Following the macabre footsteps of the first VAULT OF TERROR installment, this sequel anthology film tells six more evil, demonic, hellish tales of dread and horror by some of the genre's best filmmakers.
Photography student Nadja Groß (Henriette Heinze) has a lot on her plate, she goes to school, she has a job as a free lancer photographer for a magazine, while economically helping her ... See full summary »
A 'chance' meeting in the street, give you the opportunity to Agata and Marc to help each other to overcome the inertia of their lives. Tired of going from bed to bed and boy to boy, Agata ... See full summary »
Professional motorcycle racer Bud Clay heads from New Hampshire to California to race again. Along the way he meets various needy women who provide him with the cure to his own loneliness, but only a certain woman from his past will truly satisfy him.
Carlo and Silvia are married since twenty years. He lives with a young lover, while Silvia lives in their original flat. Their 'regular' menage changes when also Silvia starts meeting ... See full summary »
Léa is a student who grew up as an orphan. She lives with her grandmother who once brought her up and who now relentlessly demands Léa's full attention, even at night time. One night her ... See full summary »
Tamar, 35, a beautiful young woman, lives alone with her two daughters. She can't restrain her sexual appetite and gives herself to several men of the village. Shai, a young veterinary, ... See full summary »
Arthur Blake was an adulterer and proud of it. He had sex without shame, from one night stands to an affair with his best friend's wife. However, Arthur's world soon starts to crumble shortly after his 30th birthday. He loses his job, his best friend, and could lose his wife. With nowhere to turn, he looks to his past and a fractured family relationship, which may be his last hope to save his marriage and himself. Written by
Sean Weathers had written the part of Peter Carter with Walter Romney in mind, an actor that worked with Weathers on several of his previous projects. However, Walter decided to take a break from acting so he could focus solely on his writing. Weathers considered other actors from his previous films such as Illa, Jeff Roches and Buddy Love, before ultimately being wowed by Crandall's reading during an open call. See more »
First off, I saw the standard version and not the uncut one "that goes all the way." I have to say I had a good time, surprisingly. I'll give it a 10 because my expectations were low. Now I didn't buy it thinking that I was throwing my money away. But I bought it thinking it would be like a Showgirls, so bad it's good. The acting is spotty at times to say the least, especially from some of the "actresses" but I'm assuming in the uncut version you're likely to see why they got the part. I'm actually tempted to get both versions just to see what the hype is about, because this one has plenty of sex and flesh as is. Anyway, pretty girls, nice story, some funny scenes, few intentional, some not intentional, but an all around good time.
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