White Slaves of Chinatown (Joseph P. Mawra, 1964)

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Olga, a sadistic member of a powerful crime syndicate recruits young women who are out of their element, brainwashing and getting them hooked on drugs in order to force them to sell their bodies and traffic drugs for her profit … Continued

The Cannibal Man (aka La Semana Del Asesino, L’appartamento del 13° piano) (Eloy de la Iglesia, 1971)

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After accidentally killing a cab driver while protecting his fiancée, a young man spirals further and further into a web of murder in an effort to cover up his crime. As much as the overly sensationalistic international title would like … Continued

Emanuelle Escapes from Hell (Emanuelle fuga dall’inferno) (aka Emanuelle in Prison, Women’s Prison Massacre, Blade Violent) (Bruno Mattei, 1983)

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Intrepid reporter Emanuelle finds herself incarcerated in a women’s prison after threatening to expose a corrupt official. Humiliated and tortured by the sadistic penal staff, things take a turn for the worse when the prison is taken over by a … Continued

Ricco (aka The Cauldron of Death, The Dirty Mob, Mean Machine) (Tulio Demicheli, 1973)

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A young man fresh out of prison discovers that his Mafioso father has been murdered. Embarking on a journey to discover who is behind the slaying, he finds himself entangled in a web of betrayal and violence. Talk about misleading … Continued

Nightmare Beach (Umberto Lenzi, 1989)

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A year after a big bad biker named Diablo is executed for the murder of a young woman, a nutjob on a motorcycle starts killing coeds during spring break in Daytona. Could it truly be Diablo back from the grave … Continued

House on Straw Hill (aka Trauma, Exposé) (James Kenelm Clarke, 1976)

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A reclusive writer struggling to piece together his second novel enlists the help of a young female secretary to assist him. He soon falls into a quagmire of lust, debauchery and murder. Here’s yet another film to have landed on … Continued

The Horrible Dr. Hichcock (aka L’orrible segreto del Dr. Hichcock) (Riccardo Freda, 1962)

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In 1885 London, a brilliant doctor with a taste for necrophilia runs into problems when his sexual proclivities leave his wife in a coffin.       It seems a miracle that this could have been released as far back … Continued

Mark of the Devil (Michael Armstrong, Adrian Hoven, 1970)

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A Witchfinder’s loyal apprentice finds himself conflicted when his mentor and fellow inquisitors take things too far, accusing the innocent. As far as witchsploitation films go, Mark of the Devil is still revered as one of the greatest, no doubt … Continued

Blood Waters of Dr. Z (aka Zaat) (Don Barton, Arnold Stevens, 1971)

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A nutjob scientist with an unnatural affinity for all things aquatic transforms himself into a catfish-man in order to take over the world.   With the inordinate amount of this garbage I subject myself to on a regular basis it’s … Continued

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