Black Cobra Woman (1976)
Black Cobra Woman (1976) is a cult classic Italian horror film directed by Mario Imperoli. The film follows the story of a young woman named Maria who is kidnapped by a mysterious cult and forced to become a Black Cobra Woman. The cult is led by a mysterious figure known as the High Priestess, who is determined to make Maria into a powerful weapon of destruction.
The film is known for its intense and explicit sexual content. The High Priestess uses her powers to manipulate Maria into becoming a willing participant in her cult’s rituals. The film features several scenes of Maria being subjected to various sexual acts, including bondage, whipping, and forced orgasms. The film also features a scene of Maria being forced to have sex with a snake.
The film’s sexual content is often seen as exploitative and controversial. However, it is also seen as a commentary on the power dynamics between men and women. The film’s depiction of Maria’s transformation from a victim to a powerful figure is seen as a metaphor for female empowerment.
Black Cobra Woman is a cult classic that has gained a cult following over the years. The film’s intense and explicit sexual content has made it a controversial classic, but it is also seen as a powerful statement about female empowerment.
This is a softcore flick - tons of nudity. Several scenes depicting women dancing topless or naked, shower scene depicting two women bathing each other, several scenes depicting sex and masturbation. There is a pervasive theme of lesbianism throughout the film with several scenes depicting female-female sex, kissing and masturbation.