Whether it's someone getting shot repetitively in the balls or the wince-inducing bathtub scene in I Spit on Your Grave, the dick and ball area is a constant source of entertainment and cringey faces.
Gorosaurus ranks highly on many fan lists of monster favourites, including my own. Perhaps it is his no-frills design and sympathetic aura that give him his edge.
Leonard Nimoy presents the ultimate guide on surviving the Y2K apocalypse for you and your family.
Chocolate Strawberry Vanilla had a far stronger emotional resonance than I expected, and it features one of the most honest lead performance seen in Aussie cinema for some time.
It should come as no surprise that this gorgeously illustrated poster for 1965's Las Lobas del Ring would be included on Mondo Exploito. The real surprise is that it didn't appear sooner. It's trashy in the best possible way. Lurid, colourful, mysterious. What's not to love?
Female Prisoner #701: Scorpion is wild and features some incredible scenes captured in an incredibly theatrical style. Here is an example and one of the greatest showers scenes in cinema history...
Samurai Cop is like taking a peek into the unfiltered mind of an intense 14 year old boy's macho wet dream fantasy. Its uneasy mixture of tasteless laughs and extreme violence makes it essential viewing for trash lovers.
Gut-Pile delivers cheap, cheesy horror in earnest. And that's why I like it.
A perverse little tale of daddy love, Toys Are Not for Children is a jaw-dropping experience and rather better made than you'd expect. It is served well by this excellent poster.
With limited screen time in The Mummy's Shroud, Ripper manages to create an incredibly sympathetic character in Longbarrow. Longbarrow's death at the hands of the Mummy is a shocking moment.
From Stanley Kramer’s melodrama On the Beach, George Miller’s masterful Mad Max, to the stupefying Sons of Steel (to name a few), Australia has featured in a spattering of post-apocalyptic films. But none are as upbeat and pumping as Smoke ‘Em If You Got ‘Em.