Tagged: Boobies!

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VIDEO: Zombie Strippers! (2008)

It had to happen eventually, right? Ursa and the Porn Critic team up (in person!!) to review Zombie Strippers!, starring Jenna Jameson and Robert Englund, where undead boobs meet existentialism, George W. Bush jokes, and contempt for the audience! Wait, what?

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VIDEO: Star Ballz (2001)

Not only does it reference Sailor Moon, Dragon Ball Z, Star Wars, and literally every movie ever made, but it also got the attention of George Lucas, who (unsuccessfully) filed a federal lawsuit against the makers of this movie. The Porn Critic checks it out to see if there’s any chance in hell he might confuse it with the real Star Wars.

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VIDEO: Italian Stallion (1970)

It’s the infamous softcore porno starring Sylvester Stallone that was re-released when he hit it big with Rocky. A New York City couple have sex, engage in light S&M, then invite some of their friends over for an orgy. The end. Features a special guest appearance by our own Cheap-Arse Film Critic!

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VIDEO: Busty Cops 2 (2006)

MikeJ helps the Porn Critic review Busty Cops 2! Will it answer all the unanswered questions from the first Busty Cops? We don’t know, but the talking llama is back, and this time there’s a CGI whale! Also in this episode: special cameos from Welshy, Film Brain, and the entire Agony Booth crew!”

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VIDEO: Avengers XXX: A Porn Parody (2012)

What better way to start off a new show than with Vivid’s porn parody of the biggest film of the summer? Starring Dale DaBone as Iron Man, Brooklyn Lee as the Black Widow, ex-wrestler Chyna as She-Hulk, and many others, this is a movie that strangely enough includes way more Marvel characters than the actual Avengers movie.

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VIDEO: American Virgin (2009)

A college student makes a vow of abstinence, and yet still falls prey to a porn producer (Rob Schneider) who plans to put her in his Girls Gone Wild-esque video. Watch as a bunch of no-name actors (including Schneider’s daughter, maybe?) go on a road trip to get the incriminating footage back.

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VIDEO: DOA: Dead or Alive (2006)

Based on the video game of the same name, it’s a film with a risky concept: Gather four hot women (Holly Valance, Devon Aoki, Sarah Carter, Jaime Pressly), put them in as little clothes as possible, and have them fight each other! Luckily for Cecil, the concept works, making for one of the best video game adaptations ever.

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The Stewardesses 3-D (1969) (part 4 of 4)

“Don’t dismiss it as ‘just a sex movie’. This historically significant film helped usher in the flight attendant as an iconic figure in pop culture. It rode the wave of the cresting sexual revolution. It serves as a chronicle of the advancement of women in the workforce. And yes, I suppose, there is that small matter of it being the first 3-D porn film in history. ”

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The Stewardesses 3-D (1969) (part 3 of 4)

“Don’t dismiss it as ‘just a sex movie’. This historically significant film helped usher in the flight attendant as an iconic figure in pop culture. It rode the wave of the cresting sexual revolution. It serves as a chronicle of the advancement of women in the workforce. And yes, I suppose, there is that small matter of it being the first 3-D porn film in history. ”

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The Stewardesses 3-D (1969) (part 2 of 4)

“Don’t dismiss it as ‘just a sex movie’. This historically significant film helped usher in the flight attendant as an iconic figure in pop culture. It rode the wave of the cresting sexual revolution. It serves as a chronicle of the advancement of women in the workforce. And yes, I suppose, there is that small matter of it being the first 3-D porn film in history. ”

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The Stewardesses 3-D (1969) (part 1 of 4)

“Don’t dismiss it as ‘just a sex movie’. This historically significant film helped usher in the flight attendant as an iconic figure in pop culture. It rode the wave of the cresting sexual revolution. It serves as a chronicle of the advancement of women in the workforce. And yes, I suppose, there is that small matter of it being the first 3-D porn film in history. ”