More Horror Films we Only Watch for the Nudity
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We are all adults here right? We can admit that we like a bit of “hanky panky” thrown in with our slashing and hacking. Like a beautiful sunset painted on landscape, a tiny smidgen of nudity can really help to enhance our enjoyment of a film. However, there are plenty of films out there that may have been a little heavy handed with the their paint brushes. Yep, the films on this list have many things going for them, but if they don’t jiggly, your probably not paying attention. Here are More Horror Films we Only Watch for the Nudity.
Virgin Witch (1971)
Virgin Witch is a 1971 British horror film starring the lovely Ann Michelle and Vicki Michelle. The two star as sisters who fall prey to a coven while pursuing modeling careers in London. Whilst half of this film plays out like an ambitious psychological horror movie, the rest exists solely as an excuse to get naked girls on screens.
With neon lit sex scenes and saucy photoshoots, the film is filled more erotic moment than it is plot, making it a skin flick in all but name. The 70’s was a weird time in Britain, and as sexual repression was slowly lifting, relaxed British censorship allowed for films like this to slip through the cracks unscathed. So whilst it was advertised as a horror, it’s clearly more in line with softcore pornography.
Invasion of the Bee Girls (1973)
The title for the 1973 horror Invasion of the Bee Girls, is a little misleading. The UK, Graveyard Tramps, is much more apt for a film filled with femme fatales, who strip naked to seduce men to death.
The films plot is a little silly, but you can’t ignore the production value that went into this kooky film. With cool set pieces and an army of beauties on screen, it’s a film that you’ll certainly enjoy watching.
A hacksaw wielding, hooded killer, stalks college coeds in Torso, an early 70’s slasher film by Sergio Martino. But whilst the story is focus on the unconvincing whodunit, the audience is firmly focus on the plentiful flesh on display.
With the camera lingering on sexual encounters throughout, it’s clear that the films slasher setting is nothing more than a backdrop for the boobs and bums on display. Whilst there is a fair amount of Giallo blood and violence to be had, its screen time is heavily outweighed by the nudity and sex.
Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals (1977)
A great number of movies, particularly in the sexploitation genre, unofficially adding the name Emanuelle to the name, trying to ride of the coat tails of the successful film series. And whilst it’s fun to image the infamous sex icon going one on one with a group of Cannibals, the 1977 film Emanuelle and the Last Cannibals, follows the Black Emanuelle, which is a completely different character based in Kenya.
The film follows a photojournalist who embarks on a mission to discover a long lost tribe of Cannibals only for her and her friends to be captured. Whilst Cannibal films were super popular, thanks to the success of Cannibal Holocaust, Last Cannibals lingers on the exotic more than the shocking, making this something a little less ghastly than other offerings. That said, there’s still a few shocks to be had in the second act, as people cut in half and guts pulled from bodies…nasty stuff!
Nekromantik is a German horror exploitation film the delves deeply into the realm of absurdity. The film explores subject matter clearly made to incense and outrage it’s audiences and critics, dealing with many taboo sexual subjects such as necrophilia.
There is no real story to speak of, instead, we have a series of nasty set pieces that mostly involve sex with dead bodies. In one horrific sequence, a pipe is cut and inserted into a corpse, and a condom placed over the pipe, so that the woman can staddle herself upon the “stiff”! It’s hard to imagine anyone would watch the film for any other reason than a cheap thrill.
Nude For Satan (1974)
Nude for Satan is a wonderfully erotic masterpiece from Italian horror director Luigi Batzella. The film follows a Doctor who discovers a castle where time and space do not follow ordinary logic.
However compelling the story is, this horror is basically a soft core porn film in disguise. With full on sex scenes and full nudity, it’s a bang a minute with a little story on the side. just don’t try to kid yourself that you’re enjoying the narrative!
Murder Set Pieces (2004)
The sadly misplaced Murder Set Pieces follows a sadistic photographer who loves to torture and kill strippers and prostitutes. You can tell that it’s desperately trying to be a glossy exploitation film, but with it’s over the top violence and gore, it comes across as bad taste torture porn.
Director Nick Palumbo is determined to shock as women are stabbed, strangled, raped and mutilated, all without any real meaning or story. The graphic violence leaves a bitter taste and the only thing to enjoy is the skin on view, even if it is bloodied and torn.
Naked Fear (2007)
Naked for Fear is a modern day exploitation flick about a woman who is kidnapped and then hunted like prey. The film is obviously geared towards a certain audience that enjoy seeing young woman tortured, with plenty of TnA on show, but Naked Fear manged to pull off a few good moves.
The acting is surprisingly good for a film of it’s type, with competent cast who do well to push this smart thriller forward. It’s paced with intense set pieces but sadly overshadowed for it’s need for flesh.
Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort (2014)
Having wracked up 5 sequels, it’s plain to see that the ideas are running thin with Wrong Turn 6: Last Resort. The sequel does not tie into the previous movies, making this a stand alone semi/reboot. But whilst the graphic violence and gore are still here, there’s a tad too much flesh on show for it to really work.
The nudity sadly overshadows the rest of the film, making it about the best thing about this terrible sequel.
Erotic Vampires of Beverly Hills (2015)
When the Dracula family move into Beverly Hills, it’s bad news for Society’s upper crust, as the hungry vamps make a meal out of them. With a plot as silly as Erotic Vampires of Beverly Hills, you can go into two different directions. You can turn into a comedy, or you can make porn. No guessing to what direction this film moved in.
This softcore feature has little to no plot, instead, we have a an hour and twenty minutes of boobs bouncing, asses thrusting, all wrapped around this idea that the films has “Vampires” in it. If you did watch this film, it certainly was not for the thrilling plot and acting.
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“Howdy Horror Fans – Another handful of FLESH for you to check out. These are certainly films in a different VEIN to our usual lists, but that doesn’t make them any less TERRIFYING. Except here, these films have a TERRIFYING shortage of clothes. Do you have any other films that would fit into this list? Let us know in the comments below.