A very little and nice village in Italy, Middle Ages. A woman is under legal action for adultery and three young men are trying to seduce three beautiful girls, one of them is the daughter of an unfaithful ‘Madonna’ (ancient Italian for lady) and another is a virgin scared about sex. The attempts to seduce the girls cross with the two lady’s intrigues, but the goal is for all to have sex with others. Continue reading
Two sisters from Austria, Ursula (Barbara Magnolfi) and Dagmar (Stefania D’Amario) check into a lavish seaside hotel in Italy. Still grieving the loss of their recently deceased father, they are warmly welcomed by the hotel’s owner and manager (Vanni Materassi) who invites them to check out the adjoining nightclub. They are introduced to the hilariously awful singer Stella Shining (Yvette Harlow) and the suave and debonair closet junkie Filippo (Marc Porel). It would all be deadly dull if it wasn’t for a mad unseen killer who’s going around raping and murdering the local women with a giant wooden dildo! A subplot involving a drug ring and lots of near hardcore sex fails to spice up things any further. Continue reading
Pierfrancesco Campanella’s first giallo (also his directorial debut). The plot is about a series of murders among homosexuals, but the erotic element is mostly represented in heterosexual couplings, so no worries there. Starring the always excellent Tomas Arana, with Alida Vali, Gioia Scola, Lorenzo Flaherty, Natasha Hovey and Barbara Scoppa. Continue reading
Orgasmo Erotico is a giallo/porn hybrid directed by Joe Damato & Mario Siciliano. This film is a succession of scenes from horror to dark gothic to hardcore. Between sexual violence and torture, the movie plays with a very loose script. There certainly are many of D’Amato’s themes on view: voyeurism, cannibalism, sadistic psychos, sex slaves, lesbianism, etc. Most of the actors are ones he usually works with and most of the music is also taken from his other films. Continue reading
Description: Two amateur armed robbers steal $5,000 from NY’s red light district, only to discover it was an intended protection payment to the mob. With Mafia hit men after them they seek shelter in a sleazy sex shop. Continue reading
Description: It’s the year 43 AD. Claudius reignes the Roman Empire, with Messalina,his attractive wife as Empress at his side. Messalina is a nymphomaniac, sex-obsessed woman who mercilessly exploits the domination of her husband to satisfy her unsatibly lust. Actively supported by Agrippina, Messalina turns the Roman court into a squalor of vices and perversions. One day, however, the emperor finds out whats going on behind his back and his revenge is cruel! Continue reading
Description: While doing research on the architecture and history of an ancient abbey, Eva Henger is sucked through her computer back in time to witness the various dark and naughty epochs and their sexual delights: * the monks of the early middle ages who practiced a special kind of asceticism, * an easy party in the 1930s, * the prosecution of Jewish women in the 1940s, * and decadent garden games in the 1700s, where Eva meets her black prince. During and in between her adventures, Eva still manages to return to watch herself in action on her Sony Multiscan 200SX Trinitron computer screen, a feat that drives her to the ultimate in voyeuristic ecstasy…before falling into the degrading clutches of the Inquisition. Continue reading
Suffocated from the strict atmosphere of her high school, Valeria has been experiencing erotic dreams with sadistic motorcyclist rapists, a doctor who decides more than an exam is in order and a torturous priest whipping her in pure delight. After leaving school she finds out that the her bourgeois family setting has something to do with her recurring dreams and suppressed desires. She idealistically seeks out romance and love, but falls short time and time again… Continue reading
Imdb Comment : A group of sensuous women publish “DIVA FUTURA” – a magazine to promote unrestrained sex, pleasure and happiness (that sounds a lot like Ilona Staller’s political campaign platform when she was elected to the Italian congress). But they find themselves persecuted by the owner of a condom factory and his thugs. Continue reading
Sasha Kramer (Roland Carey) and Helen Kramer (Pauline Teutscher) are a middle-aged couple who cannot have children but they still enjoy having sex with each other. When Sasha goes off to work Helen feels bored and lonely in their empty nest (house). Sasha suggests to Helen that she should take up a job to fill her lonely hours. In fact Sasha arranges for Helen to become a nanny (maid) to Madam Caracas teenage son named Alain (Giancarlo Zarillo). It being the summer school break Alain is all alone in his house when his mother Madam Caracas leaves for work. As Alains nanny Helen prepares his meals does his laundry and even tutors him in his school studies. Soon Alain becomes infatuated with Helen who in turn is fascinated with Alains youthfulness and virility. Helen and Alain become passionate lovers resulting in Helen becoming pregnant. Meanwhile on the other side of town Sasha is romancing Alains mother. It appears that all this is a set-up and Sasha has a hand in planning Helens pregnancy.
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Karin Schubert in greed and Ecstasy – a stunning trip through the depths of sexual confusion – let you show off how passionate and uninhibited the porn – Diva from Italy their perverse desires satisfied. She gave up her career as a serious actress continued to live out of only their pleasure in front of the camera. Today, Karin is the much-admired diva of the porn film. It is appreciated by their fans up in the innermost of the labia and courted. She is the highest paid star of the adult movies. Continue reading
D’Agostino’s outrageous first movie recalls Pasolini’s Salò but he gives us his own personal vision, exploiting his skills as a former painter, creating a fiercely blasphemous work and taking us into a dreamlike journey (better, a journey fluctuating between a dream and a nightmare) through a mental universe where the subconscious of a young man, after a serious car accident, projects the victim while lying on a hospital bed. D’Agostino keeps on playing with what is real or not, showing obscene and provocative tableaux vivants, imbued with incredible religious and heretic strenght. It’s the journey of this young man as a reincarnation of Messiah, fighting against a totalitarian and fascist society. Soon he will become a danger to the political, legal or religious leaders, who obscenely conjure in order to keep on exercising repression, corruption and depravation on the people, while indulging in the worst orgiastic excesses. It looks like the reinterpretation of Bible and Christ’s martyrdom, transposed in the 70s, along with an up-to-date neofascist Salò or just where Pasolini’s teenagers would be the young people and the SS executioners and senior officials the leaders of modern Italy, in dirty collusion with Church and high classes.
Hence such a a strange and captivating movie, with an unrepeatable series of images and scenes each more and more extravagant, with sequences both grotesque and disgusting (scatophily, urophily, orgy, heresy, bestiality, violence), where our Christ is the link.
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At a stage performance of Alexandre Dumas fils’ celebrated novel Camille, an old man reflects on the events which provided the inspiration for the story. He is Plessis, the father of Alphonsine, a celebrated courtesan who died five years ago from tuberculosis.
A country girl, Alphonsine was sold by her father to a neighbour before escaping to Paris to make a living as a seamstress and prostitute. The wealthy Count Stackelberg adopts her after the death of his own daughter, and then she marries the Count Perregaux. When she separates from her husband, Alphonsine returns to Paris and resumes her career as a prostitute, in spite of her declining health.
This sumptuous period drama from acclaimed Italian director Mauro Bolognini recounts the life of Alphonsine Plessis, the famous Parisian prostitute who was the inspiration for Alexandre Dumas’ novel Camille and Guiseppi Verdi’s opera La Traviata. Isabelle Huppert plays the leading role with delicacy and sensitivity, portraying Alphonsine as a vulnerable waif-like character who is constantly tormented by her ill health and her voracious sexual appetite. (filmsdefrance.com)
A young couple becomes embroiled with the personal problems of another couple on a yacht moored off Sicily during a turbulent weekend of fun, games, sex games, betrayal, spouse abuse, and murder.
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