“In the United States of America, thanks to Constitutional guarantees of complete religious freedom, the old established churches prosper tax free…
Also the self-appointed messengers of God, now dominating TV.”
It’s that time of month again. You know, when guys know it’s better to hide under the covers for a few days?
That’s right, it’s time for another pairing of vintage releases from our old pal Carlos Tobalina, and this time both hail from that halcyon year 1983…
Blair Harris, Bob Chinn, Delania Raffino, Don Fernando, gail palmer, Jesie St. James, John Holmes, Kandi Barbour, Kitty Shayne, Lauren Dominique, Paul Thomas, Richard Pacheco, Sharon Kane, third eye cinema podcast, Veri Knotty, vinegar syndrome
Vinegar Syndrome brings to light two more Bob Chinn efforts from 1979 with this month’s sole double feature. One’s pretty good. The other…
Bob Chinn, Candida Royalle, Carlos Tobalina, Cathouse Fever, Chris Warfield, Don Fernando, Dorothy LeMay, Fantasy World, Georgina Speivin, Herschel Savage, I am Always Ready, Jade Wong, Jesie St. James, John Holmes, Jon Martin, Kitty Shayne, Laura Lazare, Lauren Dominique, Michael Morrison, Mike Horner, Nina Fause, Paul Thomas, Purely Physical, Rhonda Jo Petty, Sharon Kane, The Ultimate Pleasure, third eye cinema podcast, Tropic of Desire, vinegar syndrome
It’s yet another unusual August where the expected oppressive heat and humidity are nowhere to be found, in favor of a cool, September style briskness.
Similarly, Vinegar Syndrome delivers a rather mixed bag of pristine prints of quite variable in value offerings from the height of hardcore’s moment in the mainstream – cool where they should be hot, more curious than carnal. Three are actually pretty decent views…the other three, utter wastes of celluloid. Let’s take a look, shall we?
Carol Connors, Delania Raffino, Desiree Cousteau, Don Fernando, gail palmer, Georgina Spelvin, John Holmes, John Leslie, Paul Thomas, Rhonda Jo Petty, Richard Pacheco, Sharon Kane, third eye cinema podcast, vinegar syndrome, Wendy O Williams
Vinegar Syndrome taps into yet another of the all too rare female directors of adult film with this latest double feature.
Anthony Spinelli, Blair Harris, China de Sade, Don Fernando, Jack Wright, Joey Silvera, Jon Martin, Linda Wong, Oriental Babysitter, Peter Johns, The First Time, third eye cinema podcast, vinegar syndrome
After sitting through that last gem in the rather large number of Vinegar Syndrome releases this month, I felt it was time to reward myself by watching something that might actually have a good chance at being entertaining (seriously…sheesh!)
So regular Third Eye readers out there know exactly where I was going to head next.