And by BEST, I mean WORST ...
Yoinked from Wiki and spliced with various whatevers ...
"Sex Madness (1938) is an exploitation film directed by Dwain Esper, supposedly to warn teenagers and young adults of the dangers of venereal diseases, specifically syphilis. It was designed to push the envelope of the Motion Picture Production Code of 1930 by addressing taboo issues of the day. Wild parties, lesbianism, and premarital sex are some of the forms of "madness" portrayed. The "educational" aspect of the film allowed it to portray a taboo subject which was otherwise forbidden by the Production Code of 1930, and its stricter version imposed by Hollywood studios in July 1934.
It was created to be a follow up of sorts to a previous film of theirs, Refer Madness, which is now considered to be a cult sensation and has spawned a successful off broadway musical adaptation. Sex Madness has fallen into the public domain and has been reissued under many titles, including Human Wreckage, They Must Be Told, and Trial Marriage. It was also featured in the 1982 film It Came From Hollywood which starred Gilda Radner, Cheech and Chong, and John Candy who presented a salute to Ed Wood."
Steve's Snacks of The Week:
Ton Of Coffee
A Deepening Sense Of Sadness Because My Gluten-Free Diet Means I Can't Eat Anything GOOD!!!
And as always, I might switch it into a double or triple feature after this. I have two Toho films I've never seen before that are digging a hole into my soul, so stick around. Maybe I'll even play y'all some intermission shorts after this. That would be pretty cool.
Anyway, to get you all in the Sex Madness sort of mood, here is a sexy picture of my wife ...
YOWZA, huh?!? Yeah!
... AND NOW, Steve and this blog are both PROUD to once again present today's Church-less Movie of the Weel in its entirety FOR FREE! Yes, yes, no need to thanks us. Just pay that shit forward and remember that the Wind Clan is a-a-a-a-all up in heres. Please, though, a few rules first. There's absolutely no talking in Steve's Theater and talkers WILL be shot. No cell phones or blackberries ... sorry, African-American berries. And be sure to dim your headlights (where applicable).
Oh, and remember ...
That video was CRAZY old school!
Anyways, enjoy the show y'all!