Tuesday, May 24, 2011

New Titles Coming July From After Hours Cinema!!

The RENE BOND SLEAZY 70s TRIPLE FEATURE is a toast to the lady herself - The Californian Queen of Sex - the "It" girl of the West Coast! SOUNDS OF SEX - Rene Bond and partner in grime Suzanne Fields are your giddy guides through an assortment of freaky sexual fantasies! CITY WOMAN - Three women decide to bare their bodies, explore the city and see the sights! SHOW AND TELL HOTEL - There's always something to see at the Show and Tell Hotel! From oral Olympics to incredible feats of fucking; you'll check in, but you won't want to check out!

Retail Price:$29.95

Three psychotropic features by filmmaker Eduardo Cemano, available for the first time on DVD. The Healers -Dr. Darby and his nurse are practitioners of a revolutionary sexual system of healing known as Orgasmic Free Flow. Fongaluli -This wild sex odyssey tells the story of Professor Wurtsis, whose adventures lead to encounters with strange sex-starved beings including the evil Fongawitch and her orgy-practicing disciples. Madame Zenobia -A beautiful, sad young widow continues her love affair with the "spirit" of her late husband.

Retail Price: $39.95

Both drop on 07/26/11!

Check out more info here: www.Afterhourscinema.com

Friday, May 6, 2011

The Playground of the Mind: An Overview of Shaun Costello's HOT DREAMS

Movies have been one of the strongest forms of escapism since the days of the beautiful, ghost like image of famed belly dancer Little Sheba tantalizing/horrifying curious viewers on a Nickelodeon. Art is the safest way to explore facets about your own humanity and all of its murky little corners. With this, it only make sense for numerous directors working in the 70's and 80's to incorporate themes of adult fantasies in film. This concept is front and center in Warren Evans aka Shaun Costello's 1983 film, HOT DREAMS.

Lisa (the great Sharon Mitchell) seemingly has it all. She's beautiful, lives in a nice and roomy loft in New York City and is a successful beefcake photographer. The problem? She's married to a total schmoe, in the form her of her businessman husband, Bob (Michael Bruce). The film opens with the two in bed, all lovingly framed and lit, including some nice, tight composition. Soon, Bob starts rubbing her side, initiating what I like to call “the international sign of your partner waking you to get nookie” maneouver.) She's very receptive but just as things start getting good for Lisa, Bob finishes without making things equal. Even worse, his neglect is excused with him saying he has to get ready for work but then takes, like, 15 minutes to shave his non-facial hair. What?