PHILADELPHIA – HotMovies.com announced today the release of its eighth exclusive classic from the famed but nearly impossible to find Command Cinema library. October Silk will premiere on the popular VOD site just in time for the month for which it was named.
Once again, legendary Producer/Director Cecil Howard agreed with HotMovies to screen the film in Pay-Per-Minute and streaming rental formats for an exclusive one-month run. Like most of Howard’s highly regarded movies from the 1980s, Silk has never seen a DVD release so those without a rare VHS or Beta copy will finally have the chance to view it, but only during the month of October.
“Howard’s movies are all special,” said HotMovies director of business development James Cybert. “They all have the right mix of plotting and eroticism, just enough lead-in to get the audience invested for the good stuff. What we really liked about this one is the amazing lineup of ten golden age starlets at their absolute hottest.”
Featuring a gorgeous cast of ’80s talent headlined by Abigail Clayton, Candida Royale, Howard favorite Samantha Fox, and redhead bombshell Lisa DeLeuew, the movie took home Hustler’s prize for Film of the Year in 1981 and was also voted as the top movie of the year by the magazine’s fans and the NY Critics Group.
Gloria Leonard, Arcadia Lake, Merle Michaels, Christine de Schaeffer, Christie Ford and Tara Smith round out the gorgeous cast of workers and guests at the naughty boutique that serves as the main setting in the film, which was produced by Howard and directed by late porn legend Henri Pachard.
Premiering originally in 1981, Silk shows off the duo’s eye for the naughty niche. Secretary sex? Check. Naughty nurse? Check. Dominatrix? Check. Cheerleaders? You bet. Not to mention a climax worthy of the term as one man gets all he can handle for the trio of voluptuous vixens.
The movie, said Howard, came about because of the success of another movie you will find exclusively on HotMovies.com. “I was having lunch with Henri Pachard one day and we decided for kicks to team up and make a movie together. The result was the famous, award-winning Babylon Pink. Because of the humongous success we had with that, we decided to go at it one more time.”