6 DISC SET! With the relaxing of censorship laws in the early 1970s, a feast of B-films exploded onto Australian screens as maverick filmmakers served up a diet of murder, mayhem and full frontal nudity in exploitation classics such as Stork, Alvin Purple and Stone. Celebrated in the hit documentary Not Quite Hollywood, these 'Ozploitation' genre films are presented here in one hilarious mash-up of sex, violence and laugh-out-loud comedy!
PAL All Region
6 Disc Set
Various Special Features on Each Film
AUSTRALIA AFTER DARK (1975) (R) At Last! The Australia you've always wanted to see - but until now have never DARED! A kinky collection of 37 unusual and titillating stories
THE ABC OF LOVE AND SEX (1977) (R)A witty look between the sheets at modern sex and love _ 1978 style! Not only the ultimate guide to getting it up down under _ it_s the holy grail of true-blue retro skinema!
FELICITY (1978) (R) 90 minFelicity (the gorgeous Glory Annen) is a sheltered teen who surrenders her blossoming body to a world of bold sexual adventure in this homegrown erotic sin-sation from sexy Ozploitation auteur John D. Lamond.
BARRY McKENZIE HOLDS HIS OWN 1974 (M) 93 minExcitement brews and Fosters flows as Bazza sets out to rescue the Dame-to-be in distress from the clutches of Erich Count Plasma (Donald Pleasence), the sinister head of the Transylvanian Tourist Commission. Can Bazza pull it off?
MAD DOG MORGAN 1976 (MA) 98 minSet in gold rush-era Victoria, and based on a true story, this violent, rollicking portrayal of infamous Irish outlaw Dan Morgan (a bravura performance from an intense Dennis Hopper, Easy Rider, Apocalypse Now) is a classic of Australias 70s cinema renaissance.
PATRICK 1978 (M) 108 minIn room 15 of the mysterious Roget clinic lies a young comatose murderer. Patrick has burgeoning psychic powers and a crush on Kathy _ and his affection is about to turn into a deadly and bloody obsession!
LES PATTERSON SAVES THE WORLD 1987 (M) 91 minThe one-time Australian Minster for the 'Yarts', Sir Leslie Colin Patterson KBE (Barry Humphries), is a lecherous, drunken, chain-smoking slob and vaunted cultural attache. Now, Sir Les has received a promotion, as Australia's ambassador to the United Nations, and is sent to an oil-rich Gulf state to try to make peace after a UN blunder.