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Blu-ray Review - A Climax of Blue Power


There's a category of sexploitation called "roughies." These are darker endeavors that merge the graphic highlights of adult cinema with a degree of violence, playing into shadowed corners of stimulation that are often better off left unexplored. 1974's "A Climax of Blue Power" is an example of a roughie, but one that's mindful of audience expectations while trying to deliver a more concrete tale of mental illness run amok. It's a highly bizarre movie, but that's the point, with director Lee Frost stepping inside a disturbed character to capture his concept of fantasy and his capacity for harm. Read the rest at 


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