I hope that the only time "Mission Impossible" or "Tom Cruise" will be read on Mondo Exploito is in the same sentence as "Ghanaian movie poster".
I'm sure most of you have seen this week's clip. This scene of acrobatic, airborne fucking made its rounds on the internet some years ago.
Lulu's Talking Ass takes the talking pussy framework of Le Sexe qui parle (1975), but moves the Look Who's Talking abilities a few centimetres next door.
This cover was illustrated by Connor Willumsen, a name I doubt I will be forgetting any time soon.
In celebration of Jesus and chocolate eggs, I dug out my copy of Chad Ferrin's obscenely entertaining Easter Bunny, Kill! Kill! to provide you with a scene featuring a man in a bunny mask drilling a pedophile through the face.
This is a stupid, stupid film. Along with the original, it's one of the few films I'd describe as pure evil. Pure, stupid evil. In other words, Daughter of Darkness II is a must see film.
I stumbled across this poster a couple of days ago while searching for something completely unrelated. I fell in love immediately.
It's always interesting tracking a director's development in their early years, and though Shinjuku Outlaw is nothing spectacular, there are hints of the Takashi Miike we know and [some of us] love.
This is not a film to watch with a pack of rowdy pals. It's a film to watch when sporting a hangover, alone and sad, on a rainy weekend afternoon. This won't give shark fans their fix either, but fans of shirtless 50s hunks will be in fucking heaven.
I find this poster for the 1974 film Abby enormously unsettling. There's not much else to say.
The cast of Misty Beethoven is fantastic. The late, great Jamie Gillis, in particular, is amazing; he nails his delivery as skillfully as he nails his co-stars.