Italian filmmaker Tinto Brass’ artsy soft-porn classic The Key arrives uncensored on Blu-ray for UK connoisseurs, but those looking for pristine HD need to look elsewhere.
Paul Bartels takes dead aim at the subculture of sex-seeking swingers in Eating Raoul. Nicely resurrected by The Criterion Collection, this film is campy yet enjoyable, but may not appeal to those who are put off by softcore porn.
There are only a couple of reasons why you’d want to pick up Chesty Morgan’s Bosom Buddies on Blu-ray…
BFI’s Flipside series brings horror director Andy Milligan’s long lost early art house film Nightbirds to home video fully restored for the first time.
The BFI unearths another forgotten Swinging Sixties exploitation flick with this Dual Format edition of Her Private Hell.
This throwback to the grindhouse days of the 60s and 70s may find an audience in fans of exploitation flicks and has a good chance of becoming a cult classic, but everyone else may want to steer clear.
What’s it all about…Joanna? It’s the swinging sixties in this little, non-sequential look at the Mod life from Michael Sarne.
This swinging sixties coming of age classic doesn’t look so great, but the heavy dose of extras and uncensored version make it worth picking up.
The BFI rescue another forgotten film from the archives for their Flipside series with this dark and disturbing Swinging London title by director Guy Hamilton.