A TOUCH OF SEX REVIEWED
“A Touch of Sex” started life as a supernatural movie in 1972. As the 1970s progressed, mainstream America began a porn fascination. Naturally, this movie finally got a release after having some hardcore sex edited into it. If you’ve seen one film like this, you’ve seen them all. Barely there narrative and then you get to wonder why nobody bothered to shave their pubic areas until the 1990s. Mad props to the guys in the 1970s, as they must’ve been rocking Daredevil’s radar sense to navigate the bush.
Rene Bond looks pretty good in it, but ultimately there’s nothing. Is it a haunting or just random squatters having sex everywhere? There is a slight supernatural touch to the film, but I’m not sure if that was intentional. So, let’s just chalk it up to horny poltergeist.
- 1.78:1 standard definition transfer
- Dolby Digital 2.0 MONO
RELEASE DATE: 4/10/18
The Plot Thus Far
Hired to help launch a new hot rock group called “Tommy and the Penetrations,” Mark (Michael Pataki) finds himself dropped into the opulent drug-filled and orgiastic lifestyle of Hollywood. Settling into the historic Villa Elaine Apartment building (previous residents include Orson Welles and Frank Sinatra), Mark is suddenly haunted by visions of a horny group of people everywhere he goes. Are they some sort of mind-bending fantasy or reality?
This music-filled ‘70s erotic oddity features genre film actor Michael Pataki (HALLOWEEN 4: THE RETURN OF MICHAEL MYERS, DEAD AND BURIED, GRADUATION DAY) under the alias “Harry Wilcox,” and classic adult film starlet, Rene Bond. Presented from an authentic 35mm grindhouse release print for maximum sleaze. Ya dig?