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1 p.m.:
A revolutionary hodgepodge from D.A. Pennebaker and Jean-Luc Godard.

80 Steps to Jonah:
Kindly fugitive Wayne Newton befriends blind kids in a hideously-wholesale dud.

Accion Mutante:
Feature debut of director Alex de la Iglesia.

Adrenaline:
A bizarre French anthology.

Alabama's Ghost:
Low-budget horror craziness from director Fredric Hobbs.

Alexander the Great:
Starring William Shatner, Adam West and John Cassavetes.

All the King's Horses:
Christian anti-divorce diatribe starring Dee Wallace and Grant Goodeve.

Alternative 3:
A British sci-fi-paranoia faux-documentary.

An American Dream:
Stuart Whitman stars in an overripe Norman Mailer adaptation.

The American Dreamer:
Early-'70s profile of a brain-fried Dennis Hopper.

Angel Number 9:
Director Roberta Findlay's gender-swap porno.

Animal Attraction:
Welcome to the Casa de Hee Haw!

Another Nice Mess:
Rich Little and Herb Voland star in Bob Einstein's flaccid White House comedy.

Another State of Mind:
The classic punk documentary with Social Distortion.

Aphrodisiac:
Hippie-era sexploitation about the sensual joys of marijuana!

The Apple:
Hilariously awful, sci-fi/disco fiasco, courtesy of Golan-Globus!

Arthur? Arthur!:
Donald Pleasence in a British comedy about milquetoasts, marriage and murder.

Bad Boy Bubby:
Rolf de Heer's brutal, demented drama.

Bad Girls Dormitory:
Director Tim Kincaid's babes-behind-bars cheapie.

The Beast of Budapest:
1956 Hungarian Uprising B-movie, featuring John Hoyt and Joe Turkel.

The Beat Generation:
Mamie Van Doren in producer Albert Zugsmith's '50s-youth-culture exposé.

The Bed Sitting Room:
Richard Lester's surreal, all-star, apocalyptic comedy.

Believe in Me:
Jacqueline Bisset and Michael Sarrazin in an amphetamine-addict romance.

Best Revenge:
Drug smuggling drama starring John Heard and Stephen McHattie.

Between Time And Timbuktu: A Space Fantasy:
William Hickey stars in Kurt Vonnegut Jr.'s PBS sci-fi.

Beyond the Doors:
The 'truth' behind the deaths of Janis, Jimi and The Lizard King!

The Big Cube:
See Lana Turner freak out on LSD!

Black and White Like Day and Night:
Wolfgang Peterson's German psychodrama starring Bruno Ganz.

Black Devil Doll From Hell:
Ugly, ventriloquest-dummy blaxploitation-horror cheapie.

Blackeyes:
Dennis Potter's notorious mini-series, starring Michael Gough and Gina Bellman.

Black Gunn:
It's Jim Brown versus the mob!

Black on White [a.k.a. Attraction] and L'Urlo [The Howl]:
A trippy, sexy double bill from director Tinto Brass.

Blast of Silence:
Allen Baron's incredible blast of film noir nuttiness.

Blue Blood:
Oliver Reed, Derek Jacobi and Fiona Lewis star in a freaky British psycho-sexual drama.

Bonjour Monsieur Lewis:
The epic-length Jerry Lewis bio/tribute (no surprise, from France).

The Boy Who Drank Too Much and Stoned:
Anti-drug propaganda duet starring Scott Baio.

Brainwash:
Yvette Mimieux in a disturbing, fact-based story of corporate conditioning.

Brother Theodore Speaks:
A filmed performance of Brother Theodore's deranged stage-show.

Bye Bye Monkey:
Directed by Marco Ferreri, and starring Gerard Depardieu.

Cage Without a Key:
Susan Dey ditches The Partridge Family for prison in this TV melodrama.

Can Heironymus Merkin Ever Forget Mercy Humpee and Find True Happiness?:
Starring Anthony Newley.

Candy:
With Marlon Brando, Richard Burton, Ringo Starr, and other equally embarrassed stars.

Catch My Soul:
Patrick McGoohan's cult rock-musical starring Richie Havens and Season Hubley.

The Challenge:
Darren McGavin, Sam Elliott and Mako in a sci-fi made-for-TV movie.

Change of Mind:
Raymond St. Jacques in a brain-transplant, race-relations melodrama.

The Charles Bukowski Tapes:
Epic documentary by Barbet Schroeder.

Charles Manson Superstar:
Nikolas Schreck's portrait of 'still crazy after all these years' Charlie.

Charlotte:
Erotic nonsense from director Roger Vadim.

Chastity:
Drive-in outing starring Cher and produced by Sonny Bono.

Chesty Anderson, U.S. Navy:
Starring Shari Eubank, Rosanne Katon and Timothy Carey.

Combat Shock:
Buddy Giovinazzo's mindroasting vision of urban despair and mutant babies.

Coming Apart:
An outrageous arthouse psychodrama starring Rip Torn.

The Cool World:
Shirley Clarke's gritty, New York City street gang drama.

Copacabana:
Starring the hemorrhage-inducing Barry Manilow.

Cover Me Babe:
Starring Robert Forster and Sam Waterston.

Cracking Up:
Matt Mitler directs and stars as an abrasive, self-destructive, NYC comedian.

Cracking Up:
Hit-and-miss '70s skit comedy with Harry Shearer and Michael McKean.

The Crazy Family:
Family dysfunction reaches surreal heights, directed by Sogo Ishii.

The Cross and the Switchblade:
Pushy country preacher Pat Boone brings Jesus to the New York City ghetto.

A Cry in the Night:
Teenage Natalie Wood is kidnapped by brutish deviant Raymond Burr.

The Cube:
Jim Henson's surreal, ahead-of-its-time TV-experiment.

Cyborg 2087:
Michael Rennie stars in a cut-rate time-travel adventure.

Dad... Can I Borrow the Car?:
Disney's tripped-out vision of American car culture and the teenage driving experience.

Daisies:
Czech arthouse dementia directed by Vera Chytilova.

Danger: Diabolik:
Mario Bava's trippy, high camp caper, starring John Philip Law.

Dark Intruder:
A Lovecraftian tale starring Leslie Nielsen.

Special Screenplay Review!
The Day the Clown Cried:
Jerry Lewis' infamous WWII concentration camp misfire.

The Day the Fish Came Out:
A nuclear stinker starring Tom Courtenay and Candice Bergen.

The Deadly Art of Survival:
Charlie Ahearn's Lower East Side martial arts craziness.

Death Game [a.k.a. The Seducers]:
Sultry psychodrama starring Sondra Locke and Colleen Camp.

Death in Small Doses:
Peter Graves and Chuck Connors in a truckers-on-speed melodrama.

Deathwatch:
Leonard Nimoy in director Vic Morrow's Jean Genet adaptation.

Deep End:
Jane Asher stars in Jerzy Skolimowski's unsettling psychodrama.

Delinquent Schoolgirls:
Escaped sexial deviants invade a girls' school!

Demon Lover Diary:
A hilarious documentary about the making of a pathetic, low-budget horror film.

De Sade:
Keir Dullea stars as the kinky Marquis.

The Diadem and Mini-Killers:
Diana Rigg stars in a pair of unfathomably bizarre low-budget featurettes.

Diary of a Teenage Hitchhiker:
Charlene Tilton goes thumb-tripping in this made-for-TV cautionary tale.

Dionysus in 69:
Early Brian De Palma feature, with William Finley.

Dirty Little Billy:
Michael J. Pollard as Old West sociopath Billy the Kid.

Dirty Weekend:
Michael Winner revenge thriller with Rufus Sewell.

Door to Door Maniac:
Starring Johnny Cash as a Killer Psycho.

Dorothea's Revenge:
A young girl's bizarre exploration of deviant sexuality from director Peter Fleischman.

The Dream Makers:
James Franciscus stars in a record business rise-and-fall telefilm.

Drive:
David Warner and Steve Antin take to the road in this inventive indie oddity.

Drive, He Said:
Bruce Dern in Jack Nicholson's directorial debut.

The Drug Knot:
Anti-drug diatribe featuring the insufferable David Toma.

Dusty and Sweets McGee:
Director Floyd Mutrux's '70s drug classic.

Dutchman:
Al Freeman, Jr. and Shirley Knight in Amiri Baraka's provocative play.

Ecstatic Stigmatic:
Underground gem starring Mirielle Cervenka.

The End of the Game:
Obscure Greek psychodrama.

Energy!!! The Movie:
Unreleased feature starring Timothy Leary.

Entertainment Station:
An Egyptian musical-comedy.

The Ernie Game and Mahoney's Last Stand:
Alexis Kanner plays a pair of eccentric, anti-social misfits.

Evening Primrose:
Anthony Perkins sings in Stephen Sondheim's creepy musical.

Every Little Crook and Nanny:
A gangstar-comedy starring Victor Mature and Lynn Redgrave.

Everything's Ducky:
Mickey Rooney and Buddy Hackett in a talking-duck military-comedy.

Extreme Private Eros: Love Song 1974:
Director Kazuo Hara's emotionally scalding documentary.

The Failing of Raymond:
Made-for-TV movie starring Dean Stockwell as a nutjob with a grudge.

Fallen Angels:
Gregory Dark's gritty look into the '80s adult-film biz.

Fando and Lis:
Directed by Alejandro Jodorowsky.

A Fan's Notes:
Jerry Orbach in a botched adaptation of Frederick Exley's acclaimed novel.

Farewell Uncle Tom:
A jaw-dropper from the makers of MONDO CANE!

Fast Company:
William Smith and Claudia Jennings in a racing drama by David Cronenberg.

Fat Guy Goes Nutzoid:
Troma-nure.

Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas:
Hunter S. Thompson's drug-drenched road trip.

Felidae:
A violent, hard-boiled mystery from Germany -- starring animated cats!

Fermate Il Mondo... Voglio Scendere!:
Surreal Italian comedy starring Lando Buzzanca and Barbara Steele.

Fever Heat:
Nick Adams stars in Russell S. Doughton, Jr.'s dirt-track-racing melodrama.

Figures in a Landscape:
Robert Shaw and Malcolm McDowell in a thriller by director Joseph Losey.

Flareup:
Exotic dancer Raquel Welch is stalked by murderous Luke Askew.

Fol-de-Rol:
Mickey Rooney in Sid & Marty Krofft's prime-time musical-comedy-fantasy misfire.

For Pete's Sake!:
Robert Sampson and Pippa Scott star in Billy Graham's '60s Christploitation classic.

Forty Deuce:
Director Paul Morrissey's Times Square sleaze-fest, starring Kevin Bacon.

Freaked:
A mutant comedy from Alex Winter & Tom Stern.

Free Grass:
Psychedelic exploitation starring Russ Tamblyn and Richard Beymer.

Fudoh: The New Generations:
Takashi Miike's twisted tale of school-kid assassins.

Get High On Yourself and Shattered... If Your Kid's On Drugs:
A double-dose of '80s all-star, anti-drug propaganda.

Get To Know Your Rabbit:
Early Brian De Palma comedy starring Tom Smothers and John Astin.

Glen and Randa:
Hippie-age sci-fi, directed by Joseph McBride.

Go Ask Alice:
William Shatner & Andy Griffith in the '70s teen-drug drama.

The Godmothers:
Mickey Rooney in William Grefe's wretched mobster-comedy.

Golden Balls [Huevos de Oro]:
Javier Bardem stars in Bigas Luna's steamy social satire.

The Gong Show Movie:
Bizarre spin-off of the hit TV-show, starring and directed by Chuck Barris.

Go To Hell!!:
A hilariously scathing animated Biblical/sci-fi/comedy from Australia.

Grandpa Chillie Challa [A Varázsló] and The Magic of the Kite:
A pair of fanciful children's oddities spanning Hungary, France and China.

Graveyard of Honor:
Kinji Fukasaku's explosive gangland epic.

The Gravy Train [a.k.a. The Dion Brothers]:
Starring Stacy Keach and Frederic Forrest.

Gringo:
John Spacely's rancid slice of NYC junkie life, courtesy of director Lech Kowalski.

Guess What We Learned in School Today?:
Director John G. Avildsen's early, satirical sex-comedy.

Gums:
Brother Theodore and Terri Hall in a pornographic JAWS parody.

Habit:
Larry Fessenden's East Village vampire gem.

Hallucination Generation:
Run for your lives!! The drug fiends are coming!!

Hard To Be a God:
Peter Fleischmann's epic, sci-fi/fantasy historical-adventure.

The Harem Bunch; or War and Piece:
A bizarre, Arab-Israeli softcore sex-comedy featuring Monica Gayle.

The Harlem Globetrotters on Gilligan's Island:
Gilligan, the Skipper, The Globetrotters, Martin Landau, basketball-playing robots, and plenty of pain.

The Harvest:
Starring Miguel Ferrer.

Head:
My all-time cult favorite, co-written by Jack Nicholson and starring The Monkees!

He Restoreth My Soul:
Merrill Womach's teeth-grinding, 'inspirational' portrait.

High School Narc:
1985 AfterSchool Special with Michael Knight, Nancy Travis, Greg Germann, and Viggo Mortensen.

The Hitchhikers:
Ferd & Beverly Sebastian drive-in drivel starring Misty Rowe.

Hochelaga:
A gritty portrait of modern-day Canadian motorcycle gangs.

Honky:
Brenda Sykes stars in a groovy, interracial, drug-fueled love-story/road-movie.

Les Hordes:
French sci-fi mini-series embracing politics, crime, the media, plus one bad-ass cop.

Hot Tomorrows:
Victor Argo, Ray Sharkey and Herve Villechaize in Martin Brest's feature debut.

How Come Nobody's On Our Side?:
Starring Adam Roarke and Larry Bishop.

How Did You Get in? We Didn't See You Leave:
Jerry Lewis stars in this French-lensed disaster.

How To Succeed With Sex:
Director Bert I. Gordon's raunchy, misguided, X-rated sex-comedy.

Human Highway:
Nuclear comedy with Neil Young, Dennis Hopper and Devo.

I Bought a Vampire Motorcycle:
UK horror-comedy starring Neil Morrissey.

Ice:
Director Robert Kramer's subversive 16mm mosiac of armed urban rebellion.

Les Idoles:
Pierre Clementi and Bulle Ogier in a French musical-satire of pop idol superstardom.

Inchon:
Laurence Oliver, Jacqueline Bisset and David Janssen in Sun Myung Moon's infamous Korean War fiasco.

The Incredible Professor Zovek:
René Cardona Sr.'s deranged mix of madmen, monsters and a Mexican superhero.

International Guerillas:
A Salman Rushdie-loathing, Pakistani action-comedy-musical.

In the Beach House [Casotto]:
Jodie Foster in a strange and sexy Italian seaside comedy.

I Saw Jesus Die:
A Danish dose of Biblical porn! Yes, it's a triple-X Jesus Christ flick!

Island of Death:
Directed by Niko Mastorakis.

I Start Counting:
Psychological thriller starring teenaged Jenny Agutter.

It Happened In Hollywood:
Screw Magazine's 35mm porno epic.

It's A Bird, It's A Plane, It's Superman:
Superhero-musical with Lesley Ann Warren, Loretta Swit and Kenneth Mars.

I Want To Go Home:
Adolph Green and Gerard Depardieu star in Alain Resnais' numbing fiasco.

Je T'Aime, Je T'Aime:
Director Alain Resnais' dazzling time-travel puzzle.

Joe Pyne:
Highlights from '60s-television's most acerbic, right-wing talk-show host.

Johnny Cool:
A gritty Mob romp starring Henry Silva and Elizabeth Montgomery.

Kid Blue:
Counterculture western comedy starring Dennis Hopper, Peter Boyle and Warren Oates.

The Killing Kind:
Directed by Curtis Harrington, and starring John Savage.

Kings and Desperate Men:
Canadian thriller starring Patrick McGoohan and Alexis Kanner.

Kitten With a Whip:
'Bad Girl' gem starring Ann-Margret.

Kona Coast:
Richard Boone searches for a psycho in Hawaii.

The Kremlin Letter:
Patrick O'Neal and Richard Boone in John Huston's Cold War spy drama.

Ladies And Gentlemen, The Fabulous Stains:
Diane Lane, Laura Dern and Ray Winstone in the cult teen-punk-band saga.

Lady Poison:
Japanese sexploitation and murder.

A Last Cry for Help:
Linda Purl stars in a made-for-TV tale of teen depression and suicide.

The Last Days of Planet Earth:
Nostradamus meets Toho!

Last Frankenstein:
Japanese mindfuck from director Takeshi Kawamura.

The Last Run:
George C. Scott and Tony Musante star in a hardboiled, high-octane Euro-noir.

Light Years Away:
Alain Tanner's haunting drama starring Trevor Howard and Mick Ford.

The Liquidator:
A James Bond super-spy parody starring Rod Taylor as a reluctant assassin.

Lisa, Bright and Dark:
Made-for-TV teen mental illness melodrama starring Kay Lenz and John Forsythe.

Lizzie:
Hugo Haas' multiple-personality potboiler starring Eleanor Parker and Richard Boone.

The Long Island Cannibal Massacre:
Another Nathan Schiff no-budget epic.

The Long Island Four:
Lance Loud and Klaus Nomi in the Nazi-saboteur underground epic.

Lovedolls Superstar:
David Markey's underground music-stardom satire.

Love God:
Will Keenan stars in Frank Grow's surreal monster-comedy-romance.

LSD: Flesh of the Devil:
Eurotrash spy hijinx starring Guy Madison.

Macunaima:
Off-the-wall Brazilian surrealism.

Maidstone:
Director Norman Mailer's experimental mix of politics, sex and celebrity.

The Maltese Bippy:
Rowan & Martin theatrical dopiness.

The Manipulator [a.k.a. B.J. Lang Presents]:
A surreal concoction starring Mickey Rooney and Luana Anders.

Maryjane:
Marijuana once again turns good kids into addicts!

Mary's Incredible Dream:
Mary Tyler Moore's hilariously-misguided, made-for-TV musical-extravaganza.

Meet the Hollowheads:
Sci-fi silliness starring John Glover and Juliette Lewis.

The Milky Life:
Mickey Rooney straps on a diaper!

Mister Freedom:
Bizarre political satire from director William Klein.

Mr. India:
An epic, super-hero musical by Shekhar Kapur (Elizabeth).

Monaco Forever:
With Jean-Claude Van Damme as "Gay Karate Guy."

Mondo Candido:
A sexual-psychedelic vision from directors Gualtiero Jacopetti & Franco Prosperi.

The Monitors:
Guy Stockwell and Susan Oliver in a messy, Chicago-lensed sci-fi/satire.

The Moonshine War:
Patrick McGoohan and Alan Alda in Elmore Leonard's Prohibition-era hillbilly drama.

The Moving Finger:
Barry Newman and Lionel Stander in a Beatnik crime-drama.

Murder a la Mod:
William Finley in Brian De Palma's avant-garde feature debut.

The Murder of Fred Hampton:
A powerful Black Panther documentary.

Mustang: The House That Joe Built:
A '70s visit to Nevada's infamous Mustang Ranch.

My Best Friend's Birthday:
Quentin Tarantino's first, unfinished film.

The Naked Ape:
Victoria Principal in a misguided adaptation of Desmond Morris' '70s bestseller.

Nekromantik:
Directed by that sicko Jorg Buttgereit.

Nick Zedd: Steal This Video:
Shit. Pure shit.

Nico: An Underground Experience:
A 1983 concert video.

Night Flowers:
Gabriel Walsh in a New Jersey Vietnam-vet psychodrama.

The Night of a Thousand Cats:
Hugo Stiglitz and his killer kittens.

Night of the Juggler:
James Brolin searches the sleaziest niches of NYC for his kidnapped daughter.

Night of the Lepus:
Stuart Whitman battles Giant Killer Bunnies on the rampage!

The Night That Dracula Saved The World:
Judd Hirsch stars in a 1979 Halloween TV-special.

Night Tide:
Dennis Hopper stars in Curtis Harrington's eerie horror outing.

No More Excuses:
Director Robert Downey Sr.'s loopy underground oddity.

Norwood:
Glen Campbell and Joe Namath in a mind-numbingly misguided road movie.

No Secrets:
Excruciatingly-inept espionage comedy with Oliver Reed and Peter Cushing.

Nothing Lasts Forever:
Tom Schiller's surreal fantasy-comedy-romance, with Bill Murray.

No Way Home:
Tim Roth and James Russo star in Buddy Giovinazzo's gritty drama.

Of Freaks and Men:
Alexei Balabanov's brilliantly strange and fetishistic Russian period-drama.

O.K.:
Michael Verhoeven's raw and controversial vision of a Vietnam War rape and murder.

Old Faithful:
Yellowstone National Park TV-special featuring Zero Mostel and Joey Heatherton.

Once Upon a Girl...:
An X-rated cartoon loosely adapted from Mother Goose.

Once Upon a Spy:
Ted Danson saves the world from Christopher Lee in this sci-fi telefilm.

The Other Side of Madness [a.k.a. The Helter Skelter Murders]:
Early. gritty Charlie Manson-based tale.

Oversexed Rugsuckers From Mars:
'Nuff said.

Oz (a.k.a. 20th Century Oz):
A sexy, rock 'n' roll update of The Wizard of Oz from Australia.

Panama Red:
Obscure drug-smuggling drama from director Robert Chinn.

The Passover Plot:
Zalman King stars in this controversial interpretation of the life and death of Jesus.

The Paul Lynde Halloween Special:
With Paul Lynde, Tim Conway, Florence Henderson, and KISS!

The Phynx:
An astoundingly misguided rock 'n' roll, cameo-packed, espionage comedy.

Pick-Up:
Insanely-hallucinogenic hippie sexploitation.

Pin Gods:
An ultra-obscure documentary on pro-bowling.

Pinocchio in Outer Space:
With the vocal stylings of Arnold Stang!

Planet Wars [Os Trapalhões na Guerra dos Planetas]:
No-budget Star Wars comedy from South America.

A Pleasure Doing Business:
Prostitution-comedy with Conrad Bain, John Byner and Misty Rowe.

Pony Girl:
Early Traci Lords fetish-fest.

Possession:
Andrzej Zulawski psychodrama with Isabelle Adjani and Sam Neill.

Pow! Hard Sex! [a.k.a. Detonation! Violent Games!]:
Japanese biker dementia.

The Private Lives of Adam and Eve:
With Mamie Van Doren, Mickey Rooney and Tuesday Weld.

Private Parts:
Wonderfully kinky thriller directed by Paul Bartel.

Private Property:
Corey Allen and Warren Oates star in Leslie Stevens' controversial thriller.

Psychedelicsex Kicks and Wild Hippie Orgy:
A no-budget, hippie-era sexploitation double-bill.

Pull My Daisy:
Jack Kerouac's Beat Generation classic.

Pulsebeat:
Daniel Greene gets pumped up in a '80s health-club schlock-fest.

Red Light in the White House:
Karin Mary Shea in Paul Leder's tale of government sex and corruption.

Renaldo and Clara:
Bob Dylan's 4-hour messterpiece.

The Restless Ones:
Christploitation classic with Kim Darby and Billy Graham.

Revolution:
It's hippie-dippy documentary time. Groovy!

Rhinoceros:
Eugene Ionesco's surreal play, starring Gene Wilder, Zero Mostel and Karen Black.

Riot on 42nd St.:
Tim Kincaid's lovably-stupid grindhouse epic.

Riot on Sunset Strip:
Aldo Ray vs. those goddamn dirty hippies!

Ripa Hits the Skids:
Christian Lindblad's Finnish, slice-of-(low)life.

The Rise and Rise of Michael Rimmer:
A savage political satire starring Peter Cook.

Rock: It's Your Decision:
Christian propaganda about the evils of rock music.

Roger Corman's Frankenstein Unbound:
Starring John Hurt and Raul Julia.

Romp!!:
A groovy 1968 TV-special with Ryan O'Neal, Jimmy Durante, Barbara Eden, and Cream.

The Rubber Gun:
Allan Moyle's experimental feature about drug-dealing Canadian junkies.

The Sandman:
Another steaming pile from J.R. Bookwalter.

Sandra, The Making of a Woman:
Gary Graver sexploition starring Monica Gayle.

Satan Hates You:
James Felix McKenney's hilariously-hellbent, Chick Publication-inspired horror tale.

Satan's Children:
A troubled teen falls prey to Satanism in this demented, Florida-lensed outing.

Savages:
Andy Griffith and Sam Bottoms battle in a desert-survival made-for-TV movie.

Scream of Stone:
Werner Herzog's mountain-climbing drama with Donald Sutherland and Brad Dourif.

Scream of the Butterfly:
Sexy golddigger drama.

Screaming Mimi:
Starring Anita Ekberg.

The Sea That Thinks:
A surreal mindblower from director Gert de Graaff.

The Secret Life of Plants:
Half-baked pseudo-science plant-documentary, with music by Stevie Wonder.

The Secret Night Caller:
Robert Reed stars as an obscene phone-caller in this controversial TV-movie.

Self Defense:
Tom Nardini defends his home from murderous, right-wing miscreants.

Sex in the Comics:
A raunchy, hilariously misguided, live-action tribute to Tijuana Bibles.

Sex Kittens Go To College:
Albert Zugsmith dreck with Mamie Van Doren and Tuesday Weld.

Sextette:
Misguided mess starring the painfully decrepit Mae West.

Shadows in the City:
Craig Smith stars in Ari Roussimoff's underground DIY epic.

Shelf Life:
Bomb shelter cult-comedy directed by Paul Bartel, with Jim Turner and O-Lan Jones.

Side By Side:
Terry-Thomas in Bruce Beresford's bizarre British musical-comedy.

The Single Girls:
Claudia Jennings in Ferd & Beverly Sebastian's sex-'n'-slasher romp.

Sixteen:
Simone Griffeth goes rural in this '70s hickploitation romp.

Skidoo:
Jackie Gleason and Carol Channing in Otto Preminger's gangsters-'n'-LSD comedy.

Skip Tracer [a.k.a. Deadly Business]:
Twisted Canadian debt collector drama.

Slaves of Love:
Bizarre sex-flick from director Charles Nizet.

Small Kill:
Starring Gary Burghoff and Jason Miller.

Solaris:
Directed by Andrei Tarkovsky.

Sonic Boom:
Disaster-movie-satire short with Jonathan Winters, George Kennedy and Mark Harmon.

Son of Hitler:
A misguided comedy starring Bud Cort and Peter Cushing.

Spider Baby, Or The Maddest Story Ever Told:
Jack Hill's masterpiece, starring Sid Haig!

The Spirit of '76:
Time travel cult-comedy starring David Cassidy.

The Squeeze:
Michael Apted crime-thriller starring Stacy Keach.

Stardust:
David Essex, Adam Faith and Keith Moon star in Michael Apted's rock 'n' roll drama.

Steambath:
Bill Bixby and Valerie Perrine in Bruce Jay Friedman's surreal stageplay.

Stone Cold:
'90s bikerama starring Lance Henriksen and "The Boz."

The Stoolie:
Comedian Jackie Mason takes a misguided dramatic turn.

Stop Calling Me Baby!:
Jodie Foster stars in a French jailbait-drama.

The Story of Mankind:
Irwin Allen's all-star historical misfire, starring Vincent Price.

A Stranger in My Forest:
Mark IV Christsploitation-melodrama about a boy and his annoying pet bear.

Street of Dreams:
Martin Sharp's documentary on the life of singer Tiny Tim.

The Subterraneans:
Atrocious Kerouac adaptation starring George Peppard.

Subway Riders:
Susan Tyrell and Robbie Coltrane in Amos Poe's underground feature.

Sugar Cookies:
Artsy, erotic, off-kilter psychodrama with Mary Woronov and Lynn Lowry.

Survival of Dana:
Melissa Sue Anderson, Robert Carradine and Judge Reinhold as TV-movie teen delinquents.

Sylvia:
A sordid '60s melodrama starring Carroll Baker and George Maharis.

Synanon:
'60s drug-drama starring Alex Cord, Stella Stevens and Chuck Connors.

Take Me Naked:
More grindhouse fun from Michael & Roberta Findlay.

Talk of the Town:
Jaye P. Morgan's uncensored Las Vegas talk-show fiasco.

Tarzun And The Valley Of Lust and Tarz & Jane, Cheeta & Boy:
A pair of '70s erotic Tarzan rip-offs.

Teenager:
A nutjob filmmaker's latest project spins out of control.

The Telephone Book:
A kinky phone-fetish comedy.

The Tenth Level:
William Shatner made-for-TV movie based on Stanley Milgram's experiments.

Terri's Revenge and Perverted Passion:
An early '70s porno duet!

Test of Faith:
A Christian college student battles the evils of Evolution.

Themroc:
French dementia starring Michel Piccoli.

A Thief in the Night /
A Distant Thunder /
Image of the Beast /
The Prodigal Planet:
It's a Mark IV Pictures Rapture-rama!

This is a Hijack:
Adam Roarke and Neville Brand in a quirky, high-flying crime thriller.

Thundercrack!:
Written and starring George Kuchar.

Time Slip:
Time-traveling adventure starring Sonny Chiba.

Tomorrow I'll Scald Myself With Tea:
A bizarre Czech time-travel comedy...with Nazis!

Tonight For Sure:
An early nudie pic from Francis Ford Coppola.

Top of the Heap:
Christopher St. John's fantasy vision of the pissed-off male psyche.

Trackdown:
Jim Mitchum searches for a teenage runaway.

Trekkies:
Hilarious documentary on STAR TREK loser-fanatics.

The Troublemaker:
Tom Aldredge and Buck Henry in Theodore J. Flicker's NYC cult comedy.

Turn On, Tune In, Drop Out:
Timothy Leary's pro-L.S.D. documentary.

Tusk:
Jodorowsky's justifiably-obscure elephant epic.

The Twonky:
Anti-television sci-fi starring Hans Conried.

The Tyrant King:
Three kids embark on a trippy mystery-adventure across London.

The Ultimate Degenerate:
Another depravity-fest from Michael & Roberta Findlay.

The Unpublicizable File and The Untold Story:
A Hong Kong Culinary Combo.

Violation of the Bitch:
Directed by Jose Larraz.

Viva Knievel!:
Starring Evel Knievel and loads of embarrassed co-stars.

Voyage of the Rock Aliens:
Starring Pia Zadora and Jermaine Jackson.

Wacky Taxi:
John Astin in a warmhearted, family-themed fiasco.

Watched!:
Stacy Keach and Harris Yulin in a counterculture tale of cops, drugs and revenge.

The Wave:
High school teacher Bruce Davison turns his students into mob psychology guinea pigs.

Wax or the Discovery of Television Among the Bees:
Directed by David Blair.

Way Out:
A crazy, streetwise portrait of South Bronx dope fiends.

Wedding Trough [Vase De Noces]:
Directed by Thierry Zéno.

The Werewolf of Woodstock:
TV-movie abomination with Michael Parks.

Whatever Happened to Mason Reese?:
Director Brett Ratner's early short film.

When You Comin' Back, Red Ryder?:
Marjoe Gortner in Mark Medoff's diner psychodrama.

Who Are You Polly Maggoo?:
William Klein's scathing fashion-world comedy.

Whispers From Space:
A scathing documentary about self-proclaimed UFO 'expert' Gray Barker.

Winter Soldier:
A powerful documentary that exposes the horrors of the Vietnam war.

Work Is A Four Letter Word:
David Warner in Peter Hall's trippy-mushroom comedy.

World on a Wire [Welt am Draht]:
Rainer Werner Fassbinder's epic, made-for-German-TV sci-fi mystery.

The World's Greatest Sinner:
Starring and directed by the legendary Timothy Carey.

The Year of the Sex Olympics:
Nigel Kneale's prescient sci-fi drama, co-staring Brian Cox.

Young Americans:
Hilariously-cheesy show choir documentary featuring "The New Joy-Generation!"

Youth Terror: The View From Behind the Gun and Lefty - Erinnerung an Einen Toten in Brooklyn [Lefty: Memories of a Dead One in Brooklyn]:
A pair of gritty, NYC-based, 1978 documentaries.

Zan, King of the Jungle:
Steve Hawkes stars in a cut-rate Tarzan knock-off.

The Zebra Killer:
Austin Stoker stars in director William Girdler's urban thriller.



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