The clip after the jump may be the most hilariously disturbing thing I have ever seen. A friend slipped this scene quietly onto a video he made for me and it changed my life forever. I have shown this video to everyone who I can force to watch it and the reaction has always been the same - beautiful howling horrors.
Enjoy! (NSFW *porn* after jump!!!)
NOTE: This scene features a blowjob. Yes, a blowjob. But it is unlike any blowjob you will ever again see, ever. It's not gonzo or gross or anything, it's just...well...it's wrong so many ways that don't even have to do with oral sex. You'll see.
That said - it is NOT SAFE FOR WORK.
This film features a slew of surrealistic scenes that are only vaguely sexy even though they feature tons of body parts. Masked men. Scenes in Hell. Talking fish. Cream of Wheat! What the heck is going on?
The film is Nightdreams. It is indeed a porno. But it is no ordinary porno. This film was a groundbreaking porno in that it was actually made to be - well - art! What there is for a story involves a woman in a mental institution who is sexually insane and whose dreams are being monitored by a pair of doctors. This is the springboard for all kinds of surreal sexual shenanigans - none of which are all that sexy. To that end it makes porno movie watchers unhappy, but they tend to start out unhappy anyway, so who cares. For the rest of us, it makes for a psychedelic trip full of disturbing imagery. The word I best saw associated with this film would be phantasmagorical.
The team behind Nightdreams is also rather unique. Director Francis Delia went on to direct lots of music videos (like Rockwell's "Somebody's Watching Me") and television. Co-writer Jerry Stahl went on to pen episodes for Moonlighting, thirtysomething, Twin Peaks, and ALF, before having a coke-induced breakdown that lead him to writing the best selling memoir Permanent Midnight. But the driving force behind this film is writer Stephen Sayadian, aka Rinse Dream. He moved quickly into the director's chair and became a cottage industry of his own. His other New Wave porns like Cafe Flesh and Dr. Caligari (not even straight porn - just a hard R) almost single handedly legitimized sex movies in the 80s. Almost.
And if you think the scene here is amazing, wait until you see what they do to Wall of Voodoo's version of "Ring of Fire". But you'll have to find your own copy to see that one!