed by Pierre Grunstein, France
sexy horror / comedy with musical numbers starring Peter Cushing who really seemed
to enjoy cutting loose in these more eccentric roles! Co-starring French starlet
Miou-Miou as an actress sent by her agent (along with another cutie and 2 scriptwriters)
to the castle of a wacko retired horror star (Cushing) and his equally nutty wife.
What follows is anybody’s guess! Intentionally disjointed and lots of fun! Hard
to find! Rated R
3 In The Attic
(aka Three In The Attic, 1968)|
Directed by Richard Wilson, USA
Christopher Jones, star of "Wild In The Streets", is the girl-obsessed cheating
boyfriend of Yvette Mimieux. After playing her and 2 other women (Judy Pace and
Maggie Thrett), the 3 girls decide to take their revenge by kidnaping him and
locking him up in their attic at the women's college they attend where they plan
to wear the poor captive out using sex! Includes the original theatrical trailer! Rated R
Let's All Make Love in London (aka Tonight
Let's All Make Love in London, 1967)
LANGUAGE WITH JAPANESE SUBTITLES
Directed by Peter Whitehead, UK
Really nice looking copy of this documentary on the swinging
London scene! Featuring interviews with Michael Caine, Mick Jagger,
psychedelic body painter Alan Aldridge, Julie Christie, Andrew
Loog Oldham and others, with music by The Pink Floyd, and more!
Often confused with the later released Pink Floyd montage "London
'66 - '67", this is the actual documentary for which that
footage was originally shot. Includes a few extra surprises!
IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE WITH JAPANESE SUBTITLES
Directed by Val Guest, UK
UNCUT REMASTERED VERSION
Directed by Robert Freeman, UK
I’m a sucker for flicks like this: A group
of 4 cute swinging mod English chicks kidnap their favorite rock
singer and hide him in a huge isolated plastic dome for fun &
frolic! A fun sexy pop-comedy with soundtrack music by a '60s group
called Nirvana! (Smells like a lawsuit to me!) A lot of these types
of movies from this era don't hold up nearly as well as this one
does! I admit that I have a soft spot for this movie and while a
lot of people would be put off by it's silly style and meandering
storyline, I can tell you that this is one of my favorite films!
Rumor has it that David Bowie was originally considered to play
the rock star! Includes the original theatrical trailer!
We now offer a nice looking uncut version!
On, Tune In, Drop Out plus
Vertige (1966 to 1969)
IN FRENCH AND ENGLISH
Turn On... is an
excellent 48 minute collection of 5 short experimental films from
the 1960s which are: "Be-In" (1967), "Beatles Electroniques"
(1966-1969), "San Francisco" (1967, features early music
by Pink Floyd), "Andy Warhol's Exploding Plastic Inevitable"
(1967, featuring The Velvet Underground) and "Eyetoon"
(1966-1968). Followed by Jean Beaudin's 45 minute pop art movie
Vertige (1969). Total running time is about 93 minutes. Looks
really nice! Recommended! Rated R
dos, tres, al escondite inglés
IN SPANISH LANGUAGE WITH NO SUBTITLES
Directed by Iván Zulueta,
Rare rock movie from Spain!
Unkissed Bride (aka Mother Goose A-Go-Go, 1966)
Directed by Jack H. Harris, USA
Includes the original theatrical trailer! Rated
Alla Sbarra + bonus Lucio Fulci
documentary from Italian tv Dr.
Fulci’s American Night (1959)|
ITALIAN LANGUAGE WITH NO SUBTITLES
by Lucio Fulci, Italy
A rock-n-roll film starring Elke Sommer featuring Italian
artists Mina, Joe Sentieri, wacky Adriano Celentano and others, and featuring
a rare performance by Chet Baker! The quality on this black & white obscurity
is very good, save for a small Italian tv logo in the corner. The bad news: This
picture is in Italian only. The good news: The characters break into song &
dance at the drop of a hat so there’s pretty much constant music numbers and not
a lot of dialogue! The shmaltzy but cool tunes and atmosphere kinda’ reminded
me of the '60s beach party flicks of the U.S., but with a more Euro feel of course.
More good news: When ordering this we’ll throw in free the rare Italian t.v. documentary
“Dr. Fulci’s American Night”! This 30 minute t.v. show shot in ‘94 is a
long interview with Fulci (in Italian) plus some film clips.
Werewolf of Woodstock (1975)
by John Moffitt, USA
for tv monster movie mess produced by Dick Clark a 1975 broadcast
of ABC's "Wide World Mystery" from january 24th of 1975.
Starring Tige Andrews with Belinda Balaski and Meredith MacRae.
is a Four Letter Word
Peter Hall, UK
mushroom fantasy from the UK starring David Warner, Cilla Black
and Zia Mohyeddin.