Making use of picturesque (but conveniently local!) Fire Island locations,
Roberta Findlay delivers a typically unerotic…but worse, strangely depressing anomaly of adult cinema by the appropriately maudlin title of A
Woman’s Torment (which she quips in the extras “is the story of my life!”)
Behind the Lens, Doris Wishman, Film Media, Florida exploitation, Michael Raso, Mike Raso, New York sexploitation, nudie cutie, Pop Cinema, Retro-Seduction Cinema, sexploitation, third eye cinema podcast
When we spoke with Pop Cinema/Film Media/Camp Motion Picture/Retro-Seduction/Retro Shock-O-Rama impresario Michael Raso at the very dawn of the Third Eye Cinema podcast in early 2012 (or technically, the Winter of the year prior, when we actually met and recorded) and again just this past summer, one of the subjects covered (and also during our short lived “Behind the Lens” segment on Raso’s own Alternative Cinema Podcast) was our mutual love of the films of Doris Wishman.
Albert T. Viola, Audrey Campbell, Joe Sarno, Marty Rackum, Michael Findlay, New York sexploitation, Olga films, One Naked NIght, Roberta Findlay, Serge Goncharoff, Stan Borden, The Blue Hour, third eye cinema podcast, Three in a Towel, vinegar syndrome
Film in desperate need of an editor. You know, one that’s not completely loaded off his ass during working hours? Apply to: Serge Goncharoff, Grads Corp.
Hell, Doris Wishman was a more coherent editor…
A not unattractive hippie type with long sexy hair but a bit of a hard bitten look about her and saddled with a gratingly whiny voice is getting it on on the beach with some old cop type whose tendons in his neck stick out like he’s having a coronary and whose back is covered in enormous liver spots.
Welcome to the strange world of The Blue Hour.