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Fantastic Orgy / Champagne Orgy 
Written by: on November 19th, 2014


Theatrical Release Dates:
USA, 1977 (Fantastic Orgy), USA, 1978 (Champagne Orgy)
Director: Carlos Tobalina (Both Films)
Cast: Lesllie Bovee, Annette Haven, John Holmes, Iris Medina, Mimi Morgan, Sharon Thorpe, Desiree West (Fantastic Orgy), Daoud Alar, Chriss Beam, Chuck Betz, Rewven Chase, Valerie Darlyn, Mike Horner (Champagne Orgy)

DVD Release Date: November 11th, 2014
Approximate Running Times: 72 minutes (Fantastic Orgy), 77minutes (Champagne Orgy)
Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1 Anamorphic Widescreen (Both Films)
Rating: XXX
Sound: Dolby Digital Mono English (Both Films)
Subtitles: N/A
DVD Release: Vinegar Syndrome
Region Encoding: Region 0 NTSC
Retail Price: $19.98


Fantastic Orgy: A young woman with filmmaking aspirations puts together her first film.

Not much going on in this film which opens with a very brief set up and from there is it nonstop sex scenes, the majority of which are carried over from other films also directed by Carlos Tobalina. The film’s finale a sex scene with its leading lady Iris Medina and John Holmes is the only sex scene that has not been recycled from another film.

Champagne Orgy: After a long day on the film set an adult filmmaker invites his cast and crew over for a champagne party that quickly turns into an orgy.

Another film that it light on plot, while serving up a heavy does when it comes to sex. And though this film does make a feeble attempt at humor is mostly consists of corny one liners and then there is a grey haired white man in a leisure suit with a very large afro, who oddly never gets in on the action.

Structurally this film is book-ended with a sex scene which reappears later on in the film as part of the orgy sequence. Unfortunately when compared to other orgy scenes this one is not going to ignite anyone’s libido and the end result is best described a pedestrian.

The DVD:

Vinegar Syndrome present both films in anamorphic widescreen that preserves their intended aspect ratios. Quality wise bot transfer look great as colors are nicely saturated, details always look crisp and there are no issues with compression.

Each film comes with one audio option, a Dolby Digital mono minx in English. Dialog comes through clearly and everything sounds balanced.

Extras for this release are limited to a trailer for each film. Overall another strong audio / video presentation from Vinegar Syndrome.

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