An ambitious female attorney wallows in excess and meaningless sex with both male and female partners, while dealing with her personal life problems including helping her kleptomaniac sister.
Paul and Gabrielle, a young married couple, take in their neighbor's teenage daughter, Felicia, for a few weeks in the summer. It isn't long before the precocious and seductive Felicia sets her sights on the two of them.
Top Nazi officials, intent on rooting out traitors and those in the military who may be plotting to overthrow Adolf Hitler, recruit and train a group of beautiful prostitutes whose mission is to use any means necessary to uncover plots against the Fuhrer.
Bruno Mattei's follow up to Libidomania with more perversity and violence from around the world.
An American diplomat and his fiancée venture into the sordid underworld of sex and pornography in Budapest, Hungary to find out who is blackmailing them with a porno video taken of them with a prostitute.
A criminal psychologist and a police detective introduce what purports to be an educational police film intended to be shown to law enforcement cadets showing nearly every type of unnatural death and murder imaginable.
A collection of fake snuff (people REALLY being killed) clips from different directors. The producers claim it's so realistic they were actually investigated by the FBI and Crime Scene Investigators who thought one of the murders was the real thing.
This film is composed entirely of clips from other films, redubbed to created a new film. Clips are from Emanuelle nera Orient reportage (1976), Eva nera (1976), Emanuelle e gli ultimi cannibali (1977), La Via della prostituzione (1977), and possibly others. Hardcore inserts were also added.
Perversions of Science is a science fiction/horror television series that ran on the cable channel HBO for one season in 1997. It is a spin-off of popular horror series Tales from the Crypt also shown on HBO, and its episodes are based on EC's Weird Science comic book series. The format of Perversions of Science is very similar to Tales From The Crypt, the show was introduced by a sexualized female robot named Chrome and then an individual episode would start. After the episode was complete, Chrome would conclude Perversions of Science. Most episodes focused on a part of science fiction such as alien invasion or space/time travel. The show featured a mix of established talent and young up-and-comers. "Panic", for instance, starred a young Jason Lee and Jamie Kennedy opposite Harvey Korman. As of 2011 the series has not been released on DVD in the US. However in 2001 it was released in Japan by Pioneer Entertainment where it has since gone out of print subsequently becoming sought after by collectors.