This is Max Pecas's Je Suis Une Nymphomane, a '71 production.
It is certainly one of the oddest, most verbose ad mats for a sex pic I have ever seen.
The film itself is surprisingly well made and serious-minded (I guess that explains the Carole-signed ramble).
George Romero's classic paired with Jeff Lieberman's fascinating shocker.
Curious that Martin is referred to as Martin The Blood Lover(!)
Why is the X-rated Alice in Wonderland sharing the marquee with The Rocky Horror Picture Show?
Because both were released by 20th Century-Fox; the studio's version of Alice was cut, of course, to earn the softer rating.
The film, from the producer of Flesh Gordon, Bill Osco, went through the roof.
A bunch of Aussie women, imprisoned in a Tasmanian gulag, escape into the countryside and shun clothing.
Exceptionally odd movie with a strong feminist slant.
Much of it was improvised.
Also known as Blood Ruby, Curtis Harrington's atmospheric shocker was accompanied by Rene Cardona's Survive, a fact-based retelling of football team cannibalism in the Andes. The film was remade by Frank Marshall as Alive ('93).
I remember Survive getting great schoolboy reviews for its lurid scenes of flesh eating and base behavior.
A poster that creates no confusion about its subject matter.
The film is surprisingly interesting and featured more than one killer.
The director, Jack Sholder, went on to make the brilliant The Hidden.