Drive-In Collection: The Vixens of Kung Fu/Oriental Blue movie was released Jul 09, 2013 by the CAV Distributing studio. VIXENS OF KUNG FU: After being brutally assaulted by a group of men, a young prostitute in taken in by a secret sect of beautiful female kung-fu masters, who teach her about the erotic side of martial arts. Drive-In Collection: The Vixens of Kung Fu/Oriental Blue video ORIENTAL BLUE: Madam Blue runs an underground white slave trade operation in a hidden apartment beneath a Chinese restaurant. Drive-In Collection: The Vixens of Kung Fu/Oriental Blue film Her evil henchmen kidnap nubile women off the city streets and subject them to the most unspeakable acts of pleasure.
inconfessible orgies of Emmanuelle, Macumba Sexual, Mansion of the living dead, The sexual story of O
Street Date 10/09/2013
Publisher: Severin |
Four uncut fever dreams of unbridled depravity from the bizarre mind of Jess Franco. INCONFESSIBLE ORGIES OF EMMANUELLE: French television starlet Muriel Montosse, billed here as Vicky Adams, is the luscious beauty who inflames the beaches and bedrooms of a Mediterranean resort city. But when she is seduced into a very public act of lesbian lust by a sultry stripper, Emmanuelle unzips a torrent of erotic pleasure that takes her from ecstasy to brutality and beyond. MACUMBA SEXUAL: The ever-alluring Lina Romay ñ as her alter ego Candy Coster ñ stars as a young wife haunted by erotic hallucinations of the mysterious Princess Obongo - an eye-popping performance by allegedly transsexual Ajita Wilson of SADOMANIA fame. Also include "Mansion of the Living Dead" and "The Sexual Story of O."
Sexploitation fantasy based on a real Hong Kong political issue, Lost Souls takes sex and violence quite seriously. One of the first movies to deal with the plight of Chinese youth escaping to the then-British colony, the film throws realism out the window for a titillating romp in which beautiful girls are used and abused in the best tradition of erotic exploitation cinema.
A twisted treasure from Hollywood’s pre-Code horror heyday, Island of Lost Souls is a cautionary tale of science run amok adapted from H. G. Wells’s novel The Island of Dr. Moreau. In one of his first major movie roles, Charles Laughton is a mad doctor conducting ghastly genetic experiments on a remote island in the South Seas, much to the fear and disgust of the shipwrecked sailor (Richard Arlen) who finds himself trapped there. Erle C. Kenton’s touchstone of movie terror is elegantly shot by Karl Struss, features groundbreaking makeup effects that inspired generations of monster-movie artists, and costars Bela Lugosi in one his most gruesome roles.
The citizens of Gothum City are under attack by smut filmmakers and only one hero can help! Bat Pussy (Dora Dildo) hangs out in her secret headquarters (aka an outhouse). When her “twat begins to twitch,” warning her of imminent crime, Bat Pussy hops on her Holy Hippity-Hop to foil the grotesque sex schemes of un-happily married couple Buddy and Sam! Considered to be the first porn parody, BAT PUSSY is the no-fi sexploitation messterpiece of your wildest dreams. And also your most horrifying nightmares. The unidentified lunatic filmmakers have never been located, providing further proof that this movie was most likely made by extraterrestrials.
El gran amor del conde Drácula, Le grand amour du comte Dracula
Street Date 27/09/2016
Publisher: Vinegar Syndrome |
After their carriage breaks down and their driver is killed in a freak accident, a group of young women are forced to spend the night in a strange and isolated former sanatorium, which has just been purchased by the secretive Dr. Marlow (Paul Naschy). Unbeknownst to the visitors, Dr. Marlow is actually Count Dracula, and stalking the sanatorium are his recently turned vampire slaves. Soon the guests begin to be attacked by the ravenous bloodsuckers, while Dracula sets his sights on the beautiful virgin Karen, deciding to offer her his hand in marriage...
A girl on the verge of womanhood finds herself in a sensual fantasyland of vampires, witchcraft, and other threats in this eerie and mystical movie daydream. Valerie and Her Week of Wonders serves up an endlessly looping, nonlinear fairy tale, set in a quasi-medieval landscape. Ravishingly shot, enchantingly scored, and spilling over with surreal fancies, this enticing phantasmagoria from director Jaromil Jireš is among the most beautiful oddities of the Czechoslovak New Wave.
In this shattering variation on "The Monkey's Paw," grief-stricken suburban parents (Academy Award nominees John Marley of THE GODFATHER and Lynn Carlin of FACES) refuse to accept the news that their son Andy (Richard Backus) has been killed in Vietnam. But when Andy returns home soon after, something may be horribly wrong: Andy is alive and well... or is he? Produced and directed by Bob Clark (BLACK CHRISTMAS) and written by Alan Ormsby (DERANGED), DEATHDREAM was one of the very first films to confront the domestic ravages of the Vietnam War. More than forty years later, it remains one of the most chilling horror films of all time.
A woman is driving down a road, and the car stalls out,she then disappears after a sand storm randomly comes. A sheriff and deputy come to check it out and the deputy is left behind to investigate. He follows a mysterious trail of horse shoe prints and finds his way into a ghost town and attempts to figure out where the girl is and how to save her if need be.
Variously known as In the Eye of the Hurricane, Lusty Lovers, El Ojo del huracán, La volpe dalla coda di velluto and Suspicion this 1971 Italian/Spanish giallo is a hugely enjoyable and very stylish addition to the "Murder on the Med" strand of movies originally popularized by Umberto Lenzi and US star Carroll Baker.
his adaptation of Lewis Carroll's Alice in Wonderland mixes animation and live action to create a dreamlike world, but don't let that fool you into thinking it's simply a kid's film. Young Alice (Kristyna Kohoutová, spoken by Camilla Power) watches a stuffed and mounted rabbit come to life in her playroom and follows it through a magical drawer into a strange world that resembles a 19th-century toy store come to life, with a few specimens from a natural history museum thrown in. Czech animator Jan Svankmajer retains the familiar story elements but tweaks them with bizarre imagery brought to herky-jerky life with his spasmodic style of stop-motion animation. The caterpillar becomes a sock puppet with dentures, while other crazy creatures materialise as creepy skull-headed beings that bleed sawdust. Throughout the tale Svankmajer returns to punctuating close-ups of Alice's lips telling the story, just to remind us that this is a tale told. In the best surrealist tradition Svankmajer uses familiar objects in unfamiliar ways, giving a fantasy quality to the banal (and the not so banal) while tipping the dream logic to the edge of nightmare. While the imagery remains more unsettling than genuinely disturbing, younger children will certainly be happier with Disney's brightly coloured animated classic Alice in Wonderland. Older children and adults will better appreciate Svankmajer's sly visual wit and unusual animation style. --Sean Axmaker
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