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    i dont get these reviews, they are like a history lesson of previous releases, which we dont care about any more. we just want to know about this latest release! I get lost as to which version the reviewer is talking about when they start describing the extras on past releases (eh?). and im still none the wiser if this latest blu ray has the full, uncut version of Vampire Ecstasy!

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    the new release has the uncut version of Vampire Ecstasy unfortunately both of these films are not interesting to me, I saw Vampire Ecstasy years ago and I didn't care for it, and Sin You Sinners sounds abysmal from what I've read of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fundi View Post
    the new release has the uncut version of Vampire Ecstasy unfortunately both of these films are not interesting to me, I saw Vampire Ecstasy years ago and I didn't care for it, and Sin You Sinners sounds abysmal from what I've read of it.
    i think you either like Sarno films or not. Ive only seen a few and i like them but i can see why some wont.

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    The only Sarno film I've seen that I really thought was great was Inga, that one was truly a classic softcore film I think. I wish that the company releasing his films on blu ray would use loseless audio though, I mean it's 2016 and blu ray has been out for 10 years now, it's time companies start taking full advantage of the blu ray format and use loseless audio, I want my films on blu ray to sound as good as they look. I mean I'm not buying this one, but for the fans of these films, I want them to get the full advantage of blu ray. I hope for future releases they will do this. And I bring this up, because I wlili be buying Inga when they get to it and I want loseless audio

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    "Sarno Retrospect 03: All The Sins of Sodom / Vibrations is being prepped for Blu-Ray / Streaming. The series brings together Sarno films from the Pop Cinema and Something Weird Video film library (all remastered to HD). Press release when? On Joe Sarno's birthday, of course! (March 15)"
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ian Jane View Post
    "Sarno Retrospect 03: All The Sins of Sodom / Vibrations is being prepped for Blu-Ray / Streaming. The series brings together Sarno films from the Pop Cinema and Something Weird Video film library (all remastered to HD). Press release when? On Joe Sarno's birthday, of course! (March 15)"
    That's great, but what am I missing, what was #02? I assume the Vampire's ecstasy double bill was #01.

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    Possibly Deep Throat part 2? They announced they were working on it but I haven't seen a date yet.
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    I think that Tim Lucas may have mentioned the Sarno title SIN IN THE SUBURBS as being worked on, possibly to include an audio commentary track by Lucas.

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    FILM MEDIA TO RESTORE LOST SARNO MOVIE
    WARM NIGHTS AND HOT PLEASURES

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    35mm Print Expands Sarno Archive and Joseph W. Sarno Retrospect Series

    May 10, 2017

    Film preservation organization Film Media announced today it has begun restoration on a 35mm print of Joseph W. Sarno’s “lost” 1964 film WARM NIGHTS AND HOT PLEASURES. Once restored, HD assets for WARM NIGHTS AND HOT PLEASURES will be scheduled for theatrical screenings, DVD / Blu-Ray and Digital release as part of the Joseph W. Sarno Retrospect Series under the Film Movement Classics label. The upcoming release marks the first-time WARM NIGHTS AND HOT PLEASURES will be available to home entertainment since its initial theatrical run.

    The 35mm print of WARM NIGHTS AND HOT PLEASURES was recently discovered in the vaults of Audubon Films, owned by pioneering filmmaker Radley Metzger, who had purchased and distributed the film to theaters in North America. Film Media would like to thank film historian Michael Bowen and director Scooter McCrae for their role in the acquisition.



    Cinematography for WARM NIGHTS AND HOT PLEASURES is by James J Markos, who also worked with Sarno on his early seminal films SIN IN THE SUBURBS and NUDE IN CHARCOAL.

    WARM NIGHTS AND HOT PLEASURES SYNOPSIS:

    Before achieving international fame with his 1969 Swedish breakout film Inga, director Joe Sarno honed his craft on a handful of erotic dramas shot in the USA. In 1964’s Warm Nights and Hot Pleasures, Joe tells the tale of three ambitious college girls who head to New York City, eager to make their mark on Broadway. Short on funds, the girls rent a room from a men’s magazine model and are soon immersed in a lurid world of wild parties, risque men’s clubs and sleazy casting couches. Lessons are learned and hearts are broken as each one decides just how far she will go for stardom.

    Featuring Bettie Page-style bondage and female wrestling, Warm Nights and Hot Pleasures is a sultry snapshot of Manhattan of the early 1960s.

    WARM NIGHTS AND HOT PLEASURES is the newest addition to Film Media’s archive of Joseph Sarno films, to be released as the Joseph W. Sarno Retrospective, featuring liner notes by film historian Tim Lucas.

    DVD, Blu-Ray and Digital Encodes of Vampire Ecstasy / Sin You Sinners, release 1 in the series, can be found at all leading retail and e-tailers including Amazon, FilmMovement and Alternative Cinema. Working with the Sarno Estate, Film Media continues to collect and preserve all existing Sarno films under one roof.

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    About Film Media:
    A film preservation organization dedicated to preserving, restoring and raising awareness of obscure and outstanding examples of independent cinema shot on motion picture film. For additional information on Film Media and its projects visit www.FilmMedia.org.
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