#FullFrontalFriday: The Casino, Cousins, Convent and Cross Edition

(aka the ‘C’ is for Cookie edition…#getit?? 😉 Big hugs to Smutmaster Eric for this pube-tastic post! 🙂 xoxo)

Featuring: Kristen Wiig, Kate Winslet, Tiffany Shepis & Monique Parent

Welcome to Me (2015)

When Alice Klieg wins the Mega-Millions lottery, she immediately quits her psychiatric meds and buys her own talk show.

Jude (1996)

A stonemason steadfastly pursues a cousin he loves. However their love is troubled as he is married to a woman who tricked him into marriage and she is married to a man she does not love.

Nympha (2007)

 Sarah is a young American from New York City who travels to Italy to join the New Order convent as a cloister nun and to prepare for an arduous spiritual journey.

Blonde Heaven (1995)

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A coven of vampires operates out of a modeling/escort agency known as Blonde Heaven. A young woman named Angie (Raelyn Saalman) arrives from Oklahoma to find her way into the movie business, followed by her boyfriend Kyle. Head vamp Illyana (Julie Strain) takes a liking to Angie and convinces her to do escort work for the agency, but has other recruiting plans for her as well.

Bonus Frontal w/ Trivia:

Michelle Bauer (circa 1986)

Began her film career in X-rated hardcore movies as “Pia Snow,” including the classic Café Flesh (1982), before moving into mainstream movies.

Amber Lynn (circa 1985)

 Became a hugely successful featured entertainer from her fame created through her work in adult films, earning up to $25,000 a week.

Ginger Lynn (1984)

Served a jail term related to tax-evasion, which was a case she insisted was politically motivated by anti-porn elements in the Ronald Reagan and George Bush “41” administrations.

Kaitlyn Ashley (the ’90s)

Author Jacob Held argued that Kaitlyn Ashley, along with Jill Kelly and Jenna Jameson is considered to be one of the most iconic adult stars of the 1990s.
Ho-stess’s PS– A #FullFrontalFlasback from lil’ ol’ me… 😉 Have a Happy Ho-rrorday weekend, Kinky Ho-mies!! 🙂 xoxoxo

A Smutmaster Review: Young, Wild and Wonderful (1980)

(And now for something a lil’ different…a full frontal review from Smutmaster Eric!! We know and love him from his frequent pictorials, but now we actually get to hear his thoughts on cl-ass-ic cinema. Thanks for bravely branching out this way, Smutmaster G. Looking forward to many more from ya!! 🙂 xoxo)

Directed by Jim Buckley (Debbie Does Dallas), Young, Wild & Wonderful is a funny X-rated comedy, that’s also a little educational. You’ll feel smarter after watching it! 😉

The adventure starts with a group of female high school students waiting for a bus to arrive that’s carrying a bunch of excited young men from another school. These horny young people then travel to the Museum of Natural History, where some of them screw and others just have sexual daydreams during a slide show/lecture on Paul Gauguin (1848-1903) and other renowned artists.

Shortly into the slide show, a raven-haired student (Arcadia Lake) has her first of two terrific sexual daydreams about the hard shaft of a staff member (Eric Edwards). In the first one, she is posing for a portrait that leads to the artist putting down his brush and running his hands over her canvas.


Another student (the lovely Merle Michaels) is off wandering through the museum on a quest to find a bathroom. She’s not having any luck with that, but does find the office of the curator. After talking for a little bit, she starts learning some useful things while face down, ass up, boning on his carpet. (The More You Know!)

In the 2nd daydream (Arcadia w/ Kandi Barbour) are Island natives (they’re not believable, but you won’t care) that help a shipwrecked sailor speed up his recovery in a bamboo hut.

There are other students that misbehave during this field trip, though not every sexual encounter is stroke-worthy. Being stuck in a museum for hours might be dull for some, but this movie is much more fun than a day spent staring at old paintings and statues that don’t have any arms.

Rating: Smiths, The 3.5 stars of

Black History Month: The Boobs and Dudes Edition

(Submitted by Smutmaster Eric…Thanks, Ho-miebot 5000! 🙂 xoxo)

Featuring: Halle Berry, Vanity, Carl Weathers, Bill Duke & Johnnie Keyes.

Also Appearing: Billy Bob Thornton, Craig T. Nelson & Marilyn Chambers.

Monster’s Ball (2001)

After a family tragedy, a racist prison guard reexamines his attitudes while falling in love with the African American wife of the last prisoner he executed.

Action Jackson (1988)

Vengence drives a tough Detroit cop to stay on the trail of a power hungry auto magnate who’s systematically eliminating his competition

Predator (1987)

A team of commandos on a mission in a Central American jungle find themselves hunted by an extraterrestrial warrior.

52 Pick-Up (1986)

 A secret fling between a man and his mistress leads to blackmail and murder.

The Last Dragon (1985)

In New York City, a young man searches for the “master” to obtain the final level of martial arts mastery known as the glow.

 Behind the Green Door (1972)

A beautiful woman is abducted and initiated into a live sex act on a private stage, participating in lesbianism, interracial sex and a public orgy.


Mechanical Emotion from Wild Animal (1984)

#WetWednesday: The Group Shower Edition, Part 2

(Submitted by my partner in Kinky Krime, Eric. Thanks for the #WetWednesday whack-iness, Smutmaster G!! 😉 xoxo)

Starship Troopers (1997)


Dina Meyer and some other girls shown naked or topless in a group shower scene, Dina entering the room partway through the scene and pulling her shirt off to reveal her breasts as she talks with one of the guys in the room. The other girls include Blake Lindsley (short red hair), Tami-Adrian George (curly black hair), and Brooke Morales (short straight black hair)

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Black Mama, White Mama (1972)


Pam Grier and Margaret Markov seen in a group prison shower with a number of other naked girls, Pam and Margaret both showing bare breasts as they shower next to each other while some of the other girls begin to fool around and spray each other with a hose

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The Slumber Party Massacre (1982)


Brinke Stevens starting off a group shower scene by dropping her towel and showing her bare butt. She then steps into the showers and stands beside Michelle Michaels to her left, and Debra De Liso to Michelle’s left. We see breasts from Brinke, then breasts and butt from Michelle, and finally a flash of both from Debra.

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#MammaryLaneMonday: The Florida Edition, Part 1.

Posting this on the road from my phone because it HAS to go up whilst it’s still Monday (our Kinky Integrity is at stake!! ;)), so ho-pefully it works out ok. I will be posting a tribute to Gene Wilder (:() when I’m back ho-me and snuggled up with my precious, precious laptop. Until that glorious moment, though, let’s just think happy thoughts with this jiggly jaunt down #MammaryLane…Big hugs and thanks to Smutmaster Eric for this one! 🙂 xoxo

Private Resort (1985)


Jack (Johnny Depp) and Ben (Rob Morrow) are buddies on the sexual prowl for beautiful, wealthy girls at a posh Miami resort where they are weekend guests. Also on the prowl is The Maestro (Hector Elizondo), a skilled jewel thief who is pursuing the diamond necklace of society woman Amanda Rawlings (Dody Goodman).

Featuring: Leslie Easterbrook, Hilary Shepard & Vickie Bensonimageimage image



Basket Case Madness!!!

(Today is a bit of a sicko day for me, so I figured I’d make the most of my down time in bed…hehe…by catching up on my Post Ho-sting duties here on Kinky Ho-rror. Lil’ did I know I was sitting on reviews of ALL 3 BASKET CASE movies, by none other than Mr. Goon-y Goon himself, Mr. Andrew Peters. Rather than posting them one at a time, I figured I’d go ahead and blow our BC load and get ’em all up at once…hehe, again. 😉 I LOVE these movies, and cannot rec them enough. Very eXXXcited to get The Goonmeister’s take on the series, though, so thanks very much for these, my super rad Ho-rror Ho-mie!! 🙂 xoxo)

BASKET CASE REVIEW (by Andrew Peters)

Frank Henenlotter is without a doubt one of the most overlooked directors out there and it’s a damn shame. He manages to stretch a small budget, making his films look much more expensive, has great creatures and good effects, interesting characters and very cool and somewhat subversive stories. If you watch any features about his films, he always sounds like he’s having fun and being creative and I think that shows up on the final product. There isn’t a Frank Henenlotter film I’ve seen that I haven’t liked.

So, let’s look back to his first full length directorial debut, Basket Case. Like with all Henenlotter films, the core concept is simple, but then he adds his own little demented, yet brilliant twist on it. This one in particular is about separated siamese twins seeking revenge, except one of the twins is a deformed lump of flesh with powerful hands and shark like teeth who communicates to his brother via telepathy. Oh and just to make it a little more weird, he’s carried around in a laundry basket. Even though it’s never addressed, do you think he goes to the bathroom in there or uses a toilet?


And that’s just what everyone’s always asking Duane Bradley, “What’s in the basket?” I’d like to ask Duane, “What’s with the haircut?” I know it’s the early ‘80s Duane, but that is some poofy hair. All joking aside, Duane is a protagonist (or antagonist if you really wanna look at it that way) I can get behind. He’s an upstate New York young man, which is where I was born and currently reside. He’s come to the Big Apple for the sights, the burgers and, most importantly, for revenge against the cruel doctors that separated him and his siamese twin brother, Belial. While Duane is your average, good looking young man who is also charming and friendly, Belial is basically just a large lump with two twisted arms strong enough to strangle an ox with a voice that sounds like disembodied screams. Aside from that, the two are spitting images of each other.

broslinsignAfter walking down the NYC streets full of Grindhouse theaters, hookers and drug dealers, they settle upon a hole in the wall, Hotel Broslin. As you would guess, it’s full of colorful characters, like the drunk guy who is looking to rip everyone off blind, the hotel manager who looks and acts a lot like what I suspect Mario from Super Mario Bros. would in real life and the friendly, um, hooker named Casey? The film isn’t 100% clear on her occupation, but given the company she is bringing around, you can make that assumption.

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After making friends and acquaintances with everyone, they immediately set out to find one of the doctors that separated them, Dr. Needleman, a man whose name instantly makes you think of a prick and you’d be right. He’s introduced to us by cramming a meatball sub into porn dad looking face, so right away you’re gonna hate this guy. Duane shows up to mess with the guy, telling him that he and Belial are going to get revenge and then heads back into the lobby and scores a date with the secretary, Sharon. Of course, Belial doesn’t take to kindly to his brother going out on the town with this woman, especially after being lied to, so Belial trashes their hotel room like a rockstar on PCP. Upon returning, you start to see Duane begin to break down and the toll being psychically connected to Belial and constantly being there for him, sacrificing having a personal life is doing to him. This is when you really start feeling for Duane and you understand why he’s barely holding it all together. Kevin Van Hentenryck is almost playing something of a dual personality role and he’s playing both the sympathetic guy that Duane could be and a psychotic brother hell bent on revenge, both in very touching ways.

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Who needs a drink? Duane does. After drinking himself silly with Casey, he tells her exactly what’s in the basket, which she finds funny at first until he starts divulging far too much information in a really sad moment, as he pours his heart and soul out and just wants someone to understand. The film then presents us with a flashback scene to what exactly happened when the twins were separated and it’s pretty heartbreaking, especially considering Belial is presumed dead after the operation and disposed of like you would a gallon of spilled milk. But the boys will have theirs, starting with their father who gets meets his demise by some sort of Joker-esque made wagon with knives, bats and a saw. So, how do they get away with it all? Turns out auntie was against the operation and thinks what they did was the right thing and takes the two under her watch. No therapy, just good ol’ fashioned encouragement.

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With only one doctor left, Belial is becoming suspicious that his brother is wanting to abandon him once he feels his obligation is filled and starts becoming and unpredictable, targeting Duane’s girlfriend, Sharon. Now, Henenlotter films aren’t known for having the most uplifting or optimistic endings, so prepare yourself to see some really fucked up shit. You have been warned.


Basket Case works on both a creepy horror movie and a comedy level. This isn’t a slapstick or raunchy kind of horror comedy, this is dark (you know, the best kind). All of the deaths and even some of the gore, like when a doctor is ripped in half (who knew Belial was that strong?) is played for some chuckles and the film succeeds at that and then you feel dirty for laughing at someone else having their face ripped off. These effects, by the way, don’t look cheap and with a low budget like this film had, that’s really saying something. Sure, you can see the mold lines on Belial, but with the context of the scenes, it’s easily passable and he’s such a lovable character. Speaking of characters, Frank Henenlotter also managed to make the biggest character of the film work for itself; NYC. That’s right, this is the down and dirty New York, before it was cleaned up. He makes it a point to show you all the neon lit streets filled with seedy porno theaters, sex shops and grindhouses. Hell, Duane even stays at a dirty hotel and these locations really add a dimension to the characters. For instance, whenever we see Sharon, she’s usually seen in a sterilized doctor’s office (except for Needleman, whose office has rusty and run down equipment) or against the more glamorous and extravagant side of New York. This adds a layer of fun filth to the film and its characters.


With a lesser writer and director, Basket Case would not have worked, but a talented, bizarre and unique artist like Frank Henenlotter manages to bring the oddest, most ridiculous of creatures and a sleazy city to life and likable. Both Duane and Belial are sympathetic, yet hateable for their crimes. It’s a well made film and for the resources he had, Henenlotter made one of the darkest, sickest and funniest horror films and yet sadly it’s still overlooked today.


#WetWednesday: The Underwater Edition, Part 1

(Big, wet hugs to Smutmaster Eric for providing this very refreshing Happy Hump Day post. 😉 xoxo)

Featuring: Ariel, Helen Mirren, & Daryl Hannah.


Age of Consent (1969)


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Splash (1984)

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Ho-stess’s PS– In case I forgot to mention this in a News Bleed somewhere, Channing Tatum has been cast in the Splash remake


I approve of this. 😉

Ho-stess’s PPS- You know I had to… 😉 xoxo



#MammaryLaneMonday: The Sexy Sci-Fi Edition, Part 1

(Ho-wdy, Kinky Ho-mies! Ho-pe your week has started off with a bang… 😉 Here’s a lovely lil’ lot o’ pics put together by Eric to help inspire you. Thanks for the science, Smutmaster G! 😉 xoxo)

Starship Eros (1980)


Set in 1995. Commander Venus and her all-female crew on board the Starship Eros get it on with each other when they aren’t taking advantage of the virile services of their male robot servant Quasar.

Featuring: Lily Rogers, Becky Savage, Beth Evans, Quasar (Mike Ranger) and 2 more.

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(Ho-stess’s Note: This looks freaking amazing!!!!! Tracking it down as we speak!! :))

Barbarella (1968)


In the far future, a highly sexual woman is assigned with finding and stopping the evil Durand-Durand. Along the way, she encounters various unusual people.

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In the Mirror: The Reflections Edition, Part 3

(Submitted by America’s favorite Smutmaster, Eric…Thanks, Kinky Ho-miebot!! 🙂 xoxo)

Featuring: Nicole Kidman, Margot Kidder & Ali MacGraw.

Eyes Wide Shut (1999)


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The Amityville Horror (1979)

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Just Tell Me What You Want (1980)

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Ho-stess’s PS– Some #WonderWomanWednesday Mirror Magic. 😉 xoxo




(Snapped a few days ago…Dark, I know, but still seemed appropriate. :))

Ho-stess’s PPS– I felt bad about the crap lighting. Here’s another mirror athlete cam snap from this AM. #TeamBedHead!! 😉 xo


#MammaryLaneMonday: The 1981 Edition, Part 1

(Happy Monday, Kinky Ho-mies!! Let’s start the week off on an “up” note with this stroll down Mammary Lane, courtesy of Smutmaster Eric…Thanks for reminding us all of these cl-ass-ics!! 😉 xoxo)

Featuring: Elizabeth Berridge, Gisele Lindley, Julie Andrews, Lisa De Leeuw and more.

The Funhouse (Tobe Hooper…Such an awesome movie!!!! 🙂 -D.P.)


Four teenage friends spend the night in a carnival funhouse and are stalked by a deformed man in a Frankenstein mask.

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S.O.B. (Blake Edwards)


A movie producer who made a huge flop tries to salvage his career by revamping his film as an erotic production, where its family-friendly star takes her top off.

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Aunt Peg Goes Hollywood (Paul Vatelli)

auntpegWith an emphasis on anal sex, director Jeff Howard and cinematographer Kevin Jaye deliver more than they bargained for trying to get work in Aunt Peg’s productions. Aunt Peg’s buxom secretary Annie even involves the projectionist.

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A rough and tough macho truck driver decides to make his soft son more of a man by taking him hunting. They go on a holiday and go to a honky-tonk bar where the younger man falls in love with a burned out waitress.

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Heavy Metal (Gerald Potterton)


A glowing orb terrorizes a young girl with a collection of stories of dark fantasy, eroticism and horror.

Girl (segment – Harry Canyon)


Gloria (segment – So Beautiful and So Dangerous)


Taarna (segment – Taarna)