Bad Girls Go To Hell/Another Day Another Man
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Gigi Darlene learns that bad girls go to hell when she's attacked by a janitor with bad teeth, accidentally kills the guy, then flees to New York--where her troubles really begin! With its crazed plot, rampant nudity, and predatory sex maniacs, BAD GIRLS GO TO HELL is one of director Wishman's wildest "roughies" which, amazingly, was theatrically re-released in 1998!
In the second feature, ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER MAN, Ann, a "Miss Prim" with a giant hairdo, doesn't approve of her friend Tess' occupation as a prostitute, nor of Tess' employer, Bert the pimp. But when Ann's husband suddenly gets a mysterious illness, she has to find some way to pay the bills and, yup, quickly becomes one of Bert's girls. With a hilariously tragic ending and Wishman's trademark camerawork that seems to be constantly distracted by inanimate objects, ANOTHER DAY, ANOTHER MAN also stars Gigi Darlene as a hooker whose hayseed boyfriend gets manhandled by sexy twins Rita and Darlene Bennett. Two lunatic masterpieces from the woman who gave the world Deadly Weapons and Double Agent 73.
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- Trailers for six Doris Wishman movies
- Doris Wishman Gallery of Exploitation Art
- Classic Drive-In Intermission Shorts
- Drive-In Adult Book Pitch
- "Let's Go to the Drive-In!" an interactive feature allowing uninterrupted playback of almost three hours worth of Doris Wishman drive-in madness!
Top Customer Reviews
So technically, this DVD is perfect, the only thing one misses is an audio commentary by Doris or Gigi. But then, that might be too much to ask. On to the films themselves:
"Bad Girls go to Hell" is a classic, starring the bautiful Gigi Darlene who experiences a nightmarish never-ending sequence of rape, beating, sexual harrasment. The picture is dream-like with very little conversation, nearly with no story-line to follow. All in all a surreal experience, like Vampyr or Dementia but adding a lot of sexiness (not really nudity).
"Another Day, another Man" is far inferior. Even less nudity, a standard plot of two girls (one being a hooker, but wants to become an ordinary girl - one ordinary girl who does it vice versa) much more talky and showing less confidence. Gigi Darlene,not so vulnerable and wide-eyed as in Bad Girls, plays the hooker but has put on some pounds (or has become pregnant?) making her look less attractive and the role does not suit her.
I purchased this DVD as a replacement of my VHS of Bad Girls and therefor am not at all disappointed by the second feature's failure to entertain.
"Bad Girls Go To Hell" (1965) is the story of Meg Kelton (Gigi Darlene), whose husband Ted (Alan Yorke) goes off to work one day. Meg is then sexually assaulted by the owner of the building, who warns her not to let her husband know what has happened. When Ted goes off to work again, the sleaze ball leaves Meg a message to come visit him or else her husband will find out what has happened (I guess Meg believes Ted will think it was her fault she was raped). Meg tries to buy off the guy, but when he attacks her again she kills him. Fleeing Boston for New York City, Meg now says she is Ellen Green from Chicago. What happens next is that she ends up in a series of encounters with people who are apparently trying to help her, but who get her into just more sleazy encounters. Then we get something of a "Twilight Zone" twist at the end.Read more ›
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The product was damaged from the moment we opened it. It was represented as "new" when we made the purchase. New doesn't come damaged with deep and multiple scratches.Published on January 2, 2013 by Patricia
At this writing, Amazon is listing this as the rare, OOP 2000 edition, but it is actually the 2011 edition. Read morePublished on June 9, 2012 by Rick
Hi everybody! I really trashed this movie when I first viewed and reviewed it. After leaving it on the shelf for over a year I decided to try again and I admit that I may have... Read morePublished on April 7, 2002 by WLR
Something Weird Video does it again with this fantastic double feature of two of Doris Wishman's greatest "roughies". Read morePublished on February 14, 2002 by Byron Kolln