The second part of the "Trilogy of Lust"-series tells the story about a woman who suffers from a childhood trauma when she was brutally raped by her uncle and his stinky booze companions. Now as an adult she leads two different lives: during the day she´s the upright manager of a firm, but at night she goes on murderous sprees, dressed in sexy rubber and latex costumes, to have sex with unsuspecting men. After the sexual intercourse she kills them violently and collects body parts like ears or noses as her trophies.. . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
Trilogy of Lust 2: Portrait of a Sex Killer
A woman suffers from a childhood trauma when she was brutally raped by her uncle and his stinky booze companions. Now as an adult she leads two different lives: during the day she's the ...
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Daniel W (ru) wrote: let it be known that i cant stand charlene choi, every film ive ever seen her in has made me want to twist her head off and punt it as far as physically possible.....until i saw this she plays the part amazingly as a psychotic/schizophrenic/loony/confused depressant, the film drags a little towards the end but the pay off is worth it please charlene make more crazy lady films !!! you wont be working with gillian anytime soon anyway !
Jill R (fr) wrote: How could this have such a lukewarm response? Oh, perhaps timing -- It should have been first rather than a prequel.
Melissa W (au) wrote: So bad that it's funny!
Logan M (ag) wrote: One of the most memorable 'fish out of water' comedies.
Jon C (fr) wrote: jeez, this is way too scary a film even from Disneybut it gets the job done particularly for the adultsbeing young is ok and being old is fine too; both have something to look back on and to look forward to no matter what kind of magic can change itthere's a number of creepy scenes here but Jonathan Pryce really shows the scarinesssure he can grant your wish but you're a prisoner of his dark carnivalthe focus here is more on the relationships of the two boys and the father, when it wants to be scary it is but it's only occasionalthe kids though I guess don't want to be scarred for life by the imagery and dark atmosphereit's a dark, wicked, gothic film that I think families can pull through without any reprecussions
dan b (br) wrote: Not nearly as provocative as the title would have u believe but still it's enough to fire up any young lads imagination. What's more interesting to the rest of us is the chance to see a young blond pre-back to the future Crispin Glover cutting his acting teeth, even back then he was fun to watch.
Garrett C (fr) wrote: So the songs were kind of terrible, the performances were awful, the message is totally wrong, and it was unfortunately filmed a decade too late. But, I gotta say I was pretty entertained by it and it had a kind of charm that I couldn't resist. It really reminded me of another movie that I totally can't stand, "Godspell," but just from hazy memory I think I liked this more as a film despite the message of Godspell probably being better.
Sameed S (us) wrote: This is one of guilty free movies that I enjoy.The story is cliche: so whatGodzilla looks like the T-Rex: so whatBaby Godzilla looks like Velociraptors from Jurassic Park: so whatI like this movie
Ryan L (fr) wrote: A fairly decent horror flick although it was pretty low on suspense. And the ending wasnt very good either.