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erotic film

Film magazines such as Continental Film Review, Eroscore, Sex Stars System, Cinema Sewer, Cinesex, Ciné Eros Star and Cinema X.

Sexploitation film slicks 1963–1973

from the Badmags site.

The list of titles is rather evocative, titles from the Badmags page include:

Adam Film Quarterly, Adam Film World, Adult Art Films, Adult Movies Illustrated, Art Films Review, Banned, Barred, Bizarre Films, Bizarre Films, Candid Press, Celluloid Capers, Cine Femmes, Cinema Close-Up, Cinema Keyhole, Cinema Scorchers, Cinema Sizzlers, Cinema X, Cinerotic, Contact Films, Cropped Crotches, Daring Films, Dynamic Films, Eroscreen, Erotic Film Reviews, Exotic Cinema, Fiery Films, Film Inferno, Films of the Erotic Cinema, Flick, Flicks, Hollywood Sex Queens, Hot Flicks, Mod Cinema, Mondo Freudo, Movie X, Movies International, Naked Films, Night and Day, Raw Flix, Raw!, Sensuous Sinema, Shocker, Shocking Screen, Sin Sinema, Sin-ema Around the World, Skin Film, The Erotic Cinema, The Exploiter, The Reel Thing, The Wild Wild Films, Torrid Film Reviews, Untamed Cinema, Wild Screen Reviews, Wildest Films, X Films, X Rated Films --[1]




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