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 »
In augusta, Rome of the Caesars the emperor Caligula has a serious problem: it must show your manhood "coram populo" on the occasion of the feast of Priapus. But the Imperial young man is ... See full summary »
Roberto Bianchi Montero
After the matriarch (Daniela) of once rich and influential aristocratic Caroli family dies, her nearly bankrupt family decides to hold a seance in their decrepit castle and contact her spirit. Unfortunately, they contact instead the malicious and possibly demonic spirit of their evil, hedonistic and decadent late cousin Lucrezia that, after assaulting and messing a bit with those present at the summoning, ends up possessing the dead woman's virginal teenage daughter Bimba. Bimba suddenly becomes overtly sexual and starts acting out in a completely unhinged, aggressive and sexually provocative manner in front of her family and their guests, all while brutally insulting them. She tries to satisfy her confusing demonic urges with masturbation but quickly moves on to seducing those around her, starting with her deathly ill uncle Adolfo, who's unable to stop her from performing fellatio on him which leads to his death during the incestuous act. Meanwhile, his buxom young wife and Bimba's ...Written by
The only way to save Bimba's soul is to lose yours.
A Matchflick reviewer recommended this film some time in the past, so I took the trouble of tracking it down. It was not easy, but I finally get to see it.
It is a ripoff of the Exorcist, to be sure. It starts with a séance gone wrong, lots of things go flying through the castle, and we are to assume someone is possessed by the ex-wife Lucrezia. Most likely the teen Bimba (Katell Laennec), as she is acting particularly strange.
Dad (Enzo Fisichella) really starts to worry when she French kisses him and grabs his crotch. Maybe it's not teen phase after all.
The scene with Uncle Adolfo (Giuseppe Marrocco) was pure magic.
But, it is Mariangela Giordano as Sister Sofia that gives the best show with Bimba.
It would have been better had it not had snippets of porn placed here and there. I would have like to see the original.
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