The great Bunta stars as a gangster who is sent to jail for the sake of his gang, but when he’s released he finds everything completely changed and his gang has swept him aside for being too violent. He tries to start a new life with his two “brothers” but can’t seem to escape old affiliations.
Nadine, 18, whose mother remarried, hates her stepfather and, because of him, hates herself and men and love. She goes from meeting to meeting with so much indifference that she cannot find the pleasure she think she has right until the day when, in New York on a ferry, she meets Jimmy, and it’s love crazy. Filmed in Paris, Montreal and New York this flamboyant film with torrid sequences subliminated by the natural and the sincerity of the young and delightful Laura Viala, met the triumphant success that it deserved when it was released on Sept 22, 1976 in Alpha-France theaters.
Liberation … There are many prostitutes burdened with various destinies, which are obstructed to satisfy men’s lust. It is cruel torture to wait for those who have broken the stern rules. That woman loved one of his customers from the bottom of my heart.
Wolfguy is the only survivor of a clan of werewolves who relies on his feral, full-moon-activated superpowers to solve mysterious crimes. One night, a bizarre, and bloody death in the Tokyo streets plunges him into a far-reaching conspiracy.
An old man of the village tells kinky ghost stories to a few of it’s inhabitants after all the kids have gone to bed. What follows are stories that have horror elements and some soft-core nudity thrown in.