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Now Playing on SUNDANCE CHANNEL: A DIRTY SHAME, THE ORGASM DIARIES, more sexy stuff

Selma Blair in John Waters' A DIRTY SHAME
Sweaty, hot, gnarly, thrilling — summer sex is all that, and also often hilarious. From John Waters’ delightful parody A DIRTY SHAME to the angsty adultery of LITTLE CHILDREN (don’t let the name throw you), we’ve got sexy summer movies to satisfy your every desire.

Start things off with a scream as Thriller Thursday brings you X, the heart-pounding tale of two hookers, one trying to survive her last day and another her first day on the job.

It’s an erotic Australian thrill ride starring the lovely Viva Bianca and Hanna Mangan Lawrence (both from Spartacus: Vengeance) wearing not a whole lot.
X Thursday at 10P


Then tickle your funny bone with this week’s War of Independents, a head-to-head grudge match pitting US versus UK films. John Waters’ kinkfest A DIRTY SHAME, starring Tracey Ullman, Johnny Knoxville, Chris Isaak and Selma Blair as an exhibitionist with oversize knockers, shows up our national hypocrisy about sex: We’re both obsessed and prudish to an unhealthy degree.

Yes, it got an NC-17. Yes, it’s shocking, twisted and depraved. Yes, it’s hilarious. Need we say more?
A DIRTY SHAME Friday at 10P


In PUBLIC SEX, a.k.a. DOGGING: A LOVE STORY, Simon Ellis’s highly unconventional Brit romcom, a journalist investigates the practice of having public sex in parking lots.

It’s a raunchy, crude love story, as the journo finds a new love interest while doing his research.
PUBLIC SEX Friday at 11:25P


This week’s Lovers Lounge brings you THE ORGASM DIARIES, about a young couple whose summer sex photos are “discovered” and put on display.

Ashley Horner’s steamy drama explores what happens when the outside world intrudes on erotic intimacy.
THE ORGASM DIARIES Sunday at 12:05A


And finally, we’ve got Todd Field’s adaptation of the Tom Perrotta novel LITTLE CHILDREN in this week’s Movies We Love Lust, an exploration of marriage and adultery, choices and consequences.

Kate Winslet and Patrick Wilson star as suburbanites dissatisfied with their lives who decide to act on their desires.
LITTLE CHILDREN Sunday at 10P

Photo credit: New Line Cinema