A deep insight into the Abysses of Human Act and Feel, extremely powerful impressions full of obsessions, cruelty and sexuality. The experimental Cinema by Karim Hussain and Mitch Davis crosses boundaries and does not know any taboos. Obscure images and sophisticated Audio-Design form cruel visions of the human subconscious. After years of Censorship Issues, Subconscious Cruelty and Divided Into Zero can finally be viewed complete and uncensored and can be experienced the way they were meant to be: Outstanding, taboo breaking Underground movies on a high level of Art.
Deep in South America, a Manson-like cult leader named Satan cavorts with his bevy of beautiful biker-chick followers while compelling them to kill in his name. When sexy American actress Terry London arrives with producer Max Marsh to shoot a new movie there, the creepy cult targets her and her friends with plans of murder, mayhem and the grisly sacrifice of her unborn baby. Is the final bloody massacre only a movie? Or is it the shocking footage of an actual murder committed before the camera?
Soon after moving into a house purchased at a suspiciously low price, a music critic and his sister experience unusual occurrences. A beautiful young girl frequently visits the house and secrets of the past are revealed in a most terrifying manner. Academy Award Nominations: Best (Black-and-White) Cinematography.
Ilsa, now a vicious warden, runs a mental-hospital for young women. A girl deliberately 'checks' in to the hospital to find out what has happened to her sister who stayed there. Meanwhile Ilsa and one of the guards are forcing the inmates to have sex with male prisoners, filming them and selling it as pornoflicks.
When three very different people (Mike Baldwin, Will Haza, Ali Lukowski) from three completely different worlds begin a deadly game of Russian Roulette, they soon discover that their pasts are a trilogy of overlapping events that have brought them together for one last session of group therapy.
Twelfth entry in the 'Carry On' series. Detective Bung (Harry H. Corbett) investigates a mad professor (Kenneth Williams) and his sister, who are turning their victims into shop window dummies. Those hamming it up in this Hammer horror spoof include Charles Hawtrey, Jim Dale, Joan Sims and Fenella Fielding.
Originally released in 1966, The Witches is an unforgettably chilling pastoral horror from the legendary Hammer Films studio. Adapted for the screen by Nigel Kneale (The Quatermass Xperiment) it also stars Joan Fontaine (Rebecca, Suspicion) in her last major film role. Gwen Mayfield, an English schoolteacher working in an African missionary, suddenly finds herself being victimized by a tribe of local witch doctors. Exposed to the deadly powers of the occult she's left deeply traumatized. In an effort to recover Gwen takes up a position in a rural school within the British countryside. But the idyllic village surroundings become increasingly sinister as Gwen begins to uncover a nightmarish web of dark and satanic secrets.
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