A British couple on a break on a small Greek Island are spreading terror beyond anything the islanders could have ever imagined. Only stopping every once in a while to shag anything that moves, be it man, woman or animal. But will they go unpunished, or will the inspector from London be able to put an end to their killing spree?
An original film, thrilling from start to end.
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Did You Know?
The budget was so low that director Nico Mastorakis
took a small acting part in the film because the actor originally cast in the wanted what was equivalent to $80. See more
When they are in the phone box you can see a cameraman in the reflection of the glass door. See more
The original UK cinema version (released as "A Craving For Lust") was heavily cut by 13 minutes by the BBFC and the film later ended up on the DPP 74 list of video nasties. The initial 1987 video release (now retitled "Psychic Killer II" despite having no connection with the previous film of that title) had been edited by the distributors before submission to remove the original UK cinema cuts but was rejected by the BBFC. The 2002 DVD release by Vipco was cut by 4 minutes 9 secs to edit the rape scenes, a woman's face being burned with a lit aerosol, a repeated kicking, a urination scene, and shots of a sickle blade in a woman's bare breast. The director's interview extra on the DVD was also cut by 54 secs by the BBFC with the same edits to the sickle, aerosol and kicking scenes. All the cuts were fully waived in 2010 for the 2011 Arrow DVD. See more
Referenced in Fear, Panic & Censorship
Can You Call It Love
Music by Nikos Lavranos
(as Nick Lavranos)
Lyrics by Nico Mastorakis See more