An aging actress whose career ended in the ’30s lives in her decaying mansion with a retinue of bizarre people, including a personal assistant who keeps an arsenal of weapons.
Lilli Palmer owns and runs a school for wayward girls in France. Her absolute discipline has fostered a social order among the girls with rampant sex, lesbianism and torture the norm. Palmer also has an adolescent son (Moulder Brown) she tries to keep isolated from the young women lest he be tainted by sexual relations; She explains that he must wait for a girl “just like his mother”. Meanwhile, girls are “running away” (being murdered) one by one, with their corpses and any evidence of their outcome not to be found. Beware cut versions; the film was shown back in the 70′s on network TV chopped to only 76 minutes!
Avant garde artist Leonardo Ferri (Nero) decides life in Milan is stifling his artistic creativity, and persuades his agent and lover, Flavia (Redgrave), to rent a secluded villa, just outside Venice. Ferri’s hopes of enjoying a period of tranquility are shattered by timeslips, disconcerting replays of the past and an unseen presence who appears to be targeting Flavia.
Ansise is a former Indian whose only dream is to become a mother. The idea of motherhood gradually turns into an obsession for her. Unfortunately, she has married an impotent man. But she tries to get pregnant anyway. She even tries to work as a prostitute and goes to a local witch. But the real problem is that an evil entity called Pombero has fallen with love with her, killing all the men crossing her way.
A young lady endures erotic nightmares when she is confined within a museum of horrors. Low budget adults only feature combines kinky sex with monster mayhem. Results are decidedly…odd.
Maria is in the city, bored with her lover Tammy. An exhibitionist, she answers an ad in the “New York Review of Sex.” She’s invited to a house in Vermont, owned by an eccentric named Spencer, a man who likes to watch. Maria goes, seeking thrills. She meets women who spend their days rehearsing for shows staged for Spencer. He has a concoction of aphrodisiacs, and the women are happy to take the drugs and play – with each other, for the camera, in front of Spencer, and with Boris, Spencer’s assistant who runs the household. Maria throws herself into the games. Which person will prove to be the ultimate degenerate?
A mummy battles a jackal-man in Las Vegas.
A psychic researcher and his assistants investigate a series of murders of beautiful young women.
Dracula enslaves Dr. Irving Jekyll, turning him into the lycanthropic JackalMan, demanding that he lure female blood donors to his L.A. cabin retreat.
Wesley goes out on a killing spree while experiencing the nightmares of his brother, who was murdered 13 years ago.
Sexy, teenaged, immature Girly and her camera-wielding brother Sonny bring home unsuspecting men to Mumsy and Nanny, where they play games, and if they don’t follow the rules, they’re sent to the angels. One day they bring home a New Friend who has a few ideas for games of his own, though, and he begins to turn the foursome against each other.
About 1786 the doings of a demented lord results in many masturless samurai, including Iyemon (Kei Sato, who makes a wonderful bad guy) who is used to luxury & cannot adjust to the hand-to-mouth conditions & piecework of umbrella making. Having hired ruffians to make him look like a superior swordsman, he arranges for himself the opportunity of a profitable marriage. He hires the half-blind masseur Takuetsu (Sawamura Sounosuke) to seduce or rape his wife (Kyoko Mikage), so that she can be divorced or killed for adultery. But the masseur takes pity & informs Oiwa of her husband’s horrid plot. Assisted by the merchant’s daughter he intends to marry, Iyemon disfigures his wife attempting to poison her so he an marry higher. There’s a lovingly gruesome sequence as she combs blad patches into her hair, kneeling deformed at her mirror, weeping with bitterness. She eventually cuts her own throat, swearing revenge. Her body & that of her infant vanish.