A group of castaways wash ashore on a deserted island in this Italian sex/gore movie. They are unaware that a sex-crazed radioactive monster is also on the island. He attacks and rapes ... See full summary »
Locked behind the walls of a convent are an order of beautiful nuns whose vows force them to forget the pleasures of sexual contact. Crazed with lust and desire many of the nuns pleasure ... See full summary »
Sasha Kramer (Roland Carey) and Helen Kramer (Pauline Teutscher) are a middle-aged couple who cannot have children but they still enjoy having sex with each other. When Sasha goes off to ... See full summary »
Since Charlie passed away one year ago, his niece Romana and his daughter Francesca have been leading a solitary life, almost never leaving the house they inherited, reading and playing the... See full summary »
Three escaped convicts hide out on an island with four girls along with their two body guards who are enjoying there vacation... until the three escaped convects show up and kill the two ... See full summary »
A man is doing research on an island where a strange tribe lives. The man's wife gets into a (sexual) relationship with a woman from the tribe and brings her back to the big city where ... See full summary »
While her older sister is away with George on a honeymoon tour du monde, college girl Julie decides to stay at her boarding school over the holidays. She has sexual encounters with her ... See full summary »
This film is often wrongly attributed to Joe D'Amato, since D'Amato reissued his film "Porno Holocaust" under the title "Delizie erotiche in Porno Holocaust". The film "Delizie erotiche", however, without the "in Porno Holocaust" at the end and starring Loretta D'Andrea, was directed by Carolyne Joyce. D'Amato seems to have had nothing to do with it. To confuse the matter, though, there is a poster that is held in pretty much the same design as the D'Amato/Borsky films of the period (such as "Stretta e bagnata", "Blue erotic climax" or "Sesso nero"), although there is no mention of him on THIS poster.The matter is even more confusing since there seems to exist a VHS which contains a film entitled "Delizie erotiche", but starring Bruno Chiodetto, which appears to be different from the Joyce movie. Unless all these copies and titles are compared side by side, I don't see how this question could be resolved once and for all. And even if, some questions might remain unanswered.
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