Sleaze 'o Rama

Friday, February 14, 2003

The nationwide multiplication of multiplexes has left little screen-space for films designed solely to shock and disgust. But once upon a time, movies with names like "Barbed Wire Dolls" and "Nude on the Moon" were featured daily in theaters along the Great White Way. OTM's Rex Doane fondly remembers the golden age of Exploitation Cinema.

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