We love Austin, Texas' American Genre Film Archive. Working their socks off to preserve, conserve and distribute the coolest and craziest in seldom-seen underground cult cinema, we are extremely happy to now bring you a third AGFA Collection of fantastic flipping mad exploitation films the likes of which you've never seen!
The trippy Texploitation 'Things To Come' sees a woman bailing on her marriage to investigate a strange sci-fi cult in a dreamy and dystopian film full of robots, computers and bloody violence!
For a perfect X-rated double bill, pair 'Things To Come' with 'The Dirty Dolls' - a sleazy and psychotic summery Californian crime spree movie high on the fumes of the Manson murders.
'She Mob' is a sweaty, dusty, Dallas-set 'Faster Pussycat! Kill! Kill!' from an alternate universe that follows the hijinx of a girl gang on the run from the cops with a kidnapped gigolo in tow; the more absurdist and surreal take on the girl gang-sploitation picture, 'The Girl From Pussycat', is a perfect companion piece to 'She Mob' whose wild band of women are into orgies, getting stoned, robbing banks, and torturing men by jamming their fingers in toasters!
The marvellously monikered 'Sometimes Aunt Martha Does Dreadful Things' is the histrionic Floridian psychodrama you'd get from mixing 'Pink Flamingoes', 'Blood Feast' and 'The Brady Bunch' into an acid-spiked smoothie. An overlooked early chapter in queer cinema, 'Sometimes Aunt Martha' stars Abe Zwick as Paul, a Baltimore bank robber who cross-dresses as Aunt Martha and whose bubbling paranoia while in hiding from the law bursts into a demented killing spree.
The AGFA Collection Volume III is rounded out by 'The Curious Dr. Humpp' - a film that AGFA themselves don't describe as a movie, but as a rite of passage. Both artful and unhinged, this sex-horror classic sees the titular doc and his army of monsters draining the blood of young, sexed-up couples in order to keep him youthful forever. This one is a real head-messer-upper!