19 April 2024
from Things To Come (1976)

101 Films AGFA September Releases Will Be ‘Scary And Smut’

The cooler days are slowly coming back, however in September you might still be ‘hot’ under the collar with 101 Films. Maybe even a little scary with the latest AGFA releases promise to deliver scary moments and smut without smut.

Next month’s slate will be a double bill of ‘70s adult movies with the stories brought to the fore. And a wild shot-on-video horror anthology from Baltimore.

SMUT WITHOUT SMUT VOL. 1: THINGS TO COME & DIRTY DOLLS
Beneath the dumpsters of America, a netherworld of “adults only” genre movies lurks in the gutters. But what if these movies were less about the smut and more about everything else? “Smut Without Smut” is X-rated genre movies with the X-rated bits removed. In other words, your perception of reality will never be the same again.

Smut without smut Blu-ray artwork (101 Films)THINGS TO COME (1976)
A future dystopia dream-epic shot in San Antonio, THINGS TO COME finds Julie leaving her marriage to investigate a mysterious sci-fi cult on behalf of frustrated women everywhere. With a soundtrack that feels like it was cribbed from A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, ambitious sets that look like leftovers from STAR TREK, and no lack of robots, computers, and bloody violence, THINGS TO COME is a truly unique Texploitation headtrip.

THE DIRTY DOLLS (1973)
Coasting on the fumes of the Manson murders, THE DIRTY DOLLS follows psychopath Johnny and his cultish gang of women as they embark on a bizarro crime spree filled with stolen diamonds, senior citizen drag, grimy sex, and cold-blooded murder. Directed by Stu Segall (DRIVE-IN MASSACRE) under his adult-movie nom de plume “Godfrey Daniels,” this is a sleazy summer-bummer from the wilds of California.

Special Features
• New 2K preservations from the only known 35mm prints in existence
• “Smut Without Smut” and uncut versions included
• Commentary track on THINGS TO COME (“Smut Without Smut” version) with the AGFA team
• English subtitles

Buy Smut Without Smut Volume One : 101 Films store

SCARY TALES
SCARY TALES proves that the films of John Waters and Don Dohler aren’t the only genre miracles from Baltimore. A shot-on-video horror anthology that plays out like a public access version of CREEPSHOW, this is what happens Blu-ray Art For Scary Tales (101 Films)when Satanic necklaces, bloodthirsty slashers, and DUNGEONS & DRAGONS-styled live action role playing collide with cool dads, neon lightbulbs, and dungeon synthesizers. AGFA and Bleeding Skull! are thrilled to present this charming, gore-filled dreamscape that has been meticulously pieced together from its original S-VHS master tapes.

Special Features
• New transfer from the original S-VHS master tapes
• Commentary track with director Doug Ulrich
• 1987 demo version of SCARY TALES
• Outtakes and vintage TV promo appearance
• Bonus movie: DARKEST SOUL (1994)
• Early horror shorts by director Doug Ulrich
• Reversible cover
• English subtitles

Buy Scary Tales: 101 Films store

101 Films will release Smut Without Smut Volume One and  Scary Tales  from 12th September  on Blu-ray.


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