Researchers are studying the fusion of aggression and eroticism in film and video. They're asking whether it's creating a climate in which sexual violence is more acceptable in real life. For centuries, society has been concerned about the depiction of sex and sexuality in its popular media. Pornography has been banned and booed and society's standards of what is and is not acceptable have continually evolved.
SVSolutions - Preventing Sexual Violence Against Children - Together For Girls
Hosted by John Carradine, this tape is a compilation of scenes from and previews for various exploitation films. Sign In. Documentary Comedy Horror. Director Ken Dixon. Frank Ray Perilli. Top credits Director Ken Dixon. See more at IMDbPro.
Why Parents Worry More About Sex than Violence in the Movies
Condensing all the sex and violence from a ninety minute film into a three minute trailer coming at traction with artistry, imagination, and a sense of humor often creates a new entity entertaining unto itself. The trailer is invariably better than the picture it represents. The Best of Sex and Violence compresses all the entertaining elements from forty of the most lurid features of the last decade into one exploitation extravaganza - the ultimate orgy of sex and violence - a non-stop cavalcade of terrific trailers. Every area of exploitation is represented. The various categories are organized and interspersed with hilarious live action commentary by our resident sociological expert John Carradine, himself a living icon of exploitation films.
W hen one of my children was younger, we went on an ill-advised excursion to a press screening of the first Transformers movie. No reviews were out yet, but I figured it was a movie in which cars turn into robots: what could go wrong? Halfway through the film, the child had an urgent question.