A Collection Of The Most Savagely Erotic, Controversial, And Violent Films Ever Made
Bootlegged for more than 20 years, this legendary violent underground cult classic finally makes its home video debut.
The two "marauders," JD Kruger (Zero Montana) and Emilio East (Colin Savage), are dangerous white trash delinquents from the Australian ghetto. After killing his mother, JD heads out to carouse with Emilio, but gets knocked over in a hit-and-run accident on the way. He and Emilio begin hunting down the driver, David Frazer (Paul Harrington) and his girl for the day, ripping off a local pub and a publican's daughter along the way. A mob of angry locals gathers and hunts down the marauders vigilante style in the film's violent end.
A Blood Symphony is Violence as Art, Terror as Beauty, a blood-stained tale of vengeance as ferocious as Mother Nature herself spawned in a watery grave.
A determined woman (Susanne Hausschmid) refuses to bow to the demands of land developers eager to exploit her beachfront paradise. They in turn begin a cruel, violent campaign to destroy her and everything she holds dear that culminates in a brutal assault intended to put an end to her opposition to their development. But sometimes, justice can transcend death, and when the woman returns to avenge her losses, there will be no mercy...
Sensitive New Age Killer (2000)
Struggling hitman Paul Morris (Paul Moder) is handicapped by his sensitive nature and very complicated life. When he is not being shot at, punched, kicked, and stabbed, Paul is being blackmailed into twisted sex acts by horny female cop and amateur dominatrix Matty (Carolyn Bock). Meanwhile Paul's psychotic partner George (Kevin Hopkins) is sabotaging his hits, while his poor wife Helen (Helen Hopkins) becomes the focus of George's warped "mother" fixation.
As if this wasn't enough, things get even more complicated for Paul when his childhood hero and career inspiration, "The Snake" (Frank Bren), hits town to fight him for the right to do the same "big hit" as him.