Captive Women

Captive Women is a 1952 American black-and-white post-apocalyptic science-fiction film. It stars Robert Clarke and Margaret Field. In the United Kingdom the film is known as 3000 A.D., the film’s original title.Read more via Wikipedia Continue reading Captive Women

Human Pony Girl

“Riding the Human Pony Girl”, a film loop by Irving Klaw from the 1950s. One of the earliest examples of pony play fetishism on film. Includes fancy bondage, some light spanking, and girl-on-girl pony riding. Half way in the two mistresses have to stop and change the slave’s arm position. One wonders if this was intentional or a mistake in planning. Note the elaborate leather … Continue reading Human Pony Girl

The Defilers

Key early scene from the classic grindhouse roughie “The Defilers” (1965). In contrast to the crude, amateurish New York sexploitation films (see “Olga’s House of Shame” clips), this is the first Hollywood roughie with a developed storyline, characters, and slick production (despite a budget of only $11,000). In other words, a low-budget film that doesn’t look cheap. This also appears to be the first movie … Continue reading The Defilers

Madam Satan

Madam Satan or Madame Satan is a 1930 American pre-Code musical comedy film produced and directed by Cecil B. DeMille, starring Kay Johnson, Reginald Denny, Lillian Roth, and Roland Young Madam Satan has been called one of the oddest films DeMille made and certainly one of the oddest MGM made during Hollywood’s “golden age”. Thematically, this marked an attempt by DeMille to return to the boudoir comedies genre that had brought him financial success about 10 years earlier. Continue reading Madam Satan