For those of you who are just here for the sex, this one’s for you. For those of you who are here for everything, including the sex, this one’s for you.
If you still haven’t dared to dip into classic adult films or mainstream erotica, you might consider the following titles if you’re so inclined:
Caligula (Bob Guccione 1979) is the first major motion picture that dared to show explicit sex scenes. This historically accurate (unrated) film is about the rise and fall of Roman Emperor Gaius Caesar Germanicus. The cast includes recognizable Hollywood stars Malcolm McDowell (as Caligula), Helen Mirren, John Gielgud, and Peter O’Toole. Pornophobes who need one more celebrity name dropped to convince them this is a mainstream endeavor may be pleased to note that Gore Vidal wrote the screenplay. It’s also available on Netflix.
Night Dreams (Francis Delia 1981) starring the beautiful Dorothy LeMay is an artistically erotic and sometimes strange film about a woman who is the subject of an experiment designed to induce X-rated dreams… and oh boy; it delivers… scene after sexy scene.
The Masseuse (Paul Thomas 2004) is one of Jenna Jameson’s most celebrated films in which she plays a massage therapist who provides sextras for cash. She gets involved with a crazy stalker guy brilliantly acted by Jameson’s former husband Justin Sterling. Watched with or without the sound on, it’s a sexy suspense drama.
On a lighter note, there’s:
Debbie Does Dallas (Jim Clark 1978) is a well known title about a group of high school cheerleaders who supports one of their own (Debbie) on her quest to become a “Texas Cowgirl.” Bambi Woods, in the role of Debbie, looks like the wholesome girl-next-door (a natural beauty of male gonad stimulating quality). This film’s for you if you enjoy watching nubile maidens with small breasts, curvy hips, and pubic hair in the throws of graphically close-up actions shots.
Angel Buns (Jim Clark 1981) is a sexy comedy about an angel (naturally) played by the beautiful Veronica Hart and a shmucky shoe salesman played by porn veteran R. Bolla. Hart and Bolla are actors who perform with professional panache and dignity in and out of mainstream entertainment.
Space Nuts (Jonathan Morgan 2003) is a funny neo-classic skin flick starring Stormy Daniels (whoever she is) and Evan Stone (currently popular and recognizable). This is a spoofy mélange of Star Wars (George Lucas 1977) and Space Balls by (Mel Brooks 1987). The men are attractive, well built, body hair bald with muscles to die for. The women have beautiful bodies (though sometimes overly augmented), seductive make-up, French manicured fingernails, and great shoes.
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