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Trapped In Lust

In Exotic Nuts on August 26, 2014 at 9:57 pm

Titel: Trapped In Lust
Production: Japan 973
Director: Atsushi Yamatoya
Cast: Moeko Ezawa, Nozomi Yasuda, Rie Nakagawa
Run Time: 74 min
Circulation: NTSC DVDr
Generation/Source: DVD Custom
Language: Japanese
Subtitles: English


A paraia project with custom English subtitles.



Hänsel und Gretel verliefen sich im Wald

In Lose the skin, Paprika Chips on August 26, 2014 at 9:51 pm

Titel: Hänsel und Gretel verliefen sich im Wald
Production: Germany 1970
Director: Franz Josef Gottlieb
Cast: Dagobert Walter, Francy Fair, Barbara Scott
Run Time: 80 min
Circulation: PAL DVDr
Generation/Source: VHS Master
Language: English, German
Subtitles: none


A sjb224 project who added English audio to a rip of the German VHS release.

“The Grimm Bros. tale of the brother and sister who wander into a witches’ house, but told with a more adult slant (in other words, lots of nudity).

Vet German director F.J. Gottlieb delivers a colorful, fairly goofy sex romp in this update of the familiar fairy tale. The handsome title couple are driving along on holiday when a felled-tree in the road stops them. Beautiful Hexe (Barbara Scott, her breasts hanging out of her blouse) is a countess who picks them up, and takes them for a stay at her castle atop a nearby hill.”

La mano nera

In I fought the law, Paprika Chips, Uncategorized on August 20, 2014 at 9:59 pm

Titel: The Black Hand (La mano nera)
Production: Italy 1973
Director: Antonio Racioppi
Cast: Lionel Stander, Rosanna Fratello, Michele Placido
Run Time: 87 min
Circulation: PAL DVDr
Generation/Source: DVD Custom
Language: Italian, English, German
Subtitles: Italian


A pipipip project, enhancing the Italian CineKult release with English and German audio tracks.

“just viewed this movie and decided to take the time to make some comments since no one else has.overall I give the movie a 7,the score would be higher if there were less blood and more clothes on the females.Deserves an R rating.In the 1960’s and 70’s I spent many hours being entertained by dubbed movies,this one is dubbed so it is to my liking.What I like about it in no certain order is as follows:The movie is about the mafia…it’s made by Italians,has alot of Italian actors…it seems fitting.Set in the early 1900’s in America it has a dark look and mood…great atmosphere.I believe the character lionel stander plays is the same one ernest borgnine had in the movie “pay or die” that of an Italian on the police force combating the mafia,based on a real person.His character gives a sense of realism to the movie and made me wonder if the movie was based some on fact.The little I know about the real person is similar to the character in the movie.In the past I havn’t seen much of Lionel stander in the movies but his performance as a tough cop is very good.He is not the main character though,a young man(placido ?)is,he plays a young immigrant that is a victim of circumstance.He is a just person that kills an expendable gangster in the heat of a fight,the victim had previously killed an elderly friend of his.He gets employment from the mob being unaware of the serious unlawful part he has in one of their cold blooded operations…he is a tragic figure.Other viewers might feel this movie is just another low budget poorly dubbed movie.The film left me with the feeling it may have been based more on fact than much more expensively made films about organized crime.It also left me wondering if the young main character was based on a real person-I liked the movie.” ~imdb


Die jungen Tiger von Hongkong

In Lose the skin, Paprika Chips, Uncategorized on August 20, 2014 at 11:22 am

Titel: Die jungen Tiger von Hongkong
Production: Germany 1969
Director: Ernst Hofbauer
Cast: Robert Woods, Véronique Vendell, Werner Pochath
Run Time: 90 min
Circulation: HD MP4
Generation/Source: TV Rip
Language: German
Subtitles: None


An Anixe HD TV rip, displaying the stations logo in the upper right corner throughout the flick.

“Nice girls finish first–when they’re taught to misbehave!” ~imdb


La mansion de las 7 momias

In Exotic Nuts on August 20, 2014 at 11:11 am

Titel: Mansion de las 7 momias (The Mansion of the 7 Mummies)
Production: Mexico 1977
Director: Rafael Lanuza
Cast: Blue Demon, María Cardinal, Superzan
Run Time: 92 min
Circulation: NTSC DVDr
Generation/Source: DVD Custom
Language: Spanish
Subtitles: English


A nickthecreep project, with custom English subs by Turdis.

“The last movie in a loose series of wrestlers vs. mummies flicks that began with Las Momias de Guanajuato, starring Blue Demon and Superzán in a story that includes cursed gold, mummies (naturally) and even Satan himself.

Synopsis: After the death of her father, the beautiful Sofía inherits his wealth. However a curse was cast on her father’s fortune and if she takes it must sell her soul to the devil. Blue Demon and Superzán help protect Sofía against the evil Isabel and her army of mummies, who plan to destroy her and take the fortune.

Producer Rogelio Agrasánchez had a huge success with his production of Las Momias de Guanajuato and followed it up with 4 similar films, El Robo de las Momias de Guanajuato, El Castillo de las Momias de Guanajuato, Las Momias de San Ángel and La Mansion de las 7 Momias. Although the last of its line, this movie is fairly atmospheric and contains some good scare sequences, especially a scene where a horde of mummies rises up out of a swamp. This was the last film appearance of the absurdly costumed Superzán, a hero invented by producer Agrasánchez, who gave him the leading role in two earlier movies before teaming him up with other wrestlers. This was also the final role of comedian Manuel Palacios “Manolin”, once part of the comedy team of Manolin & Schilinsky, who had some success in films of the 1940’s and ‘50’s.” ~Antonio

Santo contra el doctor Muerte

In Exotic Nuts on August 20, 2014 at 10:58 am

Titel: Santo contra el doctor Muerte (Santo 43 vs Doctor Death)
Production: Mexico 1973
Director: Rafael Romero Marchent
Cast: Santo, Carlos Romero Marchent, Helga Liné
Run Time: 96 min
Circulation: NTSC DVDr
Generation/Source: DVD Custom
Language: English, Spanish
Subtitles: English


A nickthecreep project with custom dubs and subs.

“Santo movie #43 concerns a mad doctor who ruins famous paintings in order to restore them. He makes duplicate paintings with his hydraulic fibroid tumor ink printing press and then gives the duplicate back to the museum while keeping the restored original for himself (huh?). See, the doc has a grotto filled with women that he gives estrogen injections to. These injections promote the growth of fibroid tumors. Once the tumors are cut out, it’s off to the printing press with the tumors and off to the acid bath with the women. Santo is called in to investigate and teamed with Interpol agent Paul. Wrestling matches, bathroom brawls, foreign objects, speedboat chases, goofus dubbing and sudden death ensue. Cool James Bond/spy soundtrack too (but someone overdosed on the marimba glissando/zing effect, which I guess could be used as a drinking to blackout game).

A (mostly) Spanish production, the only cast from Mexico are Santo and his real-life manager Carlos Suárez. The rest of the cast is made up of Euro-trash stalwarts like Helga Liné, Mirta Miller, Maribel Hidalgo, Jorge Rigaud and Frank Bran. It’s rumored that the English dub was done in Canada as the dubbed version only seems to have been shown on Canadian TV, but whoever was the English voice of Helga Liné in this was also on the English dub of The Fear Chamber, so I’m assuming this was not dubbed in Canada. Anyone have info on where The Fear Chamber was dubbed?

This is a dual audio fandub with 2 subtitle streams. The Spanish language print was longer, so there are a couple of instances of Spanish dialog on the English language track. I made an extra subtitle track for the few lines of Spanish dialog. The default is English audio with the aforementioned subtitle stream. Use your remote to select the Spanish audio track and the full English subtitle stream or to turn the subtitles off. Many thanks to LuigiBastardo for the English audio and to Turdis for the English subtitles.

Extras consist of a preview clip for each of the following movies: Entre pobretones y ricachones, Las tres perfectas casadas, El aviso inoportuno, Dormitorio para señoritas (with Lorena Velázquez), ¡Ay, Jalisco no te rajes!, ¡Ahí madre!, Todos los pecados del mundo, Santo contra los secuestradores, El coyote (with Abel Salazar), Al ponerse el sol, La perra, Nosotros los rateros, Mi noche de bodas, Carrera contra la muerte, cenicienta del barrio, Vivillo desde chiquillo, Échenme al gato, La loca de la casa, and Hijazo de mi vidaza.” ~nickthecreep

Spiti stous vrahous

In Lose the skin, Paprika Chips on August 20, 2014 at 10:48 am

Titel: Spiti stous vrahous (House On The Rocks)
Production: Greece 1974
Director: George Zervoulakos
Cast: Bente Børsum, Andreas Barkoulis, Christo Spyropoulos
Run Time: 84 min
Circulation: PAL DVDr
Generation/Source: DVD Custom
Language: Greek
Subtitles: English

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A neverever project with custom English subs.

“Loosely based on the ancient story of Phaedra and Ippolytos, this peculiar combination of the same baby-faced actor from “Love on a horse” with a Norwegian actress twice his age revives the myth of the doomed love affair between a young man and his stepmother. The “resolution” of the tragedy comes out different here as the young man does not die but teams up with his father so as to finally grow up and take his life in his own hands (and become a “dirty businessman” himself). The best thing about this film besides the love scenes (typical main dish of the 70’s- but with a psychoanalytical twist) are the fantastic seascape shots that make you feel like taking a dive. Also, there’s a pseudo-paganistic background of island natives doing fire dances and sacrificing animals (there’s a sheep slaughter scene in your face, be warned about this, also a couple of chicken killed on camera)” ~neverever

Fatevi vivi: la polizia non interverrà

In I fought the law, Paprika Chips on August 19, 2014 at 10:25 pm

Titel: Fatevi vivi: la polizia non interverrà (Kidnap)
Production: Italy 1974
Director: Giovanni Fago
Cast: Henry Silva, Rada Rassimov, Philippe Leroy
Run Time: 90 min
Circulation: PAL DVDr
Generation/Source: DVD Custom
Language: English, Italian
Subtitles: English


A darioargento project about which he says: “Using the netflix dvdr and the italian audio from the quite obscure telecine, i’ve made this little swansong. The english track is complete but the italian audio side was shorter as the telecine was cut so a couple of scenes revert to english audio. The English subtitles are being made by my partner in crime, so hopefully one of patch guru’s can do a patch at a later date. The italian audio has been elusive for quite a while and i know quite a few people are after it, yes its not Henry Silva’s voice but its a Poliziottesco in italian as intended.”

This crime drama follows Italian police commissioner Caprile (Henry Silva) as he races to rescue the 6-year-old daughter of an important businessman. Also hoping to save her is Frank Salvatore (Gabriele Ferzetti), the old-school Mafia don accused of the crime. Caprile leans on a low-level thug (Philippe Leroy) for information and is led to Salvatore, who considers children to be off-limits as targets and hopes to restore his reputation.

Los nuevos extraterrestres

In Charlie don't surf, Paprika Chips on August 19, 2014 at 10:10 pm

Titel: ETV (Los nuevos extraterrestres)
Production: Spain 1983
Director: Juan Piquer Simón
Cast: Ian Sera, Nina Ferrer, Susanna Bequer
Run Time: 85 min
Circulation: NTSC DVDr
Generation/Source: VHS Master
Language: English
Subtitles: Norwegian (hard subs)


A tranzorX rip of the Norwegian rental tape.

“As for EXTRATERRESTRIAL VISITORS the movie, it is one that usually requires no introduction. For the uninitiated, however (that is to say, the few who didn’t see it back in the days of Mystery Science Theater 3000), here’s a brief description:

A meteorite falls to Earth. A poacher finds big eggs in a cave, and like any sensible person, beats the crap out of them with a big stick. Then someTHING (as of yet unseen) beats the life out of him. Soon little Tommy (who seems to speak with the same voice as Kenny from GAMERA) finds another egg, and more of a nature lover, takes it home to love it and pet it and call it Trumpy, as soon as he sees the furry, huge-shnozzed thing that has hatched from it overnight.

Elsewhere, a rock band that is as charming as it is talented is going on vacation nearby in the forest. More of the dead poacher’s poacher buddies decide to chase around a girl from the group, because she has accidentally seen them being all poacher-y, and as we all know it is much easier to murder someone than to simply pay a $200 fine for poaching. But before the poachers can get her, she runs across a combination of another Trumpy-like alien (but less friendly) and gravity.

From this point onward things progress in a fairly predictable manner. Tommy just keeps getting more adorable until you could just squeeze him to death. The rock group wanders to Tommy’s family’s cabin looking for help for their mortally-wounded friend. The kid tries to hide the rapidly-growing (and MAGIC!) Trumpy, and because of the identical nature of the two creatures there is briefly wacky/tragic confusion over just which alien is doing all the killing. It all leads to a “happy” ending that completely ignores the number of dead friends and family members that have been racked up.

Honestly, the same guy who did this movie directed PIECES, and what the guy did to women with a chainsaw in that film is less horrifying than watching Tommy trying to bond with Trumpy. So naturally this is a must-see for lovers of bad cinema.” ~polartrade

La legge dei gangsters

In I fought the law, Paprika Chips on August 19, 2014 at 9:51 pm

Titel: Gangster’s Law (La legge dei gangsters)
Production: Italy 1969
Director: Siro Marcellini
Cast: Klaus Kinski, Maurice Poli, Franco Citti
Run Time: 90 min
Circulation: PAL DVDr
Generation/Source: VHS Master
Language: English, Italian, German
Subtitles: None


A pipipip project. Uncut version based on the German VHS release with spliced in missing scenes from a secondary source.

“Part groovy Italian exploitation and part gangster movie, about the only enjoyable part of this movie is studying the young Klaus Kinski. I suppose this was made before Klaus became unbearable to work with due to the fact this was one of eight movies he made in 1969 alone. He’s young, strong, and takes direction well. Only a minor performance from Franco Citti (Bruno) whom you can also find in the Italian segment of The Godfather (1972) as Michael’s bodyguard and in Pasolini’s Decameron (1971) though not much elsewhere unless you like more Italian crime films. The rest of the cast played well, but the movie lacked direction from the beginning. At only 89 minutes, it felt that at 40 the movies should have already been finished. After the robbery and flashback portion, the movie ran out of steam and regressed into droll segments highlighting each robber’s downfall. Ending with ineffective shootouts and car chases, I was squirming in my seat for the movie to wrap up what I already knew was going to happen. Aside from short scenes of dancing in a night club that was shot and edited in a decidedly “groovier” style than the rest of the movie, I don’t recommend renting or buying this Italian-made crime/revenge caper.” ~imdb