Psychological terrain explored in nightmare movies can be freaky, scary and downright weird. Unspeakable images filmed, to perfection, by a director who knows how to make pretty pictures but also how to produce the opposite as well. Two hapless teens sneak off to make out, it gets heavy, and someone gets impaled - and not in the fun way, either. And obviously, because not all film-makers are as smart as the people who dream up those dynamics, there are also a lot of films that use sex to cheaply sell their terrible horror films. But Troll 2 is also absolutely riveting, a camp masterpiece if ever there was one, unintentionally keeping us entertained at the expense of our own better judgment. The use of sex and sexuality in horror films is a constant and the most part of these titles show nudity followed by blood and violence.
Idle Hands is that scene, but as an entire movie. Hilarious and twisted, Dead Alive will live forever as a horror-comedy classic. Clooney co-stars with Tarantino as thieves who kidnap an innocent family to sneak their way across the U. Things get sexy, but they don't end well for anyone. It's difficult to define what exactly qualifies as an erotic horror, so if you think we missed something, feel free to track it down in our library, rate it, and let us know what you thought. Fear 1996 Universal Pictures Erotic thrillers were all the rage from the mid-1980s to the mid-1990s, but very few have left a lasting impression, and fewer still were genuinely scary. Erotic Horror Female Nudity 33 Blood 30 Bare Breasts 23 Sex Scene 23 Murder 22 Erotica 21 Sexploitation 20 Independent Film 18 Softcore 18 Gore 17 Nudity 17 Topless Female Nudity 17 Female Frontal Nudity 16 Violence 16 Bare Chested Male 15 Rape 15 Lesbian Kiss 13 Revenge 13 Sex 13 Female Full Frontal Nudity 12 Death 11 Female Rear Nudity 11 Lesbian Sex 11 Blood Splatter 10 Flashback 10 Lesbian 10 Sexploitation Film 10 Japanese Horror Film 9 Male Nudity 9 Monster 9 Possession 9 Seduction 9 Voyeurism 9 Cigarette Smoking 8 Female Masturbation 8 Female Pubic Hair 8 Nipples 8 Sadism 8 Severed Head 8 Simulated Sex 8 Stabbed To Death 8 Supernatural Power 8 Surprise Ending 8 Voyeur 8 Breasts 7 Character Name In Title 7 Corpse 7 Cruelty 7 Decapitation 7 Doggystyle Sex 7 Exploitation 7 Fear 7 Female Full Rear Nudity 7 Ghost 7 Male Frontal Nudity 7 Male Rear Nudity 7 Panties 7 Pinku Eiga 7 Psychopath 7 Pubic Hair 7 Shower 7 Vampire 7 Zombie 7 Boyfriend Girlfriend Relationship 6 Covered In Blood 6 Cunnilingus 6 Demon 6 Escape 6 Female Protagonist 6 Fire 6 Pink Cinema 6 Screaming 6 Slasher 6 Suicide 6 Torture 6 Transformation 6 B Movie 5 Cannibalism 5 Cemetery 5 Cult Film 5 Darkness 5 Dog 5 Electronic Music Score 5 Gothic Horror 5 Hospital 5 Impalement 5 Intestines 5 Japanese Woman 5 Kidnapping 5 Lust 5 Masturbation 5 Mini Skirt 5 Mirror 5 Nipples Visible Through Clothing 5 Nurse 5 Oral Sex 5 Orgy 5 Police 5 Rape Victim 5.
As their chemistry burns with passion, so does their nefarious plan to murder the woman's husband. When released in America, the film was recut to emphasize only the horror elements, a decision which sadly diminished the best qualities of a genuinely deranged cult classic that has to be seen to be believed. Perfect Blue 1997 Rex Entertainment The late, lamented Satoshi Kon proved — with just four animated feature films and one mini-series — that he was one of the most gifted storytellers of his generation. Pi 1998 Artisan Entertainment Years before he directed Black Swan — that rare horror movie that actually got a Best Picture nomination — director Darren Aronofsky got his start with Pi, a low-budget intellectual nightmare about a mathematician who tries to come up with a formula to predict the stock market, but stumbles onto the mathematical equation for God instead. The witty writing of Kevin Williamson is still totally on display here, and the characters have grown naturally since the first installment. Not happy with this list? For a long time it plays instead like a misguided farce, about a widower looking to replace his dead wife and holding auditions for a fake acting role as a makeshift dating service.
The actual pornographic images are censored in the below clip. Unfortunately, the donor arm came from a murderer, and his violent urges appear to have been included as an added bonus. The Wachowski siblings burst on the scene with this sexy crime thriller featuring Gina Gershon as an ex-con who seduces the wife of her crime boss neighbor. Especially since some of them turn out like Cape Fear, a shocking thriller that takes the original, rock solid crime thriller from 1962 and perverts it into a new creature. With Se7en he started out with stronger material, a cynical and inventive screenplay by Andrew Kevin Walker, and he elevated it into a genuine classic.
Irena Natassja Kinski is a young woman who visits her brother Paul Malcolm McDowell in New Orleans only to find out that he is a werecat who turns into a murderous black panther after having sex — and so is she. Fred Ward and Kevin Bacon star as handymen in the small desert town of Perfection, which has just been beset by giant subterranean worm monsters that use sonar to hunt and kill you. But when Hutton finally lays his alter ego to rest, Stark emerges in real life, and begins a killing spree. Soon, Frannie's sexual journey turns dark and unnerving as she questions her lover's motives—and her own. The Hunger is clear about its portrayal of the dark eroticism that permeates this and nearly every vampire tale. Clive Barker directs this film with an obvious love for the monsters, and an obvious skepticism about humanity, represented here mostly by religious fanatics, corrupt policemen and a psychologist, played with slithering menace by David Cronenberg, who is also a serial killer.
Years later, Ravenous has developed a well-deserved following, thanks to some remarkable performances by Guy Pearce, Robert Carlyle and David Arquette, fascinating music by Damon Albarn and Michael Nyman, and a story that alternates between serious drama, shocking violence and old-fashioned supervillainy. Director Lynne Ramsay teams up with the incredible Tilda Swinton for a stylized, psychologically rich portrait of a mother sent into crisis after her son commits an unforgivable crime. Whichever you choose, know that it will be equal parts steamy and thrilling. Bill Pullman plays a jazz musician who thinks his wife, played by Patricia Arquette, is having an affair. But both the positive and negative interpretations of this film have value.
Made slightly less scary by the American remake that promoted the hell out of it. The film promises the kind of explicit sex that other movies of this type deliver, which probably packed the theatre with more than a few fourteen-year-old boys, but it ends up turning the genre on its head somewhat by showing more guys than girls in short shorts and crop tops. Carpenter has been accused of effectively bringing the sexual revolution to an abrupt stop, a fact that Carpenter has apologized for repeatedly. Scream 2 may not be as good as the first Scream, but Scream 2 is still pretty damned good. The Resurrected 1991 Lionsgate The horror stories of H. Some things have to be endured.
As far as how I define porn is concerned, I know it when I see it and from my perspective not one of these films deserves that description. Here are some of the sexiest erotic thrillers ever made. A distinctive protagonist for a film that, otherwise, is rather familiar by its gorgeous design. But the first murder, wherein the two comely lady ghouls Marianne Morris and Anulka first fornicate fabulously with their male guest and each other before ripping him to shreds, followed by a cleansing shower, is raw, hot and then, ultimately, rather melancholy and beautiful. After all, this all-star spook house thriller works more like a carnival ride than a movie. But Hulu and its production partner Blumhouse responsible for movies like Get Out and Insidious have made a gimmick into a campy funhouse of horrors. They were professional schlockmeisters who produced an extraordinary amount of low-budget exploitation films in every conceivable genre.
A lot may be happening, but stay tuned for gross, unadulterated scares and a wild, unique plot horror hadn't seen before this movie based off the equally absurd comic. Switching tones, moods, and even genres between scenes, it's a movie that defies easy categorization, and flits adeptly between the sentimental, the political, and the horrific. But he actually had exceptionally good taste. Bad Moon 1996 Warner Bros. She finds Hedy Jennifer Jason Leigh through a personals ad and offers her a room. The late 1990s would eventually be defined by Scream and the ironic genre commentaries that emerged in its wake, but the majority of the decade was an amorphous time period in which filmmakers experimented with new ideas, toyed around with the old ones, and produced a lot of exciting movies as a result. So being a werewolf has its benefits too.
No doubt the rise of the internet and subsequent easy access to pornography have stifled the genre, which once offered a semi-respectable means of titillation without the cultural shame of a stop to the porn shop. House on Haunted Hill 1999 Warner Bros. So Wishmaster is full of amusing wordplay — one woman wishes she could be beautiful forever, so the djinn turns her into a mannequin, etc. And the ending… hoo boy, that ending. And, apparently, there was just as much steaminess going on behind the scenes. Awfully, Antichrist uses sex and sexuality as a means of provocation, luridly presenting the scenes - which were unsimulated of course - in such a way that they're supposed to arouse, before pulling the rug away and smashing testicles and chopping off clitoris. Bad Moon might have been more popular if the title was more honest.