Synopsis by Steve Blackburn
The sixth volume in the Exploitation Classics series features another round of previews and promos for sensationalized films that titillate audiences with promises of sordid sex, violence, and tawdriness. The trailers included in this collection aren't always limited to low-budget "B" pictures; some of them advertise big budget, A-list films, such as The Killing of Sister George (1968), directed by Robert Aldrich and starring Susanna York and Beryl Reid, which dealt with a lesbian relationship and originally received an X rating. Many of the films previewed on this tape are far lower than top drawer, including Private Parts (1972), directed by the eccentric Paul Bartel; I Am a Groupie (1971); Gator Bait (1976); and Party Girls for the Candidate (1964).
exploitation, filmmaker, movie-trailers