How far would you go for fame, fortune, sex and… really great piano playing skills? Would you sell your soul to the Devil? Would you trade in your meager existence for someone else’s far better one? Tough decisions. But, what’s much easier than that is bowing before the altar of Terror Transmission and giving yourself fully to our commentary on 1971’s The Mephisto Waltz. Drift off to an eternal slumber of film background, the sensitive Alan Alda, ’70s love sandwiches, the fine art of selectivity, fanny lust, sex lords, teeth tangents, pre-teen soap opera addiction, hard spankings and other multilingual divinations from two horny (but handsome) drunks in creepy masks. By sweet Shalimar, let it be done!
What Matt’s Drinking | Mephisto Waltz – Piano | Mephisto Waltz – Orchestra | Franz Liszt | Kincaid: A Paranormal Casebook | The Streets of San Francisco | The Voice of Quinn Martin Productions Is… | Star Trek: And The Children Shall Lead | Barbara Parkins | Jacqueline and Her Two Wet Friends | Night Gallery: Return of the Sorcerer | Milk of Magnesia | Key Party | Prodigal Son (A Libertine’s Lament) – The Electric Hellfire Club | Nellie’s Evil Replacement on LHotP | Aubrey Beardsley | SuicideGirls: UK Holiday (NSFW) | There Goes The Neighborhood – Body Count | Star Filter | Mikkos Cassadine and the Ice Princess Plot