In the dying days of Empire, Ancient Rome falls under the rule of Caligula, the most evil and perverse emperor ever to wield power over men. Director and softcore legend Tinto Brass and Penthouse publisher Bob Guccione team up to craft the most expensive, excessive erotic production ever filmed.Emperor Caligula is an incestuous, psychopathic despot, hell bent on bloodshed and sodomy in this orgiastic fever dream that plays like a Fellini movie with money shots.Watch with ever increasing shock and awe as Caligula, the twisted dictator brings an empire, and the women... of Rome, to their knees, in an explosion of lust, lesbianism, torture and bloodshed. [show more]
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Please note this is a region B Blu-Ray and will require a region B or region free Blu-Ray player in order to play A reputedly faithful cinematic depiction of the historical events of Caligula&39;s Rome including the decadence and debauchery that marked his reign This notorious release has faced rather hysterical hostility from would-be censors Financed by Penthouse Magazine magnate Bob Guccione who was accused of inserting hardcore sex scenes after completing photography with the impressive and esteemed cast of British actors Features three different versions of the film; the full uncut version UK theatrical version and the alternative version which replaces much of the more sexually explicit scenes with alternative scenes and camera angles Contains graphic sex and violence
The full, unexpurgated version of Tinto Brass's infamous soft-porn Roman epic. Malcolm McDowell stars as the deranged Emperor whose depraved acts include giving his horse political office, sleeping with his own sister and executing anyone who remotely displeases him. Gore Vidal provides the (uncredited) screenplay. The film, which is punctuated by a sequence of elaborate orgy scenes, remained in limbo for two years as Brass wrangled over the right to a final cut, and various versions have been in circulation over the years since its initial release.