A woman's husband has disappeared on an expedition into the jungle. She hires a guide to take her into the jungle to find him. However, they discover that he has been captured by a savage female tribe.
J. Edward Bromberg
Abdullah 'Ap' Bentarek may be happy that, unlike his Uncle Yusuf who stayed in the ancestral Moroccan mountain village, his own father, Ali, moved to the Netherlands. However, the boy has ... See full summary »
Albert Ter Heerdt
Salah Eddine Benmoussa,
Zohra 'Flifla' Slimani
Female American tourists are being kidnapped by a crime ring headed by a beautiful Asian woman. They're drugged and then sent to an island where they are kept as sex slaves to be used by ... See full summary »
Dima, a petty criminal, is going to be deported from Germany. Meeting young student Sarah who is working on a documentary about young foreigners.He becomes the main subject of the film. Soon enough, Dima and Sarah get emotionally tied up.
Piotr J. Lewandowski
In this story set in near future, a group of young rebels, hippies and 1968 protesters want to cede and make an independent Island from the Mainland. A journalist who came to the Island to ... See full summary »
A group of mad scientists travel to Kong Island where they implant receptors into the brains of gorillas planning to create a gorilla war for world domination. Out to break a few heads is a descendant of King Kong. Written by
Ray Hamel <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Although the U.S. version was promoted under the title "King of Kong Island", the on screen title reads simply "Kong Island". See more »
[to Burt Dawson]
You're an excellent specimen of the human race - strong, clever, brave. That's why I've chosen you for my first experiment on a human being. You'll have the honor of being the first man to become my slave.
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Written by Roberto Pregadio
Performed by Edda Dell'Orso See more »
One of the Best Movie Posters I've Ever Seen For a BAD Movie
"What Would a Woman Do to Survive?" asks the box art caption to Kong Island. A naked woman tries to cover her naughty bits with a deadly boa constrictor while a lustful King Kong attempts to peel the snake away. It's a wonderfully trashy piece of work that has nothing whatsoever to do with this dreadful 1968 exploitation pic. Former The Fury of Hercules actor Brad Harris stars as a mercenary working out of Kenya to stop a mad scientist using transmitters implanted into gorillas to control their primitive minds. There's a sub plot involving a woman named Eva who's been living in the jungle like a female Tarzan although the camera spends more time caressing the muscular Brad Harris who also served as producer.
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