Thursday, March 27, 2014

Sock It to Me Baby (1968)

Director: Lou Campa

Writer: Ronald Edwards

Composer: N/A

Starring: Ileen Wreffer, Larry Hunter, Rosina Martin, Dina St. Helena, Gillian Martine, Illya Souvern, Ron Wreffer, Bobby Niles, Richard Bennett, Patrice Dinehart, Richard Kennedy, Linda Herb, Theresa Faiello, Dotty Kaly, Jeanne Serta, Alice Bozy, Carolyn Barbato, Tony La Rocca, Dom Conte

More info IMDb

Plot: A bored couple separately seduces young girls, when the husband becomes obsessed with and begins to pamper a young neighbor with disastrous results.

My rating: 6/10

Will I watch it again? Noop.

Now here's something I can sink my teeth into. Gratuitous 1960s Go-Go babes!

That's not me in the first pic although it would be (at first, until I surveyed the landscape and swooped in for the kills).  I dig shit like this.  B&W boobs are awesome (and so are the 60s washed out color ones).  Ron Baker (Hunter) is a bored husband of a wealthy and (unbeknownst to him) a closet lesbian.  She's not satisfying him sexually and so he drinks...and he gambles...and he's lookin' fer love in all kinds of places.  The thing is, his wife is bangin' some of the broads he is.  But that's OK for us viewers.  We get to benefit from it.

Ron's been drinking and he's got designs on an underage pretty.  Meet Tina (Wreffer).

She's a horrible actress.  But she does like to read Spider-Man comic books.

But then Ron likes to drink and fuck...and in that order.

Tina's got a nice ass...and cans to boot.

What saves this picture is the abundance amount of nudity, it's in black & white and it's only 85 minutes long which doesn't feel to bad.  Usually pictures like this are loaded with filler and they're boring as hell.  The music was hit and miss, with the latter being a somber jazz rendition of "Nobody Knows the Trouble I've Seen".  Talk about a buzz kill.  For what it is, it's reasonably entertaining although you'll have a hard time sitting through Ileen Wreffer's rough, childish acting.  She plays it way too young, retarded or high on the reefer (or all three).  Otherwise, it's not that bad.

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