Young reporter Vivian interviews the mysterious undertaker Frederick, who tells her the story of deceased mafioso Robert Downing, who was recently buried on his cemetary. Downing has to procure an ancient relic that is said to have magic powers for a mysterious employer from the house of mafia boss Jimmie Levinson.. There a little party takes place. Levinson has just ordered to brutally murder the wife of his biggest rival Paul Pattucci. Shortly after his wifes death, Pattuccis dead body is found.
Nell and her husband Steven are looking for a business aswell as a home, where they come across the Lusman Arms apartment block. They move in and begin renovationg the building, in which a series of wierd killings take place. When she finally discovers the supernatural evil behind it all, she gets more than she bargained for! Audio commentary by director Tobe Hooper and writers Jace Anderson and Adam Gierasch. Audio commentary by producers Terry Potter and Jackie Quella. Electronic Press Kit. 'The American Nightmare' documentary. Theatrical trailer. Stills gallery. Biographies. Film notes.
Series Two of Michael Mann's Crime Story continues with Lieutenant Mike Torello (Dennis Farina) maintaining his obsessive pursuit of merciless gangster Ray Luca (Anthony Denison) on the mob-controlled streets of 1960s Las Vegas. Episode titles: The Senator The Movie Star and The Mob, Blast from the Past, Always a Blonde, Atomic Fallout, Shockwaves, Robbery Armed, Little Girl Lost, Love Hurts, MIG-21, Moulin Rouge, Seize the Time, Femme Fatale, Protected Witness, Last Rites, Pauli Taglia's Dream, Roadrunner, Desert Justice (aka The Brothel Wars), Byline, The Hearings, Pursuit, Escape, Going Home.
Michael Mann's Crime Story tells the hard-boiled story of hair-trigger cop Lieutenant Mike Torello (Dennis Farina) and his obsessive pursuit of ruthless gangster Ray Luca (Anthony Denison) from the mean streets of 1960s Chicago to neon nights of mob-run Las Vegas. This release features all 20 episodes plus the pilot episode from Season One.
Berlin,1939: At the dawn of WWII, power-mad SS Officer Wallenberg is ordered to find and train Germany's most beautiful women to work in a brothel. Here these Nazi nymphs will submit to the bizarre passions and carnal degredations of the Reich's highest ranking men and women while Wallenberg secretly records their acts for blackmail. But when an innocent young prostitute uncovers the conspiracy, her revenge will ignite a holocaust of pain, pleasure, and shocking sexual perversion.
Nominally a documentary, this film combines a number of unrelated sequences (both real and staged) -- including a South Pacific 'cargo cult', the ritual slaughter of a bull, tribal dances and rituals, and a visit to an ornate pet cemetery -- all focused on the lurid, sensational, and eccentric.
Une jeune femme découvre la présence d'un pesticide sur les vignes des propriétés environnantes. Elle apprend rapidement que le produit est très toxique : tous ceux qui goûtent au vin produit par les grappes contaminés deviennent de dangereux zombies tueurs.
Is she woman ... or animal? Vixen (Erica Gavin) and her bush pilot husband, Tom (Garth Pillsbury), live in the remote Canadian Northwest. A young, robust woman, Vixen eagerly finds ways to temper her fiery libido while Tom is off picking up passengers in his plane. Also a racist, she takes pleasure in ridiculing conscientious objector Niles (Harrison Page), a black American friend of her brother's. When Tom brings Dave (Robert Aiken) and Janet (Vincene Wallace), an attractive young couple, to the lodge overnight for a fishing getaway, Vixen takes carnal advantage of each of them. Tom, meanwhile, is oblivious to his wife's libidinous activities. Later, when Tom gets a seemingly benevolent customer who wishes to go to Toronto, all seems fine. But when the customer turns out to be dangerous, Niles might be the only one who can help, proving Vixen to be unfounded in her prejudice in the process.
Geared for the times, Russ Meyer's Supervixens wields the double-bladed axe of satire... cutting and hacking its way to the very bone of society... laying bare and exposing, with great candour, the frailities, weaknesses and strengths of its citizens. A picture born to entertain, shocking in its frankness, yet so hilariously funny in its delivery. A cinematic smorgasbord of erotic fantasy. Six of the world's most bountiful women... served up from the lusty table of Russ Meyer!
An all out assault on today's sexual mores, and more... an end-around attack against women's lib... blasting through the male machismo syndrome... kicking the crap out of convictions, hang-ups, obsessions... the whole bag... sexually aggressive females, willing clutzy men, petroleum jelly, gingham and gossamer, tax-sheltered religion, black socks, bedroom prowess, bunko artists, big breast fixation, rear window rednecks, therapeutic cuckolding, the sixty mile-an-hour zinger, born again immersion, unfaithful girlfriends, limp-wristed denistry, and virile garbage men.
Too Much For One Man! Shot in San Francisco, Mondo topless is a celebration of the new sexual freedom that was causing topless go-go clubs to spring up in the more liberal-thinking communities across the United States of the 1960s.
The inimitable Russ Meyer turns in another unbelievably bizarre movie with this comedically complex feature, which fearlessly blends sex and violence into a heady, over-the-top brew. The film begins with the murder of aging Nazi, Adolph Schwartz (Edward Schaaf), then segues into the story of a busty heroine (Raven De La Croix) who destroys the man who rapes her, becomes a smash attraction at a restaurant, and gets caught up in a violent axe battle between two macho men.
Welcome to the world of female violence. Meet the sumptuously sexy Varla, played at full throttle and with well-upholstered relish by the half-Japanese, half-Cherokee Tura Satana. She's having a lovely time with her two go-going pals, dancing the Watusi in a sleazy bar packed with leering, jeering macho-men. And after a hard day's grooving, what better than a drag race in the desert? So it's off we go, hurtling across the California sands as we follow the trio of homicidal go-go gals, hell bent on wreaking revenge on all things male, as they embark on a desperate desert drive-thru, taking a bikini-clad wimp hostage and leaving a trail of human wreckage in their wake.
Le père Roche (Donald Pleasence) demande à son viel ami le détective Milo Kaye (Costa Skouras) de l'aider à résoudre le mystère qui entoure la disparition de touristes d'un petit village grec. Tout près se trouve les ruines d'un temple appartenant au Baron Corofax (Peter Cushing).
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