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Review brief: Blonde Fire is the final film in the Johnny Wadd film series that Bob Chinn had any involvement with. Blone Fire isn't the greatest film in the series and I wish that the series had a stronger film to end with. That aside, the film is enjoyable and has a decent plot and some enjoyable sex scenes. I-Candy's transfer for the film is disappointing.
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Review brief: The China Cat is the tenth film in the Johnny Wadd film series and a spoof on Charlie's Angels. While not the best entry in the series, the film is still a fun one and worth watching. I-Candy's transfer does leave something to be desired though.
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Sexcula 

Release date: 4/9/2013
Reviewed on: 7/21/2014 by flash


Studio: Impulse Pictures

Directed by: Bob Hollowich
Review brief: Sexcula is a bizarre adult film to have come out of the 70s. The concept behind the initial story holds promise but the execution, and I am assuming severe production issues, render the film to a jumbled mess that is hard to watch. Impulse Pictures has done a great job with the video and audio presentation on the disc.
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Review brief: V stands for Valerie in Robert Mc Callum's V THE HOT ONE (1977, Nu Tech Digital re-release) with the ever lovely Annette Haven as the lead heroine who leads a double life as "the matinee girl" of a brothel by day and a distinguished housewife by night. It's one of the top classic films of the era and deserves to be seen.
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Review brief: Alpha Blue Archives' XXX Spy Sex-O-Rama collects three titles from the early 70s, all with a spy theme, Agent 69, The California Connection, and Jane Bond. Two of the films, Agent 69 and Jane Bond, aren't really worth watching at all. The third, The California Connection, is an enjoyable film that is well worth watching. However the film is incomplete on this release. Alpha Blue Archives poor quality masters make this release not worth watching.
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Review brief: While the concept of the film is ripe for a good adult version and writer Arthur King has proven in the past that he can write some incredibly good adult films, Maxine is a relatively standard 80s shot on video presentation never rising to where it could. That combined with Excalibur Films' poor distribution of the movie makes it an easy one to pass on.
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Review brief: While the concept of the film is ripe for a good adult version and writer Arthur King has proven in the past that he can write some incredibly good adult films, Maxine is a relatively standard 80s shot on video presentation never rising to where it could. That combined with Excalibur Films' poor distribution of the movie makes it an easy one to pass on.
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Review brief: Ten Little Indians is a great film to have come out of the 80s. It is a parody, yet takes on it's own version of the story instead of just mimicking the original. The film has a great balance of sex and story as well as working in true comedy.
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Review brief: Ten Little Indians is a great film to have come out of the 80s. It is a parody, yet takes on it's own version of the story instead of just mimicking the original. The film has a great balance of sex and story as well as working in true comedy.
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Review brief: The Jade Pussycat is a great adult film to come out of the seventies and one of the best entries in the Johnny Wadd film series. The film has a great combination of sex and story that makes for a excellent finished product. I-Candy's release features a decent presentation of the film.
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All Night Long and Tapestry of Passion: Double Feature 

Release date: 7/8/2014
Reviewed on: 7/12/2014 by flash

Starring: John Holmes, Annette Haven, Leslie Bovee
Studio: Vinegar Syndrome

Directed by: Alan Colberg
Review brief: This release from Vinegar Syndrome collects two films from director Alan Colberg and star John Holmes. Tapestry of Passion, the eighth Johnny Wadd film, doesn't fit in well with the series, but is an amazing adult film from the 1970s and should not be missed. All Night Long is a comedy, which is okay but nowhere on the level of Tapestry of Passion. The presentation of both films by Vinegar Syndrome is amazing.
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Italian Stallion (Arrow) 

Release date: 7/5/2004
Reviewed on: 7/9/2014 by flash

Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Henrietta Holm, Frank Micelli
Studio: Arrow Productions

Directed by: Gail Palmer, Morton Lewis
Review brief: The infamous porn film that Sylvester Stallone starred in makes for great modern mythology and rumors but makes for horrible viewing. The film is an incoherent mess and is almost impossible to sit through. Arrow's presentation of the film is as bad is the film itself.
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Italian Stallion (Koch) 

Release date: 10/9/2007
Reviewed on: 7/8/2014 by flash

Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Henrietta Holm, Frank Micelli
Studio: Koch Releasing

Directed by: Gail Palmer, Morton Lewis
Review brief: The infamous porn film that Sylvester Stallone starred in makes for great modern mythology and rumors but makes for horrible viewing. The film is an incoherent mess and is almost impossible to sit through. Cinema Epoch's presentation of the film on this release is amazing and far more than the film deserves.
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Flesh Of the Lotus 

Release date: 3/13/2005
Reviewed on: 7/7/2014 by flash


Studio: VCX

Review brief: Flesh of the Lotus is the second film in the Johnny Wadd film series. It offers a more complete feeling film than the first entry but is before the series really started to hit its stride. The presentation on the disc is decent.
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Johnny Wadd & His 13 Calibur Weapon 

Release date: 7/14/2009
Reviewed on: 7/7/2014 by flash

Starring: John Holmes
Studio: Gourmet Video

Review brief: Johnny Wadd & His 13 Calibur Weapon is an enjoyable entry in the Johnny Wadd series. Gourmet Video's presentation of the film in this release is horrible though. Unless you must have this title, I would wait and hope some company creates a better release.
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Johnny Wadd 

Release date: 9/23/2008
Reviewed on: 7/5/2014 by flash

Starring: John Holmes, Sandy Dempsey, Ramone Narone
Studio: VCX

Directed by: Bob Chinn
Review brief: Johnny Wadd, the first film in the Johnny Wadd series, is not one of the truly amazing adult films that came out of the 70s, but it is a fun low budget quickie. The plot and acting are lacking, but the sex scenes are solid.
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Review brief: The Return of Johnny Wadd was the last entry in the Johnny Wadd series, which was made without any participation from series creator Bob Chinn. Overall, the movie is your typical 1980s quicky and isn't anything remarkable. This edition contains a later re-edit of the film, has missing footage, and includes a scene never intended for the original film. For this reason, this edition is not recommended.
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Danish Connection, The 

Release date: 1/1/1970
Reviewed on: 7/5/2014 by flash

Starring: John Holmes
Studio: Something Weird Video

Directed by: Walt Davis
Review brief: The Danish Connection is the fifth entry in the Johnny Wadd series that doesn't fit in very well with the film canon. It was the first in the series not to be directed by Bob Chinn and is also the only softcore entry in the film series. The film itself is fun and enjoyable, but Something Weird Video's release leaves a lot to be desired.
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Danish Connection, The 

Release date: 1/1/1970
Reviewed on: 7/5/2014 by flash

Starring: John Holmes
Studio: Something Weird Video

Directed by: Walt Davis
Review brief: The Danish Connection is the fifth entry in the Johnny Wadd series that doesn't fit in very well with the film canon. It was the first in the series not to be directed by Bob Chinn and is also the only softcore entry in the film series. The film itself is fun and enjoyable, but Something Weird Video's release leaves a lot to be desired.
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Tropic Of Passion (VCX) 

Release date: 8/5/2003
Reviewed on: 7/5/2014 by flash

Starring: Georgina Spelvin, John Holmes, Sandy Dempsey
Studio: VCX

Directed by: Bob Chinn
Review brief: Tropic of Passion, the fourth film in the Johnny Wadd series, was filmed in Waikiki, Hawaii. The locales are good and the story is decent, but the sex scenes seem lacking. VCX's presentation of the film on this release is poor.
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Jungle Blue 

Release date: 5/13/2014
Reviewed on: 6/18/2014 by flash

Starring: Annette Haven, David Pinney, Nina Fause, Candida Royale, Jeff Lyle, Iris Medina, Susan Fuentes, Jose Ferraro
Studio: Vinegar Syndrome

Directed by: Carlos Tobalina
Review brief: Jungle Blue has been an almost impossible film to come across since its original release and probably should have stayed that way as the film is far better in concept than in application. Vinegar Syndrome has done an amazing job with their release of the film that may interest fans of some of the stars. Unless you are a fan of the film, I would pass on this release.
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Review brief: Distribpix have gone all out with the Blu-ray release of The Opening of Misty Beethoven providing the best quality version of this film seen yet on home video and a wealth of extras that delve into the film itself. This release is highly recommended for fans of the film, even if they own the previous VCA release, or for any fans of classic adult cinema.
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Taking Of Christina, The 

Release date: 8/30/2004
Reviewed on: 3/31/2014 by t0mbone

Starring: Eric Edwards, Terry Hall, C.J. Laing, Jack Thompson, Bree Anthony, Roger Caine
Studio: VCX

Directed by: Armand Weston
Review brief: Produced and conceived by Jason Russell, written and directed by Armand Weston, THE TAKING OF CHRISTINA (1975) is based on actual events that had occurred over the early days of October 1974 as two ex-cons abduct a young woman and pay the consequences. Standard frame. 82 minutes.
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Review brief: Warren Evans writes, produces and directs HOT DREAMS (1983, Caballero Home Video) with Sharon Mitchell as Lisa Curtis, a married photographer, who finds herself having vivid sexual fantasies in this terrific 84 minute flick.
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Review brief: One of the greatest porn flicks ever, Alex de Renzy's BABY FACE (1977, TVX Home Video-2006) tells the story of a big lug named Dan (Dan Roberts) who is on the lam from not only the cops but also a pissed-off Mom named Molly (Mary Eaton) who catches Dan fucking her sex-crazed daughter Priscilla (lovely Lyn Malone) early in the flick. Director de Renzy and screenwriter John Mulligan bring this trio together for the nutty finale that takes place in a San Francisco brothel where Dan has been hiding out. Standard frame. 1 hour 45 minutes.
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Review brief: Produced, directed, written and edited by Armand Weston, EXPOSE ME LOVELY (1976, Video-X-Pix) follows on the heels of the domestic film FAREWELL MY LOVELY (1975) as Ras Kean plays a Philip Marlowe-type character named Frosty Knight, who sucks and fucks his way through the seedy under belly of NYC and solves a case along the way. Look for Annie Sprinkle and Jennifer Wells among the femme fatales and good girls in this porn noir offering. Standard frame. 91 minutes.
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Expensive Tastes 

Release date: 5/15/2003
Reviewed on: 3/6/2014 by t0mbone

Starring: Joey Silvera, John Leslie, John Seeman, Ken Scudder, Eileen Wells, Chris Petersen, Fran Essex, Pheary Burd, Dan Egan
Studio: VCX

Directed by: Joanna Williams
Review brief: Written by producer William Dancer and directed by Joanna Williams, EXPENSIVE TASTES (1978) is a curious title for a xxx flick with two extended rape scenes bookending the sex action. Dancer and Williams cast Elaine Welles (LITTLE GIRLS BLUE) as the young virgin Alexandra, whose date with David (Joseph Nassi AKA Joey Silvera) goes awry at his apartment. Phaery I. Burd plays a prostitute that assists the police in apprehending those involved in the rapes. 77 minutes. Standard frame.
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Bella (Arrow) 

Release date: 8/14/2006
Reviewed on: 3/3/2014 by t0mbone

Starring: Tracy Adams, Eric Edwards, Arcadia Lake, Mary Stuart, Dana Stone
Studio: Arrow Productions

Review brief: Directed, written and co-edited by Alexander Kubelka, BELLA (1980) is quite the starring vehicle for the lovely Tracy Adams as she plays a young seductress, who attempts to steal away her mother's lover. Diane Sloan plays the frustrated Mom and Eric Edwards plays the hunky neighbor who lives nearby. Colorful suburban environs are captured by cinematographer Carter Stevens. Standard frame. 85 minutes.
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