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Re: Bare Behind Bars at the BBFC

Postby bes » 15 Dec 2010, 12:11

Dracula Sucks, another one I'd consider watching. I actually have a vampire porn film but it was pants; too much porn and not enough horror. Quite a modern one too so it lacks the intriguing 'proper' film quality some of the old ones had.
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Re: Bare Behind Bars at the BBFC

Postby m35541 » 10 Mar 2011, 11:26

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The only one I need to watch out of those is The Devil In Miss Jones, which is supposedly a classic. Any good?


It features a masturbation scene - with some kind of hose if I remember correctly - set to the tune of Morricone's score from Once Upon a Time in the West !! I can't believe they purchased the rights !! This is one of the few hard cores I've seen and it ends on a real downer that must have gobsmacked the dirty mac brigade.
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Re: Bare Behind Bars at the BBFC

Postby alexl » 10 Mar 2011, 22:00

m35541 wrote:
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The only one I need to watch out of those is The Devil In Miss Jones, which is supposedly a classic. Any good?


It features a masturbation scene - with some kind of hose if I remember correctly - set to the tune of Morricone's score from Once Upon a Time in the West !! I can't believe they purchased the rights !! This is one of the few hard cores I've seen and it ends on a real downer that must have gobsmacked the dirty mac brigade.

I've not seen green door but I've seen some the others mentioned. The Devil in Miss Jones is classic, no question. I can remember the soundtrack being fantastic didn't know it had a Morricone sample. Debbie does Dallas is mediocre, only acclaimed for Bambi Woods' performance and it bringing the high school/cheerleader setting to the mainstream. Deep Throat does have some good lines my favourite being "do you mind if I smoke while your eating". "Big" John Holmes also puts in an eccentric performance putting on a mock British accent, I think he does this in other films as well. The Enema Bandit/Water Power a film you wouldn't want to see if you thought DMJ was depressing, it does feature a soundtrack which incorporates soundtracks from Taxi Driver and Vertigo.
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