Posts tagged Jon Martin
Forbidden Desire (1982)
Director: Lawrence T. Cole
Starring: Lili Marlene, Anna Pierce, Rita Cruz, Billy Dee, Dan T. Mann, Jesse Adams, Jon Martin, Jonathon Younger, Ken Scudder, Ron Jeremy.
Amanda By Night 1 (1981)
Starring: Veronica Hart, Samantha Fox, Lisa De Leeuw, Mai Lin, Lee Caroll, Brooke West, Nicole Noir, Milton Ingley, R. Bolla, Ron Jeremy, Jamie Gillis, Arcadia Lake, Pat Manning, Eric Edwards, Hershel Savage, Jon Martin, Frank Hollowell.
A classic of adult cinema, this title involves an engaging mystery to compliment its sweaty sex and rapacious romping. Amanda Heather is a high-class call girl trying to go straight. A last favor for a former pimp-lover results in the death of Amanda’s young prostitute friends and she is inexorably drawn into a spiral of brutality, corruption, violent sensuality and ever-building tension as the murderer stalks her. Amanda’s emotions are brought to the boiling point by the persistent, tormenting questions of detective Ambrose Harte as he struggles to solve the murders and free Amanda from the treacherous web of lust that is her working life. Lucky thing she’s right in her element. This was a high point of adult fare, mixing all of the elements of classic film art style with lots of explicit sex.
Mad Love (1989)
Starring: Brit Morgan, Aja, Renee Morgan, Brandi Wine, Kendall Marx, Jon Dough, Jon Martin, Damien Cashmere, Rick Lee, F.M. Bradley, Tony Montana.
1990 AVN Award for Best Video of the Year
AVN Top 500
Cool Sheets (1989)
Director: Anthony Spinelli
Starring: Cheri Taylor, Tianna, Victoria Paris, Jon Martin, Randy West.
Everyone has a friend they like to share things with- that is until a woman is involved. That’s when it becomes one wild and crazy weekend- where nothing went right- none of the pieces would fit.
Backdoor Romance (1985)
Starring: Connie Peterson, Crystal Lovin, Fawn Paris, Kimberly Carson, Lili Marlene, Linda Shaw, Mindy Rae, Nicole West, Sheri St. Clair, Yoko Wong, Billy Dee, Blair Harris, Buck Adams, Dan T. Mann, John Holmes, Jon Martin, Marc Wallice, Paul Thomas, Tom Byron.
In this classic from 1985, Sheri St. Clair plays a sex-crazed peeping tom girl who is given an anal sex magazine by her husband and is now dying for some sexual release. Somehow, she manages to witness numerous hardcore sex acts from secret hiding places for an entire day. She sees threesomes with 2 men and with 2 women, double penetration, and loads and loads of cum.
Finally, she gets so hot that she needs release and she finds Buck Adams and Billy Dee. They fuck her and give her double penetration, bringing her quickly to fruition. What had originally grossed her out now totally arouses her and Backdoor Romance is now her thing.
Behind The Green Door 1 (1972)
Directors: Artie, Jim Mitchell
Starring: Marilyn Chambers, Martha Strawberry, Kandi Jones, Lisa Grant, Mira Vane, George McDonald, Dale Meador, Mike Jones, Jon Martin, Tyler Reynolds, Artie Mitchell, Johnny Keyes, Barbara Parker, Bunny Brody, Jim Mitchell.
The revolutionary adult film that ushered in a new era of Porn Chic introduced America to the idea of sex as sophistication and erotic films as Art. Scandals ensued on Madison Avenue as the Mitchell brothers enlisted then unknown Ivory Snow girl Marilyn Chambers, for the film and appropriated their slogan, billing Chambers as “99 and 44/100 percent pure.”
Behind the Green Door is a tale of fantasy, fear, anxiety and expectation. It begins as a story within a story; a trucker narrates the story of the “Green Door” to a fellow diner. As the story goes, a woman, with whom he had been flirting earlier, was taken from the hotel where they both had been staying. In a case of serendipity, the woman winds up being the main attraction at the private sex club he is attending that same night. In front of a live audience, the woman is to be cajoled into having sex with various groups of people on stage for the pleasure of the club’s rich and exclusive members.
The film broke new ground through its acceptance and appeal to mainstream audiences. It is also considered to be the first feature length film to include an interracial sex scene. Paul Schrader credits the film as an inspiration for him penning 1976’s “Taxi Driver” and fans of Stanley Kubrick will see the film’s influence as evident in his final masterpiece Eyes Wide Shut.
One of the biggest box office successes of the 1970s, Behind the Green Door was screened at the Cannes Film Festival, received positive critical reviews in the mainstream media and is the second movie ever to be inducted into the XRCO Hall of Fame.
Marilyn Chambers, the All-American Girl, who undeniably changed the face of the adult film industry stars in her classic, ground-breaking ingenue role. Brought to the screen by the innovative talents of the Mitchell Brothers, she takes you on a cinematic journey into the sublime.
Three Ripening Cherries (1979)
Director: Carlos Tobalina
Starring: Misty Regan, Dorothy LeMay, Mary Ryan, Kitty Shayne, Rosa Lee, Aaron Stuart, Daoud Alar, David Morris, Joe Elliot, Jon Martin, Mick South, Mike Horner.
Three Adorable Sisters are sexually aroused by sex education classes in school and the promiscuous activities of their friends!
The Pleasure Game (1987)
Directors: Carlos DeSantos, Duck Dumont
Starring: Tracey Adams, Carol Titian, Nikki Knight, Patti Petite, Shanna McCullough, Billy Dee, Jon Martin, Mike Horner, Shone Taylor.
Want to see what goes on in a hot-shot Hollywood producer’s office? The passion’s always hot and heavy whenever the showbiz PLEASURE GAME is played! First, writer Shauna McCullough shares some scandalous scenes from her latest x-rated screenplay. Then another writer pitches a sexy scenario – a bang-up bar room brawl between two horny dudes and the busty bar owner. What a business! Sometimes it’s hard to get ahead, and sometimes it’s easy.
Director: Anthony Spinelli
Starring: Candace Daley, Gail Sterling, Linda Wong, Lisa De Leeuw, Mistress Candice, Renee Summers, Eric Edwards, Chris Chase, Jon Martin, Sasha Gabor.
Hot Rackets (1979)
Starring: Connie Peterson, Candida Royalle, Desiree Cousteau, Rhonda Jo Petty, Jon Martin, Laurien Dominique, Turk Lyon, Cris Cassidy.
“Is it true that Tennis players do it with deeper strokes? You’ll find the answer in HOT RACKETS — certainly the most fascinating, expensively made, and surely the most delightful motion picture ever made for a sex-loving, fun-loving audience!
Herb and Liz Adler, an indecently rich couple, are members of an exclusive Tennis Club whose members indulge themselves in more than a workout on the courts — we learn that the Club is totally dedicated to providing for the sexual needs and fulfilling the sexual fantasies of its members.