Joan Collins stars as Fontaine, a night club owner in both of these steamy 70's erotic dramas. The Stud: ontaine (Dame Joan Collins) is the London wife of Benjamin (Walter Gotell), a wealthy Arab businessman. She spends his money on her nightclub, The Hobo , and partying. She hires a handsome manager, Tony (Oliver Tobias), to run her club, but it is understood that his job security is dependent on his satisfying her nymphomaniacal demands. The Bitch: The owner of a trendy disco starts having problems with the men in her life and the Mafia, which is trying to move in on her place.
The eagerly awaited sequel to The Stud sees pleasure-seeking divorcee, Fontaine Khaled (Joan Collins) meeting diamond-smuggling crook Nico Cantafoa (Antonio Cantafora) who is in debt to the Mob. When Nico charms Fontaine and user her to unwittingly courier stolen diamonds, it doesn t take Fontaine long to realise that she has again involved in another sexually-charged but ill-starred relationship. Set against the backdrop of Fontaine s nightclub Hobo, money and sex become the ultimate power of The Bitch...
The story of ""Demon"" continues as a birthday party in a high-security apartment building (with bullet-proof windows) is interrupted when the birthday girl is transformed by a horror movie on TV into a demon. All hell breaks loose as the residents unable to escape the building are forced to battle the zombie-demon neighbors
HE SOUGHT THE ULTIMATE IN HUMAN AGONY... One of the horror giant Mario Bava's biggest hits, Baron Blood returns to the all-stops-out Gothic atmosphere and the central theme of a witch's curse that fuelled his breakthrough film Black Sunday twelve years later. This time, the curse was placed on Baron Otto von Kleist, Austria's legendarily murderous 'Baron Blood', whose corpse is inadvertently revived when an ancient incantation is read out as a joke by a descendant and his girlfriend. Naturally, the Baron decides to carry on where he originally left off, with the help of an entire vault of elaborate torture devices. Jospeh Cotten (Citizen Kane, The Third Man) has a whale of a time as the deceptively charming Baron, and is given sterling support from Elke Sommer (Lisa and the Devil), who is chased through fog-shrouded alleyways in one of Bava's modst memorably atmospheric set-pieces.
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