Written by: Cliff Wood on December 26th, 2014
Theatrical Release Date: Various
Cast: Sharon Mitchell, Maria Tortuga, Chris Cassidy, Phaedra Grant, Aunt Peg, Leslie Winston, Jennifer West, Joey Silvera, Jamie Gillis
DVD Released: January 13th, 2015
Approximate Running Time: 124 minutes (Volume 6), 114 minutes (Volume 7), 111 minutes (Volume 8)
Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1 Aspect Ratio
Sound: Dolby Digital Mono (Projector Sound Only)
DVD Release: Impulse Pictures
Region Coding: Region 0 NTSC
Retail Price: Each DVD is Sold Separately $24.95
42nd Street Forever – The Peep Show Collection Volume 6, 7 and 8 continue the trend of fifteen 8mm loops for each release. For those new to this series a quick overview. All of these 8mm loops are silent and only on a rare occasion is there any semblance of a plot. Also the first five loops are boy / girl scenes, the next five loops are group sex scenes and the last five loops are lesbian.
Standout 8mm loops from Volume 6 include the second loop with a midget titled ‘Little Man, Big Cock’, the seventh ‘untitled’ loop involving a life raft and a surf board and the tenth also ‘untitled’ loop featuring Joey Silvera who arrives home to find an orgy with a black man in white gloves and a tux taking place on his couch.
Standout 8mm loops from Volume 7 include the third loop titled ‘A Lesson for Karen’ where a young woman is spanked on a couch, the sixth loop ‘untitled’ which involves a pizza man getting in on some action and a the fourteenth loop titled ‘Lustful Ladies’, features some lesbian action.
Standout 8mm loops from Volume 8 include the second loop titled ‘Hang Glider’ where a man wakes up to a nice surprise, the fourth loop titled ‘Teri’s Job Interview’ the title sums this one up, the sixth loop titled ‘Piss Freaks’ with Jamie Gillis urinating and getting his freak on and the ninth loop titled ‘Motel Pussy’ which revolves around a man having sex with the cleanup lady, while his girlfriend is taking a shower.
Solely based on the quality of the loops, the strongest of these three releases is easily Volume 8.
Each DVD comes with fifteen 8mm loops transferred from original film elements. Though the quality varies throughout this release, all of the 8mm shorts look crisp. Print damage is mild and there also some instances of color fluctuation.
This release comes with one audio option, which is essentially the sound of the projector playing over each 8mm loop.
Extras for each DVD are limited to booklet with informative liner notes written by Cinema Sewer publisher Robin Bougie. The main menu gives you two options, you can watch all of the 8mm loops at once or you can view them individually. Overall Impulse Pictures unleashes three more volumes of their 42nd Street Forever – The Peep Show Collection that are audio / video wise are on par with their previous releases.