Twins of Evil (1971)
Twins of Evil is a 1971 British horror film directed by John Hough and starring Peter Cushing and Mary and Madeleine Collinson. The film follows two twin sisters, Maria and Frieda Gellhorn, who move to a small village in Germany to live with their uncle Gustav Weil, the leader of a religious sect known as the Brotherhood of the Damned.
The film is known for its explicit sexual content, which was quite daring for its time. The twins are portrayed as sexually liberated women who are not afraid to explore their sexuality. Maria and Frieda are seen in various states of undress throughout the film, and there are several scenes of them embracing and kissing each other.
The film also features a number of explicit sexual scenes between the twins and the men in the village. In one scene, Maria and Frieda are seen in a barn with two of the village men, and the scene culminates in a threesome. In another scene, Frieda is seen in a passionate embrace with one of the men, and the two of them eventually make love.
The sexual content of the film was quite controversial at the time, and it was even banned in some countries. However, it has since become a cult classic, and its explicit sexual content has been praised by many critics.
Twins of Evil is a unique horror film that is not afraid to explore the sexual desires of its characters. Its explicit sexual content was quite daring for its time, and it has since become a cult classic.
One of the twins Pubic hair can be seen through her see through nightgown.
A nude woman is strapped to an altar. Her entire naked body is visible through a see-through sheet. During the ritual, a man rubs blood on her naked chest.
A man and woman begin to make love. The woman guides the man's hand to her breast, and the man's hands explore her body.
Women all over this movie, wear low cut tops, revealing significant cleavages
A young woman's top is opened, revealing most of her breasts including her nipples.