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Chantal (2007)

Misty Mundae , Julian Wells , Tony Marsiglia  |  Unrated |  DVD
3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)

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  • Actors: Misty Mundae, Julian Wells, Andrea Davis, Darian Caine, Julie Strain
  • Directors: Tony Marsiglia
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.78:1
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Retro-Seduction Cinema
  • DVD Release Date: November 13, 2007
  • Run Time: 240 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (16 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000V6LTCG
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,128 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Director Tony Marsiglia and acclaimed erotica actress Misty Mundae team up again to deliver a harrowing remake of the shocking cult oddity from 1968. Chantal has just arrived in California to become a movie star. Beautiful, naïve and dangerously delusional, she wanders the boulevards looking for her first big break. There she meets Tracy, an actress-turned-prostitute, and the two of them begin an uneasy intimate relationship. Tracy warns of the harsh realities lurking beyond the glamorous façade of Hollywood, but Chantal s innocence makes her easy prey for monsters that inhabit the dark underbelly of the film business.

DVD Extras: Making of Chantal documentary; commentary with director and producer; commentary with director and star Misty Mundae; Misty Mundae Trailer Vault; Bonus feature film 1968 version of Chantal; commentary for 1968 version with Nick Philips and 42nd Street Pete; Nick Philips interview; Bonus featurette: These Girls are Fools (1956); Nick Philips Trailer VaultStarring Seduction Cinema icon Misty Mundae (SpiderBabe Cinemax, Bravo TV s 100 Scariest Movie Moments)Starring B Film and Penthouse Legend Julie Strain (Heavy Metal 2000, Black Dahlia Movie) Double Feature DVD Collection: Commentary, Interviews and More!

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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Not your typical Misty Mundae flick March 14, 2008
By L. Ross
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This is one of Misty Mundae's last exploitation skin flicks. Unlike most of her work, which is a lot of fun, her work with Tony Marsiglia is always more thoughtful. This film was made immediately after "Lust for Dracula". That movie was very confusing. This one makes much more sense, and I felt that I was watching an actual movie, only one with a lots of beautiful, naked women in it. That's very good. What kept this from being a five star film is that it is just such a downer, it kills the eroticism. There is a rape scene, where Andrea Davis rapes Misty while Darrian Caine gets the whole thing on film. In a standard Misty movie, all the above would happen without the rape, and it would be very hot. Instead, it's just painful to watch. Probably the best acting I've seen from Misty, she carries the movie on her slim shoulders. If you always wondered if Misty can act convincingly, this movie answers the question with a definite yes. If you enjoy seeing Misty kiss a bunch of hot naked women, trust me, that's not what this movie is about. Most of all, it made me sad that she has left this genre. She was the best there ever was.
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24 of 28 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Stars In Her eyes December 2, 2007
Here's a DVD that's been `coming soon' for about three years. Thankfully, it's been well worth the wait because Seduction Cinema have put together a superb package. The main event is a remake of Nick Phillips' late 1960s "Chantal" and this 2-disc set has that original feature on its second DVD along with an interview with the director and an audio commentary with Phillips and 42nd Street Pete. There's also a short film called `These Girls Are Fools'.

The main course, though, is Tony Marsiglia's stunning remake which features an utterly superb central performance from Misty Mundae as the innocent, wide-eyed titular character who dreams of becoming a movie star. However, she soon finds that far from being laced with tinsel, Hollywood is loaded with manipulative predators all too eager to lend a helping hand.

In some ways, this is Marsiglia's most straightforward film in terms of storytelling. There's none of the confusing narrative that characterized his previous release, Sinful, or the more dreamlike sequences in the excellent Lust for Dracula (Director's Cut). However, there are one or two moments of weirdness. For example, having been turned away from her first port of call, Chantal decides to lower her sights and enters the bowels of a decrepit hotel presided over by the creepy Pablo (Tony Marsiglia). On finding that she doesn't have enough money for a room even in this hell-hole, Pablo offers her a deal: he'll keep her suitcase and belongings with him, but he'll allow her to take two items with her. "Not the pink ones," he rasps excitedly like an obscene phone caller in imminent danger of a heart attack.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
2.0 out of 5 stars Awful, and yet oddly appealing. February 9, 2011
Chantal (Tony Marsiglia, 2007)

While it is certainly the case that Erin Brown, who goes by the name Misty Mundae when doing either softcore of low-budget horror (viz. Kurtzmann's The Rage), is hands down one of the most beautiful actresses in the softcore industry, it is often overlooked that, when she's given material she can really sink her teeth into, she's also a pretty decent actress (viz. Lucky McKee's Sick Girl). Because she's been typecast as a softcore actress, she rarely gets material of this caliber, but in her defense, she's willing to take roles that most softcore actresses wouldn't touch with ten-foot poles as long as they contain the possibility of pushing that particular envelope. Tony Marsiglia's Chantal, an anti-Horatio Alger tale about a fresh-faced young thing who tries (and fails) to make it in Hollywood is exactly that kind of role. It doesn't live up to its potential in any way, but it's certainly an interesting enough attempt to give it a watch.

Marsiglia, save his first (a no-budget 1995 horror flick called Phoenix that seems impossible to come by these days) and as-of-this-writing-most-recent (2009's Suzie Heartless, because Misty's off making CSI these days don't you know) features, has cast Misty Mundae in everything he's done, be it straight softcore (Lust for Dracula) or attempts to break out of the mold (this). Interestingly, said attempt to break out of the mold is actually a remake of an earlier softcore outing by porn/horror king Nick Millard (the original is included in this DVD release). Chantal was one of the eleven(!) flicks Millard directed in 1968, and is eminently forgettable--to everyone, it seems, save Marsiglia. It stuck in his craw enough that he had to remake it. And Misty Mundae is just about the perfect lead for this.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars Mistys pain overcomes her beauty June 7, 2011
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Misty Mundae has never looked better than in this movie and it may be her best effort so far as an actress.However the director chose to make this a much more cynical version than the original.I do not like seeing our girl beaten up, raped, and humiliated as the girl in the original version never had to go through this .(Chantal is a redo of a movie from the 60's).

The result was a complete collapse of Mistys resolve and she went into a crying fit that lasted over 4 hours.She brought back all the bad menories of her career, or should I say the the director brought back all the bad memories .The ending is disgusting for such a talented performer to have to under go.What was Marsiglia thinking?

As a result Misty never made another movie under the name of Misty Mundae and only one or two under the name of Erin Brown.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
great in this collection
Published 2 months ago by Rod Hineman
4.0 out of 5 stars A good movie, but I found it depressing.
This movie depicts all too accurately what happens to teenagers who naively seek their fortunes in the big city without having someone to support and protect them. Read more
Published 4 months ago by steamduck43
1.0 out of 5 stars Poorly made
Not worth the money requested for it. The movie was slow and the (why men want this type of thing) sex was awful, even for softcore.
Published 7 months ago by Amazon Customer
1.0 out of 5 stars stank
Didn't deliver squat, on any level. Wasn't exciting, wasn't informative, wasn't stimulating visually or intellectually, and except for being able to use the case for a different... Read more
Published 8 months ago by J. Munyon
2.0 out of 5 stars Much ado about nothing
A poorly made remake of a Class B original. I wonder why they bothered.
A waste of money. It's already in the garbage.
Published 16 months ago by Ken H
4.0 out of 5 stars didn't like the first one
didn't know anything about the movie huge misty mundae fan bought the movie didn't fast forward to the good parts actually watch it good movie
Published 16 months ago by michael p reitzel
1.0 out of 5 stars waste of money
This was pathetic. Didn't expect it to be G rated. Threw it in the trash following 1st partial viewing. Shafted!!!!
Published 17 months ago by ken spradling
2.0 out of 5 stars Very old school soft porn - not what I exepcted
Very old school soft porn - not what I exepcted from the description. I doubt I will revisit the actress or the series
Published 20 months ago by Richard
3.0 out of 5 stars good, but not worth $20+.
You should go into this movie realizeing what this movie is, an over the top exageration of an "innocent girl in the big cruel city" movie. Here is an example of the exageration. Read more
Published on October 19, 2009 by Topper In Missouri
4.0 out of 5 stars The most coherent Anthony Marsiglia movie.
The only conceit is her otherworldly naivete. There aren't male characters played by hot women or animals played by balls of hair and at no time should you suddenly realize that... Read more
Published on September 21, 2009 by Donald L. Denis
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