Good Vibrations brings the San Francisco Independent Erotic Film Festival back for its fourth outing from September 12 through September 17. The festival starts this Saturday, September 12, with a sexy kick-off party at El Rio ($7, 9pm) featuring a screening of Courtney Trouble's Speakeasy and cigarette girls from Lusty Lady. For a trip through erotica's past, head to Amnesia on Sunday night where Dr. Carol Queen, Ph.D will host Blue Movie night, sharing clips from the 1920s through the 1960s from the Oddball Films archive. If you've always been curious about BDSM, check out Erin Palmquist's documentary BDSM: It's Not What You Think! at the Center for Sex and Culture on Tuesday at 7:30p. Wednesday evening brings a screening of the 1974 classic The Devil In Miss Jones at the Lumiere Theater followed by a Q&A with the film's star, Georgina Spelvin. All of the festival events lead up to the film competition at the Castro Theater on Thursday evening (screening at 8 pm).