- SKU: 13957177
- Release Date: 09/21/2004
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- Digitally remastered
- Original theatrical trailer for Take Me Naked
- Additional trailers for: The Curse of Her Flesh, Satan's Bed, The Sin Syndicate, The Touch of Her Flesh, and The Ultimate Degenerate
- A sex-crazed schoolgirl is turned on by murder in a psychotic sequence from Janie, photographed and narrated by Roberta Findlay
- Bonus featurette: Michael Findlay runs amok in ancient Greece in a 30-minute lesbian-laced excerpt from Mnasidika
- Gallery of '60 sex stills with audio oddities
This ludicrously bizarre exploitation film from director Michael Findlay (Snuff) concerns a man named Davis (Robert Wuesterwurst) who kills his wife. Driving along with her body in the trunk, he picks up two lesbian hitchhikers, Maggie and Jackie, who kidnap him and take him to a very strange house. There, Davis meets the spaced-out Belle, who devotes her life to raising Baby, a demented blond woman who wears a diaper and sleeps in a crib. Over the next hour or so, Davis is teased, pleased and given drugged tea by the lesbians, who want him to give them a child and they send Anna -- a rather hefty woman whom Davis calls "Booberella" -- to convince him. Davis watches an orgy in which Maggie breast-feeds Baby while being whipped. When he tries to escape, Davis is beaten with an andiron and has his feet burned in the fireplace by the girls' servant, Bruno. Eventually, Davis manages to crawl upstairs and murder Baby, Maggie, and Jackie. Anna smothers him to death with her pendulous breasts, then goes to the beach and prevents the grieving Belle from killing herself. The two women embrace lovingly as the film ends. It's less than an hour long, and scored with inappropriate classical music. Findlay's growing legion of cult fans will be amused, while mainstream viewers will be dumbfounded. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi
Take Me Naked
One of the strangest of the 1960s exploitation roughies, this film from Michael Findlay and Roberta Findlay (the creators of Snuff) is half sleaze and half performance art. The poems of Pierre Lourys are read by a pair of narrators whose pretentious ramblings underscore the entire film. Our "hero" is alcoholic Jason (Kevin Sullivan) who lives in a squalid Bowery apartment and is obsessed with his neighbor Elaine (Findlay) across the alley. The narrator says Elaine's skin is "made of man's disillusionment." If that is the case, man's disillusionment must have a lot of goosebumps and cellulite. She takes a shower, sits on a wooden stick, and has a lesbian scene as the narrators rave on about her "tomb of flesh." Jason tries to score some liquor from a gay man named Louis, who wants sex in return. Jason kicks Louis repeatedly, then beats him to death with a club. The insane Jason takes a knife over to Elaine's apartment, thinking it's a bunch of flowers. The next scenes alternate his fantasy of making love with a willing Elaine with the horrible reality. Jason rapes Elaine, ties her up, then stabs her to death, imagining that he is scattering rose petals on her body. Finally, he makes love to her corpse while the narrators read more morbid poetry. This is a bizarre, ugly film which still offers some unusual moments for Findlays' fans and brave curiosity-seekers. ~ Robert Firsching, Rovi