The Town That Dreaded Sundown (1976)
The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a 1976 American horror film directed by Charles B. Pierce. The film is based on the true story of a series of unsolved murders that occurred in and around the town of Texarkana, Arkansas in 1946. The film follows a young couple, played by Ben Johnson and Dawn Wells, as they are terrorized by a mysterious killer known as the Phantom Killer.
The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a classic slasher film, and as such, it contains some sexual moments. The most prominent of these is the scene in which the Phantom Killer attacks a young couple in a parked car. The couple is making out when the killer appears and begins to attack them. The scene is intense and violent, but it also contains a sexual element as the couple is in a compromising position when the attack begins.
The film also contains a few other sexual moments. In one scene, the Phantom Killer is seen watching a couple making out in a car. In another scene, a young woman is seen undressing in her bedroom, unaware that the killer is watching her. These scenes are brief and don't contain any explicit content, but they do add to the film's overall atmosphere of dread and suspense.
Overall, The Town That Dreaded Sundown is a classic slasher film that contains some sexual moments. These moments are brief and don't contain any explicit content, but they do add to the film's overall atmosphere of dread and suspense.
No sex or nudity seen. There are references to the fact that the killer may become sexually excited through harming others (sadism) and that he bit a woman on the stomach and breasts during an offscreen attack.
A young boy's buttocks are briefly seen as he swings from an old tire on a rope and jumps into a lake with another boy. This is the only nudity but it happens so fast not everyone sees it.
Male police officers disguise themselves as females and pretend to date other male police officers to bait the killer. The scene is played for laughs and no sex happens.