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2011 Lausanne Underground Film Festival: Official Lineup

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The 10th annual Lausanne Underground Film Festival is a truly epic film event with an immense lineup of the strangest, sexiest, most grotesque, oddball and downright freakish movies from all over the world — from modern underground treats to classic cult movies of yesteryear.

The fest officially begins on Oct. 15 with a special live performance by the legendary Diamanda Galas. But the film festivities run from Oct. 17-23, starting with the grand opening of an exhibition and retrospective of the films by Ericka Beckman.

The full film lineup, which is presented below, is a massive mix of underground greatness, but here are some of the highlights:

Gross-Out Flicks:
Chop, dir. Trent Haaga (Watch online)
The Taint, dir. Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson (Read the review)
Calibre 9, dir. Jean-Christian Tassy
The Bunny Game, dir. Adam Rehmeier (Read the review)

Trippy Movies:
Profane, dir. Usama Alshaibi (Read the review)
The Oregonian, dir. Calvin Lee Reeder (Watch online)
Hellacious Acres: The Case of John Glass, dir. Pat Tremblay

Music Documentaries:
Noise and Resistance: Voices From the DIY Underground, dir. Francesca Araiza Andrade and Julia Ostertag.
The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye, dir. Marie Losier.
Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone, dir. Lev Anderson & Chris Metzler. (Read the review)

Awesome Retrospectives:
Craig Baldwin (Tribulation 99, Spectres of the Spectrum, more)
Stephen Dwoskin (Further and Particular, Dyn Amo, more)
Takashi Ito

Classic Cult Films by:
Jess Franco
Sam Raimi
Lucio Fulci
Doris Wishman

And oh, so much more!

For more info (and to double-check on screening times), please visit the official Lausanne Underground Film Festival website. The full lineup is below:

Oct. 18

2:30 p.m.: Stephen Thrower presents: A Virgin Among the Living Dead, dir. Jess Franco

2:30 p.m.: Noise and Resistance: Voices From the DIY Underground, dir. Francesca Araiza Andrade and Julia Ostertag. This documentary examines the world of European punk rock and how that subculture is helping and hoping to transform their way of life.

4:30 p.m.: Calibre 9, dir. Jean-Christian Tassy. A city planner finds a 9mm gun possessed by the soul of a hooker, which he then uses to clean up his city’s diseased streets.

4:30 p.m.: “Sapphism & Erotic Noir: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Black Glove, dir. Maria Beatty
Strap on Motel, dir. Maria Beatty

6:30 p.m.: Chop, dir. Trent Haaga. A man is forced into a life of violent brutality and murder by a mysterious figure. (Watch online)

6:30 p.m.: “Vintage Fetish: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Elegant Spanking, dir. Maria Beatty
Ecstasy in Berlin, 1926, dir. Maria Beatty

8:30 p.m.: All About Evil, dir. Joshua Grannell. A mousy librarian inherits a failing movie house and her plan to save it involves showing the most brutally realistic horror movies ever made. But, the reason those movies are so realistic? She actually kills people on camera.

8:30 p.m.: Horny House of Horror (Fasshon Heru), dir. Jun Tsugita. The resident whores of a brothel display a brutal zeal towards their clients.

8:30 p.m.: “Post Apocalypse & Demons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Lilith (Mother of Evil), dir. Maria Beatty
The Return of the Post Apocalyptic Cowgirls, dir. Maria Beatty

10:30 p.m.: The Taint, dir. Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson. Two sane people must navigate a crazed world where everybody else on the planet has been transformed into brutal, murderous savages. (Read the review)

10:30 p.m.: “Bondage in Nature & Seasons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Belle de Nature, dir. Maria Beatty
Silken Sleeves, dir. Maria Beatty

Oct. 19

2:30 p.m.: Stephen Thrower presents: Duffer, dir. Joseph Despins & William Dumaresq

2:30 p.m.: “Films by Takashi Ito”
Spacy
Thunder
Grim
December Hide-and-Seek
The Moon
Zone
Monochrome Head
Sweet Life

4:30 p.m.: “Stephen Dwoskin: Courts #1”
C-Film
Jesus Blood (Never Failed Me Yet)
Just Waiting

4:30 p.m.: The Taint, dir. Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson. Two sane people must navigate a crazed world where everybody else on the planet has been transformed into brutal, murderous savages. (Read the review)

4:30 p.m.: “Bondage in Nature & Seasons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Belle de Nature, dir. Maria Beatty
Silken Sleeves, dir. Maria Beatty

6:15 p.m.: Stephen Thrower presents: A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin, dir. Lucio Fulci

6:15 p.m.: “Super 8 Films by Ericka Beckman”
We Imitate; We Break-Up
The Broken Rule
Out of Hand

6:15 p.m.: The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye, dir. Marie Losier. A portrait of industrial music pioneer Genesis P-Orridge and his late wife, Lady Jaye, who subjected themselves to an art project in which they attempted to become a singular pandrogenous entity, Breyer P-Orridge.

6:30 p.m.: Calibre 9, dir. Jean-Christian Tassy. A city planner finds a 9mm gun possessed by the soul of a hooker, which he then uses to clean up his city’s diseased streets.

6:30 p.m.: “Courts contemporains”
Modern, dir. Mizue Mirai
Traces of Others, dir. Daisuke Nagaoka
Mr Sakurai at the Ticket Counter, dir. Dong-Hoon Kim
Holiday, dir. Ryo Hirano
Garden, dir. Ryohei Shimada
In a Pig’s Eye, dir. Atsushi Wada
Hand Soap, dir. Oyama Kei

6:30 p.m.: “Sapphism & Erotic Noir: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Black Glove, dir. Maria Beatty
Strap on Motel, dir. Maria Beatty

8:15 p.m.: “Indus Archive of RE/Search #1”

8:30 p.m.: Hellacious Acres: The Case of John Glass, dir. Pat Tremblay. A man awakens from a cryogenic sleep to find the Earth almost totally destroyed. It’s up to him to find the last livable place on the planet for humanity to survive.

8:30 p.m.: “Experimental: Short Films”
Monologue, dir. Maximilian Le Cain
Centipede Sun, dir. Mihai Grecu
In Frequency, dir. Kelsey Braun
Your Highness, dir. Max Hattler
Omokage, dir. Maki Satake
Boundary, dir. Devin Horan
Miss Candace Hilligoss’ flickering halo, dir. Fabio Scacchioli & Vincenzo Core
Les Barbares, dir. Jean-Gabriel Périot
Slick Horsing, dir. Kiron Hussain
Elasticita, dir. Katrin Olafsdottir

8:30 p.m.: Chop, dir. Trent Haaga. A man is forced into a life of violent brutality and murder by a mysterious figure. (Watch online)

8:30 p.m.: Off Highway 20, dir. Katsuya Tomita. A former motorcycle gang member who is bored by his new, mundane existence is coerced back into a life of crime by an old friend.

8:30 p.m.: “Vintage Fetish: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Elegant Spanking, dir. Maria Beatty
Ecstasy in Berlin, 1926, dir. Maria Beatty

10:30 p.m.: The Bunny Game, dir. Adam Rehmeier. A prostitute accepts a ride with a trucker, a decision that might just cost her her life. (Read the review)

10:30 p.m.: Tribulation 99: Alien Anomalies Under America – the Shocking Truth About the Coming Apocalypse, dir. Craig Baldwin. This alternative history of the U.S. uncovers the supernatural forces shaping our destiny.
Screening with:
Wild Gunman, dir. Craig Baldwin

10:30 p.m.: Peaches Christ presents: Deadly Weapons, dir. Doris Wishman

10:30 p.m.: Horny House of Horror (Fasshon Heru), dir. Jun Tsugita. The resident whores of a brothel display a brutal zeal towards their clients.

10:30 p.m.: “Post Apocalypse & Demons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Lilith (Mother of Evil), dir. Maria Beatty
The Return of the Post Apocalyptic Cowgirls, dir. Maria Beatty

Oct. 20

2:30 p.m.: Further and Particular, dir. Stephen Dwoskin. A teenage boy is introduced to the world of eroticism by his mother.

2:30 p.m.: Stephen Thrower presents: Death Bed: The Bed That Eats, dir. George Barry

4:15 p.m.: Beyond the Black Rainbow, dir. Panos Cosmatos. A scientist keeps a psychic woman locked up in his lab so he can study her.

4:30 p.m.: Horny House of Horror (Fasshon Heru), dir. Jun Tsugita. The resident whores of a brothel display a brutal zeal towards their clients.

4:30 p.m.: “Post Apocalypse & Demons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Lilith (Mother of Evil), dir. Maria Beatty
The Return of the Post Apocalyptic Cowgirls, dir. Maria Beatty

6:15 p.m.: “Films by Takashi Ito”
Spacy
Thunder
Grim
December Hide-and-Seek
The Moon
Zone
Monochrome Head
Sweet Life

6:15 p.m.: William S. Burroughs: A Man Within, dir. Yony Leyser. A documentary about the cult author and beat icon, featuring interviews with Laurie Anderson, Victor Brockris, Diane DiPrima, Gus Van Sant, John Waters, David Cronenberg, Thurston Moore, Iggy Pop, Genesis P-Orridge, Jello Biafra and more.

6:30 p.m.: The Oregonian, dir. Calvin Lee Reeder. A woman running away from her past gets involved in a car accident that throws her entire world into chaos. (Watch online)

6:30 p.m.: “Fiction #1: Short Films”
Echoes of a Whipser, dir. Michael Paris & Johanna Genet
Kangootomik, dir. Frédéric Grousset
Threesome, dir. Johannes Dullin
Death by VHS, dir. Damien Ferland
Facing Rupert, dir. Gregory Erdstein
The Wonder Hospital, dir. Beomsik Shimbe Shim
Rise of the Appliances, dir. Rob Sprackling
If Not Now When, dir. Spencer Ockwell
Les yeux de la tête, dir. Pierre Mousquet & Jérôme Cauwe

6:30 p.m.: “Stephen Dwoskin: Courts #2”
Chinese Checkers
Trixi
Girl

6:30 p.m.: The Taint, dir. Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson. Two sane people must navigate a crazed world where everybody else on the planet has been transformed into brutal, murderous savages. (Read the review)

6:30 p.m.: “Bondage in Nature & Seasons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Belle de Nature, dir. Maria Beatty
Silken Sleeves, dir. Maria Beatty

8:15 p.m.: “Indus Archive of RE/Search #2”

8:30 p.m.: RocketKitKongoKit, dir. Craig Baldwin. A German company leases land in the Congo in order to build rockets in this “prank” documentary.
Screening with:
¡O No Coronado!, dir. Craig Baldwin

8:30 p.m.: Stephen Thrower presents: A Virgin Among the Living Dead, dir. Jess Franco

8:30 p.m.: “16mm Films by Ericka Beckman”
You the Better
Cinderella

8:30 p.m.: Calibre 9, dir. Jean-Christian Tassy. A city planner finds a 9mm gun possessed by the soul of a hooker, which he then uses to clean up his city’s diseased streets.

8:30 p.m.: “Sapphism & Erotic Noir: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Black Glove, dir. Maria Beatty
Strap on Motel, dir. Maria Beatty

10:30 p.m.: Profane, dir. Usama Alshaibi. A Muslim sex worker has a devastating spiritual crisis after she believes her “jinn” — an Islamic demon — has been exorcised from her body. (Read the review)

10:30 p.m.: Peaches Christ presents: Beyond the Valley of the Dolls, dir. Russ Meyer

10:30 p.m.: Chop, dir. Trent Haaga. A man is forced into a life of violent brutality and murder by a mysterious figure. (Watch online)

10:30 p.m.: Flower Story Babylon (Hanamonogatari Babiron), dir. Toranosuke Aizawa. A Japanese man is told in a dream that he must save the people of small village in Thailand.

10:30 p.m.: “Vintage Fetish: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Elegant Spanking, dir. Maria Beatty
Ecstasy in Berlin, 1926, dir. Maria Beatty

Oct. 21

2:30 p.m.: Spectres of the Spectrum, dir. Craig Baldwin. Viewing the history of the U.S. through broadcasting.

2:30 p.m.: 135 Grand Street, New York, 1979, dir. Ericka Beckman. This documentary captures several NYC No Wave bands — such as Theoretical Girls, UT, A Band, Rhys Chatham and Chinese Puzzle — performing live in a downtown loft.

2:30 p.m.: Noise and Resistance: Voices From the DIY Underground, dir. Francesca Araiza Andrade and Julia Ostertag. This documentary examines the world of European punk rock and how that subculture is helping and hoping to transform their way of life.

4:00 p.m.: All About Evil, dir. Joshua Grannell. A mousy librarian inherits a failing movie house and her plan to save it involves showing the most brutally realistic horror movies ever made. But, the reason those movies are so realistic? She actually kills people on camera.

4:30 p.m.: Chop, dir. Trent Haaga. A man is forced into a life of violent brutality and murder by a mysterious figure. (Watch online)

4:30 p.m.: “Vintage Fetish: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Elegant Spanking, dir. Maria Beatty
Ecstasy in Berlin, 1926, dir. Maria Beatty

6:00 p.m.: Peaches Christ presents: Mommie Dearest, dir. Frank Perry

6:15 p.m: Sonic Outlaws, dir. Craig Baldwin. This documentary profiles so-called “culture jammers” who remix stolen popular culture to create new ideas about idea ownership.

6:30 p.m.: Horny House of Horror (Fasshon Heru), dir. Jun Tsugita. The resident whores of a brothel display a brutal zeal towards their clients.

6:30 p.m.: “Post Apocalypse & Demons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Lilith (Mother of Evil), dir. Maria Beatty
The Return of the Post Apocalyptic Cowgirls, dir. Maria Beatty

8:15 p.m.: Dyn Amo, dir. Stephen Dwoskin. Apathetic dancers perform for emotionless men at a dead-end strip joint.

8:15 p.m.: Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone, dir. Lev Anderson & Chris Metzler. This documentary chronicles the friendship and tenacity of Fishbone lead singer Angelo Moore and bassist Norwood Fisher, who struggle to keep their beloved band popular and relevant. Narrated by Laurence Fishburne. (Read the review)

8:30 p.m.: “Fiction #2: Short Films”
Mandragore, dir. Fabrice Blin
Change Over, dir. John Blouin & Nicolas Bilodeau
The Origin of Creatures, dir. Floris Kaayk
Spider Fang!, dir. Justin Perkinson
Devil on Commission, dir. David Evans
Putain Lapin, dir. Guérin van de Vorst
Tub, dir. Bobby Miller
Lady Be Gone, dir. Julien Roby & Pius Zoll
The Adders Bite, dir. Firas Momani

8:30 p.m.: The Taint, dir. Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson. Two sane people must navigate a crazed world where everybody else on the planet has been transformed into brutal, murderous savages. (Read the review)

8:30 p.m.: Off Highway 20, dir. Katsuya Tomita. A former motorcycle gang member who is bored by his new, mundane existence is coerced back into a life of crime by an old friend.

8:30 p.m.: “Bondage in Nature & Seasons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Belle de Nature, dir. Maria Beatty
Silken Sleeves, dir. Maria Beatty

10:30 p.m.: The Bunny Game, dir. Adam Rehmeier. A prostitute accepts a ride with a trucker, a decision that might just cost her her life. (Read the review)

10:30 p.m.: Stephen Thrower presents: Shining Sex, dir. Jess Franco

10:30 p.m.: Calibre 9, dir. Jean-Christian Tassy. A city planner finds a 9mm gun possessed by the soul of a hooker, which he then uses to clean up his city’s diseased streets.

10:30 p.m.: “Sapphism & Erotic Noir: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Black Glove, dir. Maria Beatty
Strap on Motel, dir. Maria Beatty

Oct. 22

2:30 p.m.: Stephen Thrower presents: Shining Sex, dir. Jess Franco

4:15 p.m.: The Ballad of Genesis and Lady Jaye, dir. Marie Losier. A portrait of industrial music pioneer Genesis P-Orridge and his late wife, Lady Jaye, who subjected themselves to an art project in which they attempted to become a singular pandrogenous entity, Breyer P-Orridge.

4:30 p.m.: “Sapphism & Erotic Noir: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Black Glove, dir. Maria Beatty
Strap on Motel, dir. Maria Beatty

6:15 p.m.: Noise and Resistance: Voices From the DIY Underground, dir. Francesca Araiza Andrade and Julia Ostertag. This documentary examines the world of European punk rock and how that subculture is helping and hoping to transform their way of life.

6:30 p.m.: “Courts contemporains”
Modern, dir. Mizue Mirai
Traces of Others, dir. Daisuke Nagaoka
Mr Sakurai at the Ticket Counter, dir. Dong-Hoon Kim
Holiday, dir. Ryo Hirano
Garden, dir. Ryohei Shimada
In a Pig’s Eye, dir. Atsushi Wada
Hand Soap, dir. Oyama Kei

6:30 p.m.: “Vintage Fetish: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Elegant Spanking, dir. Maria Beatty
Ecstasy in Berlin, 1926, dir. Maria Beatty

2:30 p.m.: Off Highway 20, dir. Katsuya Tomita. A former motorcycle gang member who is bored by his new, mundane existence is coerced back into a life of crime by an old friend.

4:00 p.m.: The Oregonian, dir. Calvin Lee Reeder. A woman running away from her past gets involved in a car accident that throws her entire world into chaos. (Watch online)

4:30 p.m.: Calibre 9, dir. Jean-Christian Tassy. A city planner finds a 9mm gun possessed by the soul of a hooker, which he then uses to clean up his city’s diseased streets.

6:00 p.m.: Hellacious Acres: The Case of John Glass, dir. Pat Tremblay. A man awakens from a cryogenic sleep to find the Earth almost totally destroyed. It’s up to him to find the last livable place on the planet for humanity to survive.

6:15 p.m.: “Fiction #1: Short Films”
Echoes of a Whipser, dir. Michael Paris & Johanna Genet
Kangootomik, dir. Frédéric Grousset
Threesome, dir. Johannes Dullin
Death by VHS, dir. Damien Ferland
Facing Rupert, dir. Gregory Erdstein
The Wonder Hospital, dir. Beomsik Shimbe Shim
Rise of the Appliances, dir. Rob Sprackling
If Not Now When, dir. Spencer Ockwell
Les yeux de la tête, dir. Pierre Mousquet & Jérôme Cauwe

6:15 p.m.: Stephen Thrower presents: Duffer, dir. Joseph Despins & William Dumaresq

6:30 p.m.: Chop, dir. Trent Haaga. A man is forced into a life of violent brutality and murder by a mysterious figure. (Watch online)

8:15 p.m.: The Theatre Bizarre, dir. Douglas Buck, Buddy Giovinazzo, David Grgory, Karim Hussain, Jeremy Kasten, Tom Savini, Richard Stanley. Presenting a multitude of short, gory, grotesque, spooky and just plain evil sketches.

8:15 p.m.: Outside In, dir. Stephen Dwoskin. Examining the life of the disabled.

8:30 p.m.: “Experimental: Short Films”
Monologue, dir. Maximilian Le Cain
Centipede Sun, dir. Mihai Grecu
In Frequency, dir. Kelsey Braun
Your Highness, dir. Max Hattler
Omokage, dir. Maki Satake
Boundary, dir. Devin Horan
Miss Candace Hilligoss’ flickering halo, dir. Fabio Scacchioli & Vincenzo Core
Les Barbares, dir. Jean-Gabriel Périot
Slick Horsing, dir. Kiron Hussain
Elasticita, dir. Katrin Olafsdottir

8:30 p.m.: Horny House of Horror (Fasshon Heru), dir. Jun Tsugita. The resident whores of a brothel display a brutal zeal towards their clients.

8:30 p.m.: “Post Apocalypse & Demons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Lilith (Mother of Evil), dir. Maria Beatty
The Return of the Post Apocalyptic Cowgirls, dir. Maria Beatty

10:30 p.m.: Profane, dir. Usama Alshaibi. A Muslim sex worker has a devastating spiritual crisis after she believes her “jinn” — an Islamic demon — has been exorcised from her body. (Read the review)

10:30 p.m.: The Taint, dir. Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson. Two sane people must navigate a crazed world where everybody else on the planet has been transformed into brutal, murderous savages. (Read the review)

10:30 p.m.: Flower Story Babylon (Hanamonogatari Babiron), dir. Toranosuke Aizawa. A Japanese man is told in a dream that he must save the people of small village in Thailand.

10:30 p.m.: “Bondage in Nature & Seasons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Belle de Nature, dir. Maria Beatty
Silken Sleeves, dir. Maria Beatty

10:45 p.m.: Peaches Christ presents: Evil Dead 2, dir. Sam Raimi

Oct. 23

2:30 p.m.: Sonic Outlaws, dir. Craig Baldwin. This documentary profiles so-called “culture jammers” who remix stolen popular culture to create new ideas about idea ownership.

2:30 p.m.: Further and Particular, dir. Stephen Dwoskin. A teenage boy is trained in the erotic arts by his mother.

2:30 p.m.: “Films by Takashi Ito”
Spacy
Thunder
Grim
December Hide-and-Seek
The Moon
Zone
Monochrome Head
Sweet Life

6:30 p.m.: William S. Burroughs: A Man Within, dir. Yony Leyser. A documentary about the cult author and beat icon, featuring interviews with Laurie Anderson, Victor Brockris, Diane DiPrima, Gus Van Sant, John Waters, David Cronenberg, Thurston Moore, Iggy Pop, Genesis P-Orridge, Jello Biafra and more.

4:30 p.m.: “Fiction #2: Short Films”
Mandragore, dir. Fabrice Blin
Change Over, dir. John Blouin & Nicolas Bilodeau
The Origin of Creatures, dir. Floris Kaayk
Spider Fang!, dir. Justin Perkinson
Devil on Commission, dir. David Evans
Putain Lapin, dir. Guérin van de Vorst
Tub, dir. Bobby Miller
Lady Be Gone, dir. Julien Roby & Pius Zoll
The Adders Bite, dir. Firas Momani

4:30 p.m.: The Taint, dir. Drew Bolduc and Dan Nelson. Two sane people must navigate a crazed world where everybody else on the planet has been transformed into brutal, murderous savages. (Read the review)

4:30 p.m.: “Bondage in Nature & Seasons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Belle de Nature, dir. Maria Beatty
Silken Sleeves, dir. Maria Beatty

4:45 p.m.: 135 Grand Street, New York, 1979, dir. Ericka Beckman. This documentary captures several NYC No Wave bands — such as Theoretical Girls, UT, A Band, Rhys Chatham and Chinese Puzzle — performing live in a downtown loft.

6:30 p.m.: Beyond the Black Rainbow, dir. Panos Cosmatos. A scientist keeps a psychic woman locked up in his lab so he can study her.

6:30 p.m.: Stephen Thrower presents: Death Bed: The Bed That Eats, dir. George Barry

6:30 p.m.: Calibre 9, dir. Jean-Christian Tassy. A city planner finds a 9mm gun possessed by the soul of a hooker, which he then uses to clean up his city’s diseased streets.

6:30 p.m.: “Sapphism & Erotic Noir: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Black Glove, dir. Maria Beatty
Strap on Motel, dir. Maria Beatty

8:30 p.m.: Spectres of the Spectrum, dir. Craig Baldwin. Viewing the history of the U.S. through broadcasting.

8:30 p.m.: Peaches Christ presents: Phantom of the Paradise, dir. Brian DePalma

8:30 p.m.: Chop, dir. Trent Haaga. A man is forced into a life of violent brutality and murder by a mysterious figure. (Watch online)

8:30 p.m.: Everyday Sunshine: The Story of Fishbone, dir. Lev Anderson & Chris Metzler. This documentary chronicles the friendship and tenacity of Fishbone lead singer Angelo Moore and bassist Norwood Fisher, who struggle to keep their beloved band popular and relevant. Narrated by Laurence Fishburne. (Read the review)

10:30 p.m.: Horny House of Horror (Fasshon Heru), dir. Jun Tsugita. The resident whores of a brothel display a brutal zeal towards their clients.

10:30 p.m.: “Vintage Fetish: Films by Maria Beatty”
The Elegant Spanking, dir. Maria Beatty
Ecstasy in Berlin, 1926, dir. Maria Beatty

10:30 p.m.: “Post Apocalypse & Demons: Films by Maria Beatty”
Lilith (Mother of Evil), dir. Maria Beatty
The Return of the Post Apocalyptic Cowgirls, dir. Maria Beatty


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