Devil Times Five (1974)
Devil Times Five is a 1974 horror film directed by Sean MacGregor and starring Leif Garrett, Patty McCormack, and John Carradine. The film follows five children who are sent to a remote mountain resort for a summer vacation, only to find themselves terrorized by a mysterious figure.
The film is notable for its exploration of sexuality, particularly in the scenes involving the five children. The film features several moments of sexual tension between the characters, as well as some explicit scenes. The most notable of these is a scene in which the children are shown skinny-dipping in a lake. This scene is particularly effective in conveying the sense of danger and vulnerability that the characters are feeling.
The film also features a scene in which one of the children, a young girl, is shown in a compromising position with an older man. This scene is particularly shocking, as it highlights the vulnerability of the children and the powerlessness they feel in the face of the mysterious figure.
Overall, Devil Times Five is a powerful exploration of sexuality and the vulnerability of children. The film's explicit scenes and moments of sexual tension are effective in conveying the sense of danger and fear that the characters are feeling. As such, the film is an important contribution to the horror genre.
A woman's robe opens during a fight and exposes one of her bare breasts.
A man and a woman have sex. (We see the side of her bare breast)
A nude man carries a woman to bed. (We see his bare butt)
A nude woman is killed in a bathtub (Bare breasts and later bare butt are shown)