Lust For Freedom (Eric Louzil, 1987)

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After a drug bust goes bad, an undercover female cop gets framed and imprisoned by a corrupt sheriff. On the inside she is forced to endure all manner of abuse and degradation, but nothing can deter her lust for freedom! … 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

Midnight (John A. Russo, 1982)

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A girl hitch-hiking away from her lecherous step-daddy runs afoul of some backwoods Satanists in this low-budget, pedestrian outing. Hardcore Romero nerds rejoice. Duane: This is one that’s been on my “to watch” list for a while now, so admittedly … Continued

The Being (Jackie Kong, 1983)

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Toxic waste dumped in an Idaho waterway causes a missing boy to turn into a hideous mutant freak that wreaks havoc on then local citizenry. Also: they sell RC Cola at the local diner. From Jackie Kong, the director of … Continued

Poor Pretty Eddie (Richard Robinson, David Worth, 1975)

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An entitled, stuck-up black singer decides to drive her Bentley off into the sunset for some much needed vacation time. Naturally the car breaks down and she ends up at “Bertha’s Oasis”, a defunct lodge run by a washed-up starlet … Continued

Sweet Sixteen (Jim Sotos, 1983)

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Melissa, a lascivious 15 year old relocates to Smalltown USA when her father gets a four month archaeology grant to dig up a bunch of Indian garbage at the local burial ground. Free to practice her skills in jailbaitery, she … Continued

Django Unchained (Quentin Tarantino, 2012)

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A negro slave is liberated by a quirky dentist-turned bounty hunter and together they seek fortune by collecting on high-paying warrants throughout the Mississippi region. When the dentist discovers his negro has a wife who has been sold into slavery … Continued

Django (Sergio Corbucci, 1966)

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Desert. Howling winds speak of desolation and a climate as harsh as the scoundrels that inhabit it. A lone man slowly plods along with a saddle on his back, dragging a casket behind him with a rope like an albatross … Continued

Humanoids From the Deep (aka Monster) (Barbara Peeters, 1980) – part 1 in a series of collaborative monster rape reviews

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Scientific experimentation goes awry causing mutated fishmen to rise from the sea and terrorize a small coastal village by killing their men and raping their women. Razor88: Fishmen rape action? Sign me the fuck up! Humanoids From the Deep is … Continued