What's to love: I love the hotties of the 70's which is not limited to but including porn stars. I love em. Real women or at least more real women. The Disco Exorcist has real women! Naked. Hot. Fucking. Ladies, there are also men. I will not speak to their attractiveness, but I can assure you that they're real. The fantasy is over... it's like marriage. If this is the only reason you watch Disco Exorcist that's fine with me, but you'll be leaving a lot on the table.
What's it about? Stud falls in love with bitchin' disco babe. Stud then falls in love with new, porn star disco babe. First disco babe is mondo pissed off-o and goes Voodoo on his yellow tighty whities wearing ass and the asses of several bodacious babe. Effects ensue.
Does that do it for you? It should. It's like a low budget Boogie Nights with more naked people and Beyond the Door level effects work.
Now if you like high budget productions this movie is not for you. If you do not like men and women being treated as sexual eye candy, exploited to perfection and mauled with Crayola red paint... this ain't for you. The Disco Exorcist has an audience that can appreciate it's budget, see past it's budget driven flaws and realize that you can still make a movie that feels like a movie show straight out the Deuce today (unlike Dear God No).
I have a lot to check out after enjoying this movie. Its Director, Richard Griffin, has a whole slew of pictures with names that inspire and wow.
Dr. Frankenstein in a Women's Prison. Atomic Brain Invasion. Nun of That. Beyond the Dunwich Horror.... I need more time in the day. I especially need to check out Dark Night of the Demon House, Griffin's faux trailer for Stephen Romano Presents Shock Festival.
Go pick it up at Wild Eye Releasing's website HERE. Or you can follow the link below if you prefer Amazon.