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1) Fritz 
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Wednesday, 11 July 2018 02:47 AM Permalink

A Canadian wrote:

I think the Metro theatre on Bloor Street was the longest survivor in Toronto.

Yep. Sadly, the Metro closed for good in 2013. Like Eve and its sister theatre Eden next door, it was primarily a porn house, though on occasion Ilsa and other nudie grindhouse fare would play at these venues. There was also Cinema 2000, a stroke palace that showed video-porn a block south of the Coronet. It was briefly infamous for prompting feminist street protests during the screening of the Michael Findlay hoax Snuff in 1977.

But the two most bona fide grindhouse establishments in the Big Smoke were the Rio and the Biltmore, both almost side-by-side on the same block as Cinema 2000. Like true urban grindhouses, they screened four movies for three bucks, changing the roster every few days. For the price of a fast-food meal, you could see a second-run B-movie, a kung fu flick, a European or Japanese sex/action import, and (with luck) a GIMP-heavy roughie from the 60's or early 70's.

Until the 1980's (when home video came along), Toronto was soft-core only, so popular HC fare like Deep Throat or The Devil in Miss Jones was either banned or heavily cut. On the other hand, violence, nudity, gore and bondage popped up regularly on the big screen, so there was no shortage of Ilsa, Story of O, Clockwork Orange, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, among many other non-penetrative adult titles. And that was just fine by me.
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