Posts Tagged ‘Viva Erotica’

This Week In Sleaze 54: Tightie Whitie Theatre – Viva Erotica & Bamboo House Of Dolls

Let’s talk award winning fucking and fucking in prison…camp. It’s another Category III movie about making a Category III movie but this time it has a elite director, movie stars AND stars of Cat III that all merge in Viva Erotica from co-director Derek Yee. Also, nude women in a Japanese prison camp. Shaw Brothers goes for the exploitation genre, via the distinct stamp of director Kuei Chih-hung in Bamboo House Of Dolls.

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This Week In Sleaze 24: Tightie White Theatre – The Legend Of An Erotic Movie Star & Temptation Summary II

 

twis24Let’s talk about how fucking is made! Yes, this Tightie Whitie Theater contains looks at two movies about making Category III movies. The commercial adults only genre, tag, symbol breaking the 4th wall a bit and making satire? Or what are they aiming for here? Is it just regular sleaze with a cute gimmick that’s merely an excuse for T & A? Latter is a yes at least for The Legend Of An Erotic Movie Star from 1993 and Temptation Summary II from 1991.

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