So, the other night I am out, and the DJ puts on Cerrone’s Super Nature, and I go into an early 80’s acid flashback to sitting in the Bijou Theater in Chicago, trying to figure out the first time I heard the tune, knowing it was most definitely a gay porno movie. No matter how hard I tried, I could only guess that it was most likely from a Nova Films movie, but which one?
So last night I zipped through the above videocassette, which contains 3 NOVA FILMS shorts: Caught in the Act (starring Buddy Preston, Joe Fuller, and Sam Hall – who catches the first two “in the act”); Young and Ready (starring Rusty Evans and Dino D’Angelo); and finally Policeman’s Ball (starring Guy Tait and Nick Coxe) – nope, plenty of overdubbed voices and disco-y music, but no Cerrone.
Then I tried How I Got The Story, (a collection featuring How I Got The Story, with Michael Christopher and Beau Matthews in a very hot pairing) and other than being irritated by the annoying music for the first feature (you’ll notice some disagreement on that note in the comments over here); and the second feature, Double Deal, with Jeff Wells and Mike DeMarco, which seemed to have a “dub” or instrumental version of a William Higgins’ theme from Members Only or These Bases are Loaded; and finally, Photo Play (with Quinn Curtis and Adam Stuart) – nice fashion show of clingy tiny clothes, before they give up on the pretense of a photo shoot and get into the sex, with various Casio-sounding tinny themes, then something with a drum, but alas, no Cerrone!
this is gonna take awhile, but fortunately for my time (but not my collection) I don’t have all the Nova films – but what if it’s not in a Nova Film, but maybe a Higgins??? Aaaarrrggghhhh!
(wish I had this original VHS and packaging; i have the crappy “Midnight Men” reissue that cuts off at the end!