WARNING: This episode is about films that feature graphic sexual content and stomach-churning violence.

We tackle the work of an Italian man that directed 196 feature films in every genre: Horror, western, science fiction, pirate martial arts, historical drama, mondo, and hardcore pornography. Especially the last one. Titles include BEYOND THE DARKNESS, EMANUELLE IN AMERICA, and PORNO HOLOCAUST.

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Films Under Discussion:

WARNING: These trailers may feature graphic sexual content and stomach-churning violence.

Beyond the Darkness: (1979) Grief-struck after the death of his wife, a young man attempts to keep her with him forever – by gutting her, stuffing her and replacing her eyes with glass eyes, turning her into a doll. But his bouts of insanity are just beginning.” – IMDB

Emanuelle in America (1977): An American journalist travels throughout the world in search of a good story by joining a modern-day harem and traveling to Venice to see what really goes on at diplomatic parties. While trying to expose a corrupt government official, Emanuelle stumbles upon a group that uses kidnapped girls to make and sell snuff films. A brush with death leaves Emanuelle wondering if it is perhaps time to hang up her camera for good.” – IMDB

Endgame (1983) – A telepathic mutant recruits a post-World War III TV game-show warrior to lead her band of mutants to safety.” – IMDB

Death Smiles on a Murderer (1973) : A man discovers an ancient Incan formula for raising the dead, and uses it for a series of revenge murders.” – IMDB