Incense for the Damned (1971)
Incense for the Damned, released in 1971, is a British horror film directed by Robert Hartford-Davis. The movie follows the story of Dr. Simon Bellamy, a psychiatrist who is called to a remote island to help a young woman who is suffering from a mental breakdown. While on the island, Bellamy discovers a dark secret involving a group of people who are involved in a strange cult.
The movie contains several sexual moments, which add to the eerie atmosphere of the film. One of the most memorable scenes is when Bellamy discovers a group of cult members in a secret room, engaging in a ritualistic orgy. The scene is shot in a way that is both disturbing and erotic, with the cult members writhing around in a trance-like state.
Another sexual moment occurs when Bellamy is seduced by a mysterious woman. The woman, who is revealed to be a vampire, attempts to seduce Bellamy in order to feed on his blood. The scene is shot in a way that is both sensual and creepy, with the woman's pale skin and red lips contrasting against the dark setting.
The sexual moments in Incense for the Damned add to the overall atmosphere of the film, creating a sense of dread and unease. The movie is a classic example of British horror, and its sexual moments are sure to leave viewers feeling unsettled.
Bloodsuckers cut: -A 10 second orgy. The audience can only see people rolling around on top of each other.
A nude dead body is seen, bloody.
A woman's breast is seen from the side at a swimming pool for a couple of seconds.
Incense for the Damned cut: -There's an orgy scene that is fueled with drugs that lasts at least 5 minutes. Countless women's breasts are seen, but there is no nudity beyond that or really even simulated sex.