Terror-Creatures from the Grave (1965)
Terror-Creatures from the Grave (1965) is a horror movie directed by Massimo Pupillo and starring Walter Brandi, Barbara Steele, and Gianni Medici. The movie follows a group of people who are terrorized by a group of undead creatures that have been resurrected from their graves.
The movie is known for its explicit sexual moments, which were quite rare for horror movies of the time. One of the most memorable scenes is when the female lead, Barbara Steele, is attacked by a zombie in a graveyard. The zombie grabs her and forces her to the ground, and the camera lingers on her body as she struggles to escape. This scene is particularly shocking because it was one of the first times that a horror movie featured a female character being sexually assaulted.
Another memorable scene is when Barbara Steele's character is seduced by a zombie. The zombie attempts to kiss her, and she is initially repulsed by the creature's advances. However, as the scene progresses, she begins to succumb to the zombie's advances and eventually gives in to his advances. This scene is particularly shocking because it was one of the first times that a horror movie featured a female character being seduced by a zombie.
Overall, Terror-Creatures from the Grave (1965) is a classic horror movie that is remembered for its explicit sexual moments. While these scenes may be shocking to modern audiences, they were groundbreaking for the time and helped to set the stage for more explicit horror movies in the future.
A woman undresses, then turns and screams. Her breasts are seen from the side, briefly.
A woman is seen dressing, first in silhouette through a sheet, then later she is seen dressing on the other side of the sheet. Her breasts are seen from the side.
A woman is seen in a bubble bath (no nudity).When she steps out of the tub we see her naked from the side in the reflection of a mirror.
A man and woman kiss passionately. Then they are seen in bed, kissing. Her breast is seen from the side only. (Sex is implied.)
Another man and woman kiss a couple of times and embrace.