· The Sins Of Madame Bovary (1969) (One 7 Movies)
The Short Version: Edwige Fenech, I love you.
The Slightly-Elongated Version: There are few actresses in all of Europe — nay, make that all the world — that are as beautifully fetching as the lovely Edwige Fenech. No matter how trite a motion picture may tend to get, you can rest assured that as soon as Edwige appears onscreen, the heat will turn up. (The Sins Of) Madame Bovary, one of many adaptations of the Gustave Flaubert novel, is a great example of how a simple dark-haired beauty can brighten up a movie that would otherwise put me to sleep. Emma Bovary (Fenech) is bored over the fact that her country doctor husband’s always working, so she begins to have a few infidelities with a couple of handsome strangers. Gerhard Riedmann plays Fenech’s oblivious hubby, while actors like Franco Ressel and Peter Carsten get to have all the fun with her. One 7 Movies brings this previously-unreleased German/Italian film to the US in an anamorphic widescreen 2.35:1, Italian mono sound with optional English subtitles, and a gallery of artwork.
· Sripperland! (2011) (IMDFilms)
The Short Version: Sean Skelding, I hate you. And so does Jesus.
The Slightly-Elongated Version: Have you had it up to your brains with zombie movies? No? Well, never fear: Portland’s own Sean Skelding, the feller that brought us I Am Virgin, returns to stultify our ability to enjoy life with this softcore parody of the highly-overrated Zombieland and the highly-contemptible Zombie Strippers!. Although I can’t see the need to spoof either of the aforementioned comedies (really, how do you parody parodies?), Skelding shows us a sleazier side of his Northern Oregon stomping grounds by pitting man against undead exotic dancers. If that weren’t enough to warrant your immediate and total surrender to the front end of an oncoming semi, Skelding’s latest feature includes a bit part by Daniel Baldwin. Former scream queen Linnea Quigley and Troma’s Lloyd Kaufman also make appearances. The DVD includes a number of bonus materials, such as two audio commentaries, several featurettes, deleted scenes, and more.
· Sex And Black Magic (1982) (One 7 Movies)