Tower of Evil (1972)
Tower of Evil is a 1972 British horror film directed by Jim O'Connolly. The movie follows a group of archaeologists who travel to a remote island to investigate a mysterious tower. While exploring the tower, they discover a hidden chamber that contains the remains of a long-dead cult. As they investigate further, they uncover a dark secret that has been hidden for centuries.
The movie is known for its explicit sexual content, which was quite shocking for its time. In one scene, a female cult member is seen performing a ritualistic dance in a state of undress. This scene is quite graphic and is one of the most memorable moments in the film.
Another scene features a female cult member seducing a male archaeologist. This scene is quite explicit and features a lot of nudity. The scene is also quite disturbing as it is implied that the female cult member is using her sexuality to manipulate the male archaeologist.
The movie also features a scene in which a female cult member is seen having sex with a male cult member. This scene is quite graphic and is one of the most controversial moments in the film.
Overall, Tower of Evil is a classic horror movie that is known for its explicit sexual content. While some of the scenes may be too graphic for some viewers, the movie is still worth watching for its unique and disturbing story.
A man pulls the blanket off a sleeping nude women briefly revealing her breasts. She quickly sits up screaming and covers them.
Numerous shots of naked dead bodies, naked people and shots of people after sex.
Female characters walk around without bras, breast and nipples are visible underneath their clothing.
Characters are frequently seen walking around naked, the longest body exposure is in rear shots.
Characters are seen in the process of having sexual relations.