1970 ･ United States ･ Directed by John Hayes
John Hayes was one of the most unique cinematic voices to emerge from the underground film scene in the 1960s and 70s. A failed playwright, Hayes' films were bleak, sexually charged morality tales that combined the troubled souls of Tennessee Williams with the exploitation styling's of Lee Frost and company. In Sweet Trash, an alcoholic longshoreman, deep in debt to the mob, is forced into an increasingly debauched nightmare as he tries to avoid the thugs out to get him. Along the way, he meets local oddballs, violent criminals, and lusty women.
With a mysterious computer controlling everyone's actions this grimy artistic film with an almost science fiction-esque fear of future mind control was made well before its time.
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1972 ･ United States ･ Directed by Michel Levesque
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1974 ･ United States ･ Directed by Stephen C. Apostolof
Beautiful Dee is implicated in a fatal liquor store shooting committed by her boyfriend. Sent to an all-female work camp, she quickly finds herself at the mercy of four other violent and sex crazed prisoners who force her into their darin...
The Dirty Dolls
1973 • United States • Directed by Stu Segall
Johnny, a psychopath, puts together a gang made up of young teenage girls to commit crimes for him. Everything is going well until one day, during a diamond robbery, the girls are forced to take two hostages and bring them back to the hideout along w...