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October 9, 2005

Schlockcast: Seduction of Misty Mundae

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Misty Mundae is the most popular B-siren of today's sinema scene. But what if she's, like, so over it? What if the sapphic flower child's zipped up her hip huggers for good? Tongue rassled Darian Caine for the last time!?! Does Seduction Cinema's Mike Raso panic? Heavens no, the latter-day exploiteer simply throws open the vaults and dusts off his years-old, unreleased directorial debut The Seduction of Misty Mundae.

In this schlockcast, yours truly ogles Mike's lusty love note to '70s erotica along with four more randier cuts of Ms. Mundae's most molten oldies now being showcased as her Euro-Vixen Collection. Tangentially, how interesting that, 33 years later, Mr. Raso's studio has nearly single-handedly resurrected a genre completely uprooted by the Triple-X cultural climax joyfully chronicled in Inside Deep Throat?

While it's easy to love Bruce Campbell, his much ballyhoo'd Man with the Screaming Brain is far, far -- Bulgaria far -- from a scream. In fact, CineSchlockers will likely prefer his hamming in Alien Apocalypse, which unlike Screaming Brain, the B-idol neither wrote nor directed. Meanwhile, the slapstick shocks in Dead & Breakfast owe mucho to Mr. Campbell's Evil Dead pictures, but never quite pay off despite the best efforts of next-gen genre stars Ever Caradine and Oz Perkins.

CineSchlock-O-Rama's Most Wanted stands down, sadly, from its Red Sequin Alert as Liberace: Behind the Music -- the competing movie o' the week -- has debuted instead of Andy Robinson's 1988 delight. Blue Underground cracks the coffin on all four Blind Dead pictures as only they can. CineSchlocker idol Jim Wynorski returns with his Halloween hooter fest The Witches of Breastwick. (Bonus alert: Don't miss Glori-Anne Gilbert's eye-popping romp atop a washing machine in Vampire Callgirls!)

Finally, a glowering glance at Horror Business, a frightfully dismal doc traveling the festival circuit, though not yet available on DVD. Listen using the handy Online DVD Talk Radio Player or download the complete schlockcast (32 mins, 18 mb).


- Misty Mundae interview
- Misty and the leering press
- Podcast: Harry Reems interview (13 min, 9 mb)
- Profoundly Disturbing: Shocking Movies that Changed History
- Profoundly Erotic: Sexy Movies that Changed History
- Podcast: Bruce Campbell interview (20 min, 14 mb)
- Spiders

Posted by G. Noel Gross at October 9, 2005 5:11 PM

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