While driving on tour late night through a lonely road in the countryside of Spain, the van of the punk band "Killer Barbys" has an accident and breaks down. A creepy old man invites the ... See full summary »
A stripper and her sleazy boyfriend are invited by a wealthy woman and her lover to join them on her private island for a weekend of sex games in exchange for a large fee. When the couple ... See full summary »
All of Howard Vernon's screen time consists of stock shots from La maldición de Frankenstein (1973), with the late actor's voice being re-dubbed by a digital voice combination of Jesus Franco (director) and Kevin Collins (producer). See more »
It might be virtual to the "characters" (I'm not sure you can seriously talk or consider what's going on here "acting", it would be an insult to actors), but it's "real" for the viewer. Not sure how Franco got sucked into those things. If you were to judge him on some of the stuff he made (money issues/contracts?), it wouldn't look very good. But let's not argue about the director now, though we could be able to judge his own "acting" skills if we wanted to.
Now the movie and in contrast to Helter Skelter, (both of those movies were packed into a double feature called "Cravings of the depraved" ... you make of that title what you will) this has a "story". You could call it a story at least. There is a lot of experimenting going on and it tries to be funny (at least that's the benefit of the doubt I'm giving it ... not that it works). There are so many things off here, that I can't begin to count. There is also nudity, if that makes any difference whatsoever to you. In any case, I'm pretty sure you have better things to do with your time ... like stare at a goldfish (believe me, it's more fun than watching this)
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