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84 mins.AVIscreens (+ DVd-cover): http://pix4porn.blogbugs.org/6380301/MalaBimba---screens.htmlSeemingly as a result of seance that goes wrong (or was this an attempt at exorcism) Daniela is possessed and becomes sex crazed and her mother (?), Nais, also becomes sex crazed and Daniela watches. Daniela grabs men's crotches, flashes at a posh party, gives her grandfather a blowjob and thereby kills him, seduces Sister Sofia who then commits suicide by leaping off the battlements.All hard core consists of inserted close ups, presumably using body doubles.Starring: Katell Laennec ... Daniela Karoli Patrizia Webley ... Nais Enzo Fisichella ... Andrea Giuseppe Maroccu ... Andrea's Brother Elisa Mainardi ... The Medium Giancarlo Del Duca ... Giorgio Pupita Lea ... Andrea's Mother Mariangela Giordano ... Sister SofiaAKA: * Bad Bimba * Bad Girl * Malabimba: the Malicious Whore * The Malicious Whore 1979 USA, cut version * Posesion de una adolescente 1979 Italy * Possession of a Teenager 1979Cast:Katell Laennec, Patrizia Webley, Enzo Fisichella, Giuseppe Marrocu, Elisa Mainardi, Giancarlo Del Duca, Pupita Lea, Mariangela GiordanoDirector: Andrea BianchiReelased: 1979Run Time: 01h:28m:12sDVD Release Date: September 25, 2007REVIEW:One of the more dependably outrageous purveyors of Eurosleaze in the late 1970s was Andrea Bianchi, auteur of the thoroughly demented Burial Ground and the lurid thriller Strip Nude for Your Killer. He also memorably combined sex with horror, and then more sex, in this 1979 opus, which caused outrage when it was released and still packs a nasty punch 30 years later.The story centers on the decayed and decadent family of Andrea (Enzo Fisichella), who is unable to afford the old castle any more. Tormented by memories of his dead wife Daniela, he arranges for a seance to contact her, but instead the medium (Elisa Mainardi) makes contact with a thoroughly nasty and sex-obsessed spirit named Lucrezia, which takes up residence in Andrea's sixteen-year-old daughter Bimba (Katell Laennec). Andrea's mother encourages him to marry the voluptuous and seductive Nais (Patrizia Webley), the wife of his paralyzed but still living brother Adolfo (Giuseppe Marrocu), in order to keep Adolfo's money in the family. Nais, a former prostitute, is more than interested, teasing Andrea while simultaneously keeping her boy toy Giorgio (Giancarlo Del Duca) handy. It's no wonder that Bimba starts behaving strangely, with all this going on, but the demonic spirit represents something far more malevolent than just the "morbid sexuality" that the doctors diagnose.Bianchi (directing under the name Andrew White) pulls out all the stops, piling on one transgression after another. Between incest and rape, voyeurism and exhibitionism, lesbianism and nunsploitation (thanks to Bimba's unnatural interest in Sister Sofia, Adolfo's nurse), Bianchi just keeps the lurid happenings coming, until there's hardly any horror left in the movie at all, and it's just moving from sex scene to sex scene. Perhaps the topper is when Bimba, unsatisfied with her usual antics, begins to have sex with her stuffed animal collection. You may never look at a Christmas elf the same way again. The film proper is pretty much softcore, though there are a number of brief hardcore inserts, derived from who knows where. But they certainly don't feature the principals, since there's not the slightest effort made to match costumes or sets.There are a number of key sequences lifted more or less directly from The Exorcist, such as Bimba exposing herself at a party, and the standard-issue moving furniture and inexplicable winds. One of the more subtle points borrowed is the notion that Lucrezia is using Bimba as a tool to corrupt Sister Sofia, much as Regan was used in The Exorcist to get to Father Merrin, with a similar concluding sacrifice. But where The Exorcist is essentially an urban horror, Malabimba benefits from its isolated setting, not to mention the excellent production values provided by shooting in a real castle. Even though it's covered with greenery, suggesting life, there's just enough rattiness apparent to project the image of a family that has become corrupt and twisted, reflecting their nature in their surroundings.Laennec has to pretty well carry the film, and although she is quite young she manages respectably, running the gamut from pure innocence to sluttish sexual frenzy to demonic corruptor (granted, the innocence seems a bit overdone but the dialogue makes a point of stating she has been unnaturally sheltered). The performance is all done without the aid of horror makeup, moreover, so it's pretty much all down to her skills, which are significant. Webley is quite enjoyable as the mature contrast, though just as malevolent in using her sexuality to get what she wants. Giordano isn't bad as Sister Sofia, though her surrender doesn't quite convince. The balance of the cast is hardly memorable; the conniving grandmother could have been a wonderful role with a Bette Davis in it but as it is it barely registers. Thanks to cuts, there are a number of plot points that can only be answered in the deleted scenes, such as exactly who Lucrezia was, or why certain characters suddenly disappear from the picture. Thankfully there's also an "integral version" on the disc that reinstates these cuts, although some of them exist only in quite substandard form.While Bianchi manages to create an effective atmosphere of sex and horror, there could be a bit less of the former and a bit more of the latter..

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84 mins.
AVI
screens (+ DVd-cover):
http://pix4porn.blogbugs.org...imba---screens.htmlSeemingly as a result of seance that goes wrong (or was this an attempt at exorcism) Daniela is possessed and becomes sex crazed and her mother (?), Nais, also becomes sex crazed and Daniela watches.
Daniela grabs men's crotches, flashes at a posh party, gives her grandfather a blowjob and thereby kills him, seduces Sister Sofia who then commits suicide by leaping off the battlements.
All hard core consists of inserted close ups, presumably using body doubles.
Starring:
Katell Laennec ... Daniela Karoli
Patrizia Webley ... Nais
Enzo Fisichella ... Andrea
Giuseppe Maroccu ... Andrea's Brother
Elisa Mainardi ... The Medium
Giancarlo Del Duca ... Giorgio
Pupita Lea ... Andrea's Mother
Mariangela Giordano ... Sister Sofia
AKA:
* Bad Bimba
* Bad Girl
* Malabimba: the Malicious Whore
* The Malicious Whore 1979 USA, cut version
* Posesion de una adolescente 1979 Italy
* Possession of a Teenager 1979
Cast:
Katell Laennec, Patrizia Webley, Enzo Fisichella, Giuseppe Marrocu, Elisa Mainardi, Giancarlo Del Duca, Pupita Lea, Mariangela Giordano
Director: Andrea Bianchi
Reelased: 1979
Run Time: 01h:28m:12s
DVD Release Date: September 25, 2007
REVIEW:One of the more dependably outrageous purveyors of Eurosleaze in the late 1970s was Andrea Bianchi, auteur of the thoroughly demented Burial Ground and the lurid thriller Strip Nude for Your Killer. He also memorably combined sex with horror, and then more sex, in this 1979 opus, which caused outrage when it was released and still packs a nasty punch 30 years later.
The story centers on the decayed and decadent family of Andrea (Enzo Fisichella), who is unable to afford the old castle any more. Tormented by memories of his dead wife Daniela, he arranges for a seance to contact her, but instead the medium (Elisa Mainardi) makes contact with a thoroughly nasty and sex-obsessed spirit named Lucrezia, which takes up residence in Andrea's sixteen-year-old daughter Bimba (Katell Laennec). Andrea's mother encourages him to marry the voluptuous and seductive Nais (Patrizia Webley), the wife of his paralyzed but still living brother Adolfo (Giuseppe Marrocu), in order to keep Adolfo's money in the family. Nais, a former prostitute, is more than interested, teasing Andrea while simultaneously keeping her boy toy Giorgio (Giancarlo Del Duca) handy. It's no wonder that Bimba starts behaving strangely, with all this going on, but the demonic spirit represents something far more malevolent than just the "morbid sexuality" that the doctors diagnose.
Bianchi (directing under the name Andrew White) pulls out all the stops, piling on one transgression after another. Between incest and rape, voyeurism and exhibitionism, lesbianism and nunsploitation (thanks to Bimba's unnatural interest in Sister Sofia, Adolfo's nurse), Bianchi just keeps the lurid happenings coming, until there's hardly any horror left in the movie at all, and it's just moving from sex scene to sex scene. Perhaps the topper is when Bimba, unsatisfied with her usual antics, begins to have sex with her stuffed animal collection. You may never look at a Christmas elf the same way again. The film proper is pretty much softcore, though there are a number of brief hardcore inserts, derived from who knows where. But they certainly don't feature the principals, since there's not the slightest effort made to match costumes or sets.
There are a number of key sequences lifted more or less directly from The Exorcist, such as Bimba exposing herself at a party, and the standard-issue moving furniture and inexplicable winds. One of the more subtle points borrowed is the notion that Lucrezia is using Bimba as a tool to corrupt Sister Sofia, much as Regan was used in The Exorcist to get to Father Merrin, with a similar concluding sacrifice. But where The Exorcist is essentially an urban horror, Malabimba benefits from its isolated setting, not to mention the excellent production values provided by shooting in a real castle. Even though it's covered with greenery, suggesting life, there's just enough rattiness apparent to project the image of a family that has become corrupt and twisted, reflecting their nature in their surroundings.
Laennec has to pretty well carry the film, and although she is quite young she manages respectably, running the gamut from pure innocence to sluttish sexual frenzy to demonic corruptor (granted, the innocence seems a bit overdone but the dialogue makes a point of stating she has been unnaturally sheltered). The performance is all done without the aid of horror makeup, moreover, so it's pretty much all down to her skills, which are significant. Webley is quite enjoyable as the mature contrast, though just as malevolent in using her sexuality to get what she wants. Giordano isn't bad as Sister Sofia, though her surrender doesn't quite convince. The balance of the cast is hardly memorable; the conniving grandmother could have been a wonderful role with a Bette Davis in it but as it is it barely registers. Thanks to cuts, there are a number of plot points that can only be answered in the deleted scenes, such as exactly who Lucrezia was, or why certain characters suddenly disappear from the picture. Thankfully there's also an "integral version" on the disc that reinstates these cuts, although some of them exist only in quite substandard form.
While Bianchi manages to create an effective atmosphere of sex and horror, there could be a bit less of the former and a bit more of the latter.
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