Traci Lords – Sex Waves (1985)
AKA: Ondas Sexuales
Director: David Michel
Starring: Traci Lords, Eric Edwards, Wayne Thomas, Angel West, Ken Starbuck, Gina Carrera, Greg Rome, Marc Wallice, Shone Taylor, Renee Summers, Dax Anthony, Richard Karle, Mr. X, D. Zykes.
Traci Lords – Tailhouse Rock (1985)
Director: Jerome Tanner
Starring: Traci Lords, Eric Edwards, Stacey Donovan, Josephine Carrington, Kristara Barrington, Tiffany Blake, Cara Lott, Heather Wayne, Tom Byron, Marc Wallice, Steve Powers, F.M. Bradley, Peter North, Jacqueline Brooks, Miles Long.
Now, here is a movie that, despite the apparent ease of production, went haywire in sound editing. The content speaks for itself, but the worst quality is the music. There are scenes that go on for ten, twenty minutes, and because of this, the one same scene will have used three of four different musical tracks. So, in total, I have to think this one is, in the mechanics of it all, weaker than the others I’ve seen.
Traci Lords – Bad Girls 3 (1984)
Starring: Traci Lords, Crystal Breeze, Cynthia Brooks, Kristara Barrington, Jacy Allen, Rachel Ashley, Rikki Blake, Stacey Donovan, Jay Serling, Jerry Butler.
The key operative word from the summary is bosom…and these girls have ’em! Sterling and Butler dress up as girls to invade an all girls camp that is supposed to be wholesome and pure.
One of Traci Lords’ earliest films she shows some good acting, good camera appeal, and a great(as usual) body. Rachel Ashley is thin and in great shape herself in this movie. Rikki Blake also deserves mention as she did her usual excellent support role.
Kudo’s have to go to the Camp Director, who shows great restraint when he suspects that one of the girls is not really a girl. He accuses Lords, at a general meeting of the campers, and he is only standing inches from her when she pulls her top up while boasting that “boys don’t have these”. The look in his eyes tells the viewer how uncomfortable that must have been.
Traci Lords – Dream Lover (1985)
Director: Jim Reynolds
Starring: Traci Lords, Misty Anderson, Tom Byron, Susan Hart, Pamela Jennings, Magenta, Francois Papillon, Harry Reems, Ken Starbuck, Sheri St. Claire, Stevie Taylor.
Traci Lords – Lust In The Fast Lane (1984)
Starring: Traci Lords, Ginger Lynn, Tom Byron, Crystal Breeze, Eric Edwards, Peter North, Sherrie St. Claire, Beverly Bliss, Marc Wallice, David Sanders.
A young married couple run out of petrol late one night and take shelter at a nearby old dark house where a group of swingers indulge in orgies. The couple enthusiastically join in but it turns out that their hosts are vampires.
Traci Lords as Jackie and Tom Byron as Bill have car trouble and or stranded out in nowhere. They walk until they come to this house owned by Eric Edwards as Jake and Ginger Lynn Allen as Louise. They beckon the hapless couple to spend the night and introduce them to the other couples. So naturally this calls for an orgy. This review being mostly out of memory,, that and wall to wall sex almost is all I remember, oh and there’s a supernatural horror twist. As I recall, when I saw it back in the day, it was VERY hot indeed. But who knows, maybe that’s looking back with rose-tinted glasses, seeing as Tracy starred in it I highly doubt I’ll get a chance to go back and see if it was as good as I seem to remember it being.
Traci Lords – Traci Made In Japan (1986)
AKA: The Virgin Hunters – Traci Lords Vs. Kyôko Aizome
Traci Takes Tokyo
Directors: Stephen Cartier, Tadashi Yoyogi
Starring: Traci Lords, Kyôko Aizome, Midori Egawa, Mariko Osama, Akira Tanaka, Stephen Welmhiser, Toshi Tokeshi, Don Fernando.
Traci Lords – Black Throat (1985)
Starring: Traci Lords, Christy Canyon, Sahara, Erica Boyer, Lady Stephanie, Purple Passion, Craig Roberts, Jack Baker, Kevin James, Marc Wallice, Peter North, Steve Powers, Tony Martino.
Never before in the annals of adult cinema has there ever been a spectacle like Black Throat. Join Roscoe, the unemployed garbageman; Jamal, the world-famous hustler; and Mr. Bob, the rubber rat, as they embark on a bone-stiffening quest for Madam Mambo’s House of Divine Inspiration Through Fellatio. Combing the various rooms of a New Wave tenement, our trip discovers one pleasure after another; whipped-cream three-way, an oil-slicked double penetration, a buxom dominatrix and her rebellious slave, an interracial group grope but not a sign of Madam Mambo. Then, when it seems that all is lost, Roscoe hears the distant beat of voodoo drums coming from his room! Rushing back, they find Roscoe’s apartment transformed into a strange voodoo temple. Could this be the Black Magic of Madame Mambo? A no-holes barred orgy proves so, as Madame Mambo herself initiates Roscoe to the thrilling secret behind Black Throat.
Traci Lords – Two Timing Traci (1985)
AKA: Two-Timing Tracie
Director: Michael Mann
Starring: Traci Lords, Kristara Barrington, Robin Cannes, Sahara, Tiffany Blake, Heather Mannfield, Kevin James, Greg Rome, Marc Wallice.
One of Traci Lord’s long lost treasures. I really love the way the two main guys are at a drive-in porn theatre, and they happen to pick up on a chick easy enough to hop in the car for a little two-timing. I also love the way Traci is naked and sexy as always, but still has her socks and super-stylish tennis shoes on as she’s doing the nasty. You’ll have difficulty locating this illegal prize, but man is spectacular. Really killer plot, too.
Traci Lords – Sweet Little Things (1985)
Director: Ken Fitzgerald
Starring: Traci Lords, Rosie Bellmas, Bunny Bleu, Steve Drake, Lauri Gilbert, Pamela Jennings, Ron Jeremy, Blake Palmer, Lei Petite, Rosemarie, Roberta Roston, Helga Sven, Sean Taylor, Marc Wallice.
Traci Lords – Suzie Superstar 2 (1986)
Starring: Traci Lords, Alicia Monet, Krista Lane, Nina Hartley, Sharon Kane, Laurie Smith, Alexa Parks, John Leslie, Joey Silvera, Tom Byron, Jon Martin, Ginger Lynn.
Suzie Superstar – first Shanna Grant, then Ginger Lynn and now the hot newcomer Alicia Monet… as the Search Continues. Sharon Kane, who not only writes but also sings the songs in this movie, has a manly get together with the bitchy club owner “Mr. S” played by Krista Lane, John Leslie again appears as Z.W. McCain. We see him remember meeting and loving Suzie Superstar II Ginger Lynn. Z.W. has lost it and has become a crazed and lost rock mogul to be sustained by his new friend the rock promoter Joe “Mon-Five”, who brings him the sexy and talented Alexa Parks to satisfy his needs. Suzie watches her husband (Tom Byron) with Nina Hartley and throws him out and then gets even in the Suzie Superstar way. The beat goes on.