Climb It, Tarzan! Jan08

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Climb It, Tarzan!

In the dawn of the sexploitation era, aspiring glamour model Ginger learns the only available photo assignments are for salacious men’s magazines, and that she must risk eviction or must succumb to the sadistic perversions of dominating lesbian photographer Paula.

Climb It, Tarzan! is a fresh, titillating take on the “Good Girl Gone Bad in Hollywood” tale featuring a vast, all-female cast of more than 50 budding starlets!

Written & Directed by: Jared Masters

Stars: Jennicka Andersson, and Zrinka Dozic, Maura Murphy, & Corsica Wilson

 

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Released by www.alternativecinema.com

 

 

A stylized Los Angles of the 1960s – chocked  with girls in bikinis drinking highballs by the swimming pool – is the setting for CLIMB IT, TARZAN!, the hip new cinematic love-letter to mid-century sexploitation cinema available this fall from Independent Entertainment.
Inspired by that old chestnut about pretty girls being laid to waste on the Boulevard of Broken Dreams, CLIMB IT, TARZAN! is both parody and pastiche of the soft-core genre that reigned supreme until the early ‘70s hard-core breakout films DEEP THROAT and DEVIL IN MISS JONES.   Directed by Jared Masters (THE UMBRELLA) and produced by Michael Curri, with production design by Adam Trash, CLIMB IT, TARZAN! puts its best foot forward with its scenic locations, good-looking, female cast, and conscientious attention to period detail.  Throw in a villainous photographer, loads of T&A and a naïve heroine, and you have a story tailor-made for fans of nudie-cutie and retro erotic cinema!

A Titillating Tribute to Sexploitation Cinema Featuring an All Female Cast! In the dawn of the sexploitation era, aspiring glamour model Ginger (Jamie Devitt) learns the only available photo assignments are for salacious men’s magazines, and that she must risk eviction or must succumb to the sadistic perversions of dominating lesbian photographer Paula (Jennicka Andersson).   As naïve Ginger discovers first-hand that there’s no chance of becoming a wholesome pin-up queen, her secretive sister Janet (Jessica Hichborn) takes a job as a go-go dancer: baring her flesh by night and living out of a Venice Beach sailboat by day.

 

 

What critics are saying:

 
 
“For once, one of these throwback movies actually deliver on what they promise … very well … with some twists and turns, and loads and loads of beautiful, buxom ladies…  This movie hits all the right notes…. The music is fantastic, and fits the period it’s trying to capture perfectly…. This movie is a fetishist’s dream as every girl is dressed sexy, and tons of classic sexploitation set pieces play out in really nice ways…. I have to say that this is a damn good tribute to the trash of that era. I really, really recommend this one…”
– Ehren Hertel, rockshockpop.com
 
 
“I appreciate the effort it must of taken to dress up every actress in flawless renditions of Sixties Mod fashion … I admire the aesthetic in this film…. I have never seen such a textbook case of a pretty female cast being ‘all dressed up with nowhere to go.’”
 – Sinferno, horrorview.com
 
 
“Obscure cinema fans out there with a high tolerance level may get something out of this one…”
– KennyB, cinemaheadcheese.blogspot.com
 
 
“Some very attractive women are featured, with a few that actually posses some charisma and screen presence.”
         – Carroll Jenkins, 10kbullets.com
 
 
“This one’s strictly for fanciers of do-it-yourself cinema and other oddities.”
– Gary Dretzka, moviecitynews.com
 
 
“While there is no shortage of lovely ladies to ogle as the movie unfurled, this concept severely hampered any continuity in the story. Still not convinced? Well how about this for a cast list: Paula, Ginger, Susan, Renee, Fanny, Janice, Darlene, Wanda, Colleen, Pamela, Barbara, Vicki, Gail, Vicki, Tina, Karen, Laura, Amy, Geraldine, Charlotte, Marjorie, Brenda, Delores, Phyllis, Liz, Gay, Sheryl, Tracy, Jo, Holly, Lila, Bonny, Shannon, Georgina, Evelyn, Nancy, Misty, Linda, Carolyn, Tootise, Rosaline, Sandy, Debbie and someone credited as “Waitress”! Try cramming that lot into a 74 minute feature AND conjuring a cohesive narrative!”
– Marc Lissenburg, www.sexgoremutants.co.uk
 
 
“Think of it as the retro sleaze version of The Women.”
– Nathaniel Thompson, mondo-digital.com