La Endemoniada (aka The Possessed, Demon Witch Child) (Amando de Ossorio, 1975)

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When an old Gypsy witch kills herself to avoid prosecution by police regarding a missing child, she takes possession of a young girl (after having one of her Gypsies give her Satan’s dildo) and continues her evil deeds. Soon a … Continued

Drácula Contra Frankenstein (aka Dracula, Prisoner of Frankenstein) (Jesús Franco, 1972)

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After the discovery of the murder of yet another nubile innocent victim in a sleepy (we assume Eastern European) town, Dr. Seward (Alberto Dalbés; The Erotic Rites of Frankenstein) sets out to rid the world of the dastardly Count Dracula (Howard … Continued

Papaya: Love Goddess of the Cannibals (Joe D’Amato, 1978)

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  So here we have another D’Amato sleaze fest with copious amounts of nudity and sex (albeit not the hardcore kind a la Porno Holocaust) and a small but amusing amount of ultraviolence. The plot centers around this ugly she-male looking … Continued

Forbidden World (aka Mutant) (Allan Holzman, 1982)

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A space cop dude arrives at a research lab on a distant planet where the scientists there have had an experiment go awry (surprise!). The mutated flesh thing runs amok and wrecks shit. Laser guns, boobies and high heels ensue. … Continued

The Resident (Antti Jokinen, 2011)

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    The Resident – the first film under the newly reformed Hammer branding, clearly has some pretty big shoes to fill. That is if those responsible are even remotely interested in rejuvenating the once great studio to even a … Continued

One Million AC/DC (Ed De Priest,1969)

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Contained herein is an attempt at a sex comedy written by none other than Edward D. Wood (under pseudonym Akdon Telmig) that is (surprise!) devoid of plot, interest or sense. The story revolves around a bunch of partly clothed cave … Continued

The Defilers (Lee Frost, 1965)

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Carl and Not Carl (haven’t you figured out by now I never remember the names of characters in movies?) are 2 delinquent assclowns who carouse around all day in a humongous convertible banging their girlfriends and generally carelessly acting on … Continued

Devil’s Island Lovers (Jesús Franco, 1974)

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Upon hearing a dictator’s deathbed confession, a lawyer discovers that the young couple convicted of murder were in fact framed for the crime. The lawyer travels to the prison in hope of discovering the truth behind the cover-up and attempts … Continued

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