1/22/11

Saturday Night Horror Porn Fever

From the 1980's, when The Phantom of the Opera was the hottest ticket on The Great White Way, comes Panting at the Opera ... hey, is that Mackenzie Phillips in the red teddy?
Oh sweet mystery of life at last I've found thee ... Hung Wankenstien - I wonder if Mel Brooks gets any residuals from this one?
Not sure what the connection is here, but this gay porn vid is entitled Frankenstein.  And I don't know about you, but I love it when the mad scientist has a tattoo! 
So apparently the monster catches these two gals going at it and tosses them both into a lake ... guess which one floats? 
I guess the monster spends her days at the beach working on her tan.
I've read that you don't have to have seen Cathula I to enjoy this film.
Subtle vampire porn starring the late, great Jon Vincent.
More subtlety.
Classic porn stars playing dress up - twas a dark and stormy night! 
Obviously inspired by the Frank Langella Dracula.
Is she using the woman's head so she can keep her balance in those heels?
The back of the box reads, "They were scared pant-less!"
Probably the best poster of the bunch, at least the production department spent a few moments paying homage to the original  ... and remember, "In the woods, no one can hear you cream."


7 comments:

Sir Jorge said...

i haven't seen the gay ones, but i have seen plenty of straight ones, and they get the "job" done, love the posters

Pax Romano said...

Sir Jorge,

Well it is good to know that these cinematic productions live up to the hype!

Carl Manes said...

Dude.. Hung Wanekstein? That is the geniusestest title EVER!

Pax Romano said...

Carl, aint it?!

Jonny Metro said...

Hung Wankenstein...a porn parody of a parody of a horror film? Awesome.

What's next? A Leslie Nielson lookalike in "Dracula: Getting Head and Loving It?"

Or...or....

okay, that's all I got.

Great post, Pax!
--J/Metro

Pax Romano said...

Thanks J/Metro

Gore-Gore Girl said...

Ooh! Dracula Exotica is a good un. I've written about it a couple of times.

Also, did you know there's academic work done on Hung Wankenstein? It's in the 2006 collection Pornography: Film and Culture, edited by Peter Lehman. You know, in case you want to read about it...