Andy Warhol Collection (1968)

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This box set consists of the following DVDs;
Blood for Dracula (1974) , Flesh (1968) , Flesh for Frankenstein (1974) , Madame Wang's (1981) , Flesh for Frankenstein (1974) , Women in Revolt (1971) , Trash (1970) , Heat (1972)

Blood for Dracula
Force Video presents the much acclaimed and creative talents of Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey released for the first time in Australia on DVD.

The vampire Count Dracula requires the blood of young virgins to stay alive. Pretending to seek the hand in marriage of one of four aristocratic Italian sisters, he discovers that they are already very "modern" and up-to-date, and the impure blood that he sucks out of them only makes him violently ill.

A communist field hand uncovers his real identity and sets to save the youngest sister from being attacked by Dracula by deflowering her himself and then dismembering the helpless vampire in an orgy of bloodletting.

Flesh (1968)
Force Video presents the much acclaimed and creative talents of Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey released for the first time in Australia on DVD.

In a somewhat esoteric plot, Joe Dallesandro plays a heroin junkie who works as a prostitute to support his habit and fund an abortion needed by the girlfriend of his lesbian wife.

His seedy encounters with delusional and damaged clients, and dates with drag queens and hustlers are heavy on sex, drugs and decadence.

Director Paul Morrissey concentrates on the failed lives of his characters. In particular, Joe meandering through his life casually receiving oral sex from a dim-witted ex-girlfriend or offering sexual favours in a public restroom for a few bucks.

Flesh for Frankenstein
Force Video presents the much acclaimed and creative talents of Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey released for the first time in Australia on DVD.

A mad scientist, married to his sister, spends his time kidnapping, cutting up and sewing together young people in order to create perfect male and female specimens.
But when the wife's latest field-hand lover realizes that the head of his best friend is now attached to her brother's latest experiment (takes a bit of thought that one!), Dr. Frankenstein's monster goes berserk, killing and crushing and disembowling.

Madame Wang's
Force Video presents the much acclaimed and creative talents of Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey released for the first time in Australia on DVD.

A masochistic East German, (Patrick Schoene) comes to L.A. looking for Jane Fonda to help lead "The Revolution". He jumps ship just before dock and swims ashore to find a group of people living in an old abandoned building. Some sell junk at the local flea market (one crazy looking dude likes to sniff door handles), others sell their bodies for money.
It is at one of these markets that we meet Madame Wang, owner of a way out venue for Punk bands to get their start.
The East German has no luck finding Jane Fonda so instead decides to live the American Lifestyle for a while, donning soccer jerseys (which he thinks all Americans wear) and hoping he can score a Mercedes from a rich sugar Mama. Without a cent to his name he tries an audition at Madame Wang's. With a knife in hand and to a grinding guitar the masochist carves a space for himself on the stage and into Madame Wang's books!

Flesh for Frankenstein
Force Video presents the much acclaimed and creative talents of Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey released for the first time in Australia on DVD.

A mad scientist, married to his sister, spends his time kidnapping, cutting up and sewing together young people in order to create perfect male and female specimens.
But when the wife's latest field-hand lover realizes that the head of his best friend is now attached to her brother's latest experiment (takes a bit of thought that one!), Dr. Frankenstein's monster goes berserk, killing and crushing and disembowling.

Women in Revolt
Force Video presents the much acclaimed and creative talents of Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey released for the first time in Australia on DVD.

Three beautiful girls from different walks of life are drawn together through their problems relating to men.
High society girl Candy suffered incest, middle class Jackie is frigid and street-level Holly is a self confessed nymphomaniac. Lost and in need of direction, the group integrate with the newly fashionable Women's Lib Movement. Together they decide to become lesbians and career professionals. Disillusion and exploitation are just around the corner.

Trash
Force Video presents the much acclaimed and creative talents of Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey released for the first time in Australia on DVD.

Joe (Dallesandro) is a long-haired stud who's so strung out on heroin that he can't get aroused. Of course, he's also so high that he doesn't really care, even when an amorous young woman (Geri Miller) strips and go-go dances for him.
In the quest for gear, he visits every quarter of The Village meeting a wealthy acid-head, a high school stoner and a bored couple who's idea of cool is a junkie passing out in their living room. Getting it on with his girlfriend's pregnant sister is one way of noising things up on the home front but Joe does it all with style and grace.

Heat (1972)
Force Video presents the much acclaimed and creative talents of Andy Warhol and Paul Morrissey released for the first time in Australia on DVD.

Hollywood 1979.

Sylvia Miles is a star of yesteryear who puts in the odd stint on gameshows and TV movies.

Joe Dallesandro is an unemployed one time child actor who moves into a shabby motel full of freaks and 279'ers where the landlady (Pat Ast) drops the rent on a quid pro quo basis.

The star's wannabe lesbian daughter who also lives in the motel hands it to Joe on a plate, as does her mother. Can "Little Joe" get back on top by spring-boarding from bed to bed?

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Starring
Joe Dallesandro
Udo Kier
Arno Juerging
Maxime McKendry
Milena Vukotic
Dominique Darel
Stefania Casini
Silvia Dionisio
Inna Alexeievna
Gil Cagne
Emi Califri
Eleonora Zani
Vittorio De Sica
Directed by
Paul Morrissey
Music
Claudio Gizzi
Peter D. Kaye
John Cale
Genre Year Running Time Format Region Coding Multi
Disc (8)
Various 1968 789 576i (PAL) 1 2 3 4 5 6
Video
Widescreen Varies, NOT 16x9 Enhanced
Audio
English Dolby Digital 1.0
Subtitles
 
Extras
Main Menu Audio, Main Menu Audio, Main Menu Audio
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