Impulse Pictures is back with Volumes 13 and 14 of “The Peep Show Collection” now on DVD. As always these collections are prime artifacts for many niche movie collectors. If you’re a porn aficionado, remember the days of going to grindhouses in the seventies, or just want to watch vintage erotic cinema to chronicle its evolution, “The Peepshow Collection” is the best place to chart your journey. Though every DVD from Impulse only runs a little under two hours or so, they pack a hefty load of erotic and adult short reels.
Impulse Pictures returns with their continued series of “Peepshow Collections” with volumes 11 and 12 on DVD. For folks that enjoy watching these ten to fifteen minute silent reels, these movies are a trip back to a time where porn was viewed in private booths and theaters and often involved a lot of discreet viewers sitting in a dark room to view what was in store for them. Some of the better adult shorts in volume 11 includes “Giant Tits Meets Marc Stevens” where the gorgeous Annie Sprinkles collides with Marc Stevens and indulges him with her large and incredibly impressive body and curves; as well as her bust.
Vanessa Del Rio has slept with a lot of guys. And girls. And she was a prostitute. And you know what? She’s not ashamed of her past. Not a single bit. You have to admire her for that. And to top it off, she’s not vehemently opposed to sleeping with you if it tickles her fancy either. That’s the general point of “Fifty Years of Slightly Slutty Behavior,” the notion that Vanessa Del Rio has slept with a lot of men and is not ashamed to admit that she’s loved every minute of it. While most porn stars in her age have all but renounced their pasts and forgotten their roots, she’s still the ravishingly down to Earth porn vixen who remembers every fuck and is not afraid to mention in detail most of her escapades.
If you want to revel in the sexuality of “Big Bang Theory” and want to avoid all of the stuff like plot and comedy, “Big Bang Theory: A XXX Parody” really will do the trick. Fans of the series will especially enjoy how the parody skirts copyright infringement by copying every set piece from the show. Sans the comic book and science fiction paraphernalia. So uber-Sheldon doesn’t wear superhero shirts, so much as he wears shirts that kind of look like they could be superhero emblems.