A young woman named Elizabeth (Marie-Georges Pascal) travels by train to live with her fiancé, the owner of a vineyard. She discovers that the pesticide being sprayed on vineyards is turning people into killer zombies.
Lt. Chanel Preston is tired of lazy soldiers not pulling their weight – and Kieran Lee is the worst. She drags him to Captain Kirsten Price’s office to make sure he’s properly disciplined. What will he have to do? Push-ups, sit-ups, and an afternoon of tit worship and pussy licking.
(Submitted by Smutmaster Eric, who is doing his best to keep summer alive a little while longer… 😉 xoxo)
Featuring: Maria Ford, Jennifer Rubin, Tom Hanks, Wilson, & Bo Derek.
The Wasp Woman (1996)
(What a waste of Gerrit Graham wiener!!! Shame on you, Wasp Woman!! -D.P.)
Cast Away (2000)
Ghosts Can’t Do It (1989)
Ho-stess’s PS– I promised our Smutmaster I’d include a couple new beach shots with this. Alas, I waited ’til sundown (my fave time for beach-goin’) and the shots came out a lil’ dark, but I reckon they’ll have to do for now. I’ll do my impression of a Daywalker for ya sometime soon. 😉 xoxo
(Submitted by Smutmaster Eric and, shockingly, it seemed appropriate for #TataTuesday. 😉 Thanks, friend! I’m a big fan of Mr. Band’s work, so I eXXXtra approve this set!! 😉 xoxo)
Charles Robert Band (born December 27, 1951) is an American director, writer, and producer, mostly known for his work on horror comedy movies.
His most famous films are those in the Puppet Master franchise and the Subspecies series, made by his company Full Moon Features. Before Full Moon Features, his earlier (and now defunct) company Empire Pictures made films like Ghoulies and the cult classic Re-Animator.