Fine, Nikki Leigh. I’ll marry you. You don’t have to seduce me with your eyes. Surely, no one can replace Mistress Elvira, but Full Moon Grindhouse puts up a good argument for it, by bringing along Playboy Playmate Nikki Leigh to host their newest compilation. Now available for fans of Grindhouse and exploitation cinema, “Blood of 1,000 Virgins” is a fun and hilarious trailer compilation of some of the most iconic and dumbest films ever made. And they’re all about virgins, losing your virginity, and rape.
Some of the films inspired immense eye rolls, including “Teenage Mother” in which a young hot barely legal girl gets her kicks out of seducing every man and sleeping with them. After sleeping with her teacher, her ultimate conquest, she finds out she’s pregnant! Oh no! I love in the trailer when the plot turns, we cut to a doctor who proclaims “You can’t be a little pregnant.” I swear, anyone who thinks you can only be kind of pregnant deserves to be pushed down the stairs, or at least have their child taken away. Nikki Leigh interrupts the movie trailers every now and then to introduce us to the next chapter in the virgin trailers, and to generally allow us to bask in her sexiness. And I was never irritated at her introductions because, have you seen Nikki Leigh?
Most of the trailers for the films in this compilation are often goofy and absolutely absurd. Would you stay in the theater after an exploitation movie to get a lecture from a doctor about your body and pregnancy? The compilation also features horror films with a heavy emphasis on virginity and rape, as well as a hysterical trailer for Andy Warhol’s “Dracula” with Udo Keir hamming it up big time. There are also trailers to some of my favorites including “Ms. 45,” “Savage Streets,” and “Thriller a Cruel Picture.” Of course these are virginal films revolving around rape, and they’re also wonderful revenge pictures. Nikki Leigh has a blast with this compilation and so will audiences. It’s one of the first new trailer assortments from Full Moon Grindhouse in years, and it’s a fun little reminder of how demented grindhouse films can often be.
Now Available for sale at GrindhouseFlix and Full Moon Direct.