- 7 Minutes of Deleted Scenes!
- Rated: Not Rated
- Run Time: 3 hours, 45 minutes
- Video: Black & White
- Released: May 31, 2005
- Originally Released: 2005
- Label: Something Weird Video
- Encoding: Region 1 (USA & Canada)
- Aspect Ratio: Full Frame - 1.33
- Additional Release Material:
- Alternate Scenes
- Deleted Scenes
- Additional Audio Material: Audio Oddities
- Featurette: GRINDHOUSE GUIGNO
- Text/Photo Galleries:
- Photos - Six Sixties Sex Stills
Performers, Cast and Crew:
Description by OLDIES.com:
New York Nudie Noir! Good Vibrations
go into ultra-kink when sex-happy Julia moves in with her uptight young sister and becomes irresistibly drawn to a next-door storage room where mistress Georgia holds nightly orgies with an oddball sex cult. Armed with a giant joy buzzer, Georgia likes to turn herself on, turn her friends on and, ultimately, turn Julia and her sister on: "I specialize in pleasure. Pleasure so intense, it's akin to torment. exquisite torment...." An offbeat, psychologically twisted skinflick from the always excellent Joe Sarno!
Plus: The kink-a-thon continues with Fluctuations, a bizarre don't-even try-to-make-sense-of-it bombardment of sexual imagery that plays like stream of-consciousness from a degenerate: threesomes, foursomes, lesbians, bondage, hair-whipping (!) and, believe it or not, even kung-fu. Avant garde masterpiece or pure gutter trash? Perhaps both.
And: A psycho sex-fiend keeps his infantile girlfriend Vicky (Jennifer Welles) in Submission with candy bars, toys and, yes, hot wax. But when they plan on killing a wealthy lesbian, Vicky discovers she likes a woman's touch, and plans a nasty surprise for her boneheaded boyfriend. It's a triple bill of sexploitation skin and sin mixing Joe Sarno sophistication with sleaze and schlock, exactly as they played Times Square back in 1970!
A triple-bill of exploitation reminiscent of Times Square's heyday, this collection is both erotic and outlandish. VIBRATIONS is a quintessential Joe Sarno masterpiece, sporting a plotline with characteristic psychological subtexts, and an unusually high level of gratuitous visuals. Barbara is a repressed and frustrated writer living in Manhattan next door to Georgia, who plays host nightly to orgies fueled by her deft wielding of a vibrator. When Barbara reluctantly allows her sexually-charged sister Julie to move in, despite unpleasant memories of their erotic girlhood encounters, the pair inevitably find themselves penetrating the mysteries unfolding next door. FLUCTUATIONS plays out like a stream-of-consciousness catalogue of desire and fantasy, bizarrely moving between threesomes, foursomes, lesbian sex, bondage, and, somehow, kung fu. The kinkiness continues in SUBMISSION, where a sexual deviant and his submissive girlfriend--whom he keeps in check with hot wax, toys, and candy bars--plot to murder a rich lesbian. But when the girl discovers her own preference for women, she comes up with a nasty change of plans.