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Shameless Screen Entertainment is a highly visible, pulp-inspired, in-your-face exploitation brand of discovery offering up carefully picked vile, evil, gore-soaked, demented, disturbing, deranged, naked flesh-filled, flesh-ripping, depraved, tormenting movies that will delight horror and exploitation fans.

Our stores are now stacked with a great selection of films from Shameless, see some of our choice cuts below, along with the full list of films.

Torso


Torso is hailed by both Tarantino and Eli Roth as director Sergio Martino’s masterpiece. And its electrifying denouement, elevated to the level of Hitchcock, is their avowed inspiration!

Made after his uber stylish Strange Vice of Mrs Wardh & All The Colours of the Dark, here Martino goes deeper into sexually-charged giallo thereby becoming one of the genre’s most iconic exponent.

Luscious students, whom we can only assume are studying for a PhD in stripping, head off for a vacation. Luckily for fans of psycho sexual thrillers, a black-gloved saw-wielding killer has followed them to their sapphic retreat and starts effective slayer multi-tasking by mutilating his way through a cast of hot beauties.

All The Colours Of The Dark


Italian celluloid icon Edwige Fenech (The Strange Vice Of Mrs Wardh, Top Sensation) leads an all-star cast as Jane Harrison, a nervous housewife plagued by nightmarish visions of her own bloody murder. To cure her hellish fantasies her bewitching neighbour Mary (Marina Malfatti, The Red Queen Kills Seven Times) initiates Jane into a Satanic coven. But when she witnesses Mary’s ritual sacrifice at a candlelit black mass, Jane’s diabolical dreams start to come true. Who is the blue-eyed phantom stalking her and has she already witnessed her own death.

Genre acolytes George Hilton, Ivan Rassimov and Susan Scott join the unholy alliance in Martino’s tense and paranoid fever dream. Presented in ravishing high-definition and with a haunting score from Bruno Nicolai, satanic panic has never been so stylish.

The Church


Stunning visuals, creepy atmospheric horror and gasp-inducing shock! From director Michele Soavi (Dellamorte Dellamore, The Sect) and writer Dario Argento, comes the first ever UK Blu-ray release of this Italian horror classic.

After Teutonic Knights massacre a village of ‘witches’ in medieval times, the sinister religious order builds a gothic Church on the site of the atrocity. Hundreds of years later, the church’s librarian (Tomas Arana) accidentally unleashes whatever darkness was laid in the church’s ground that terrible day. At the mercy of the waking demons and satanic spirits, the churchgoers who’ve been trapped inside by the building’s ancient mechanisms soon succumb to the evil in an orgy of diabolic-lust and merciless slaughter. With a brooding score from genre cohorts Keith Emerson and Goblin, Soavi ramps the dread up to 666 before building to a blood-curdling finale.

Four Flies On Grey Velvet


Who is the deranged maniac persecuting and mentally torturing celebrated rock musician Roberto Tobias (Michael Brandon)? First he’s implicated in a horrifying stabbing and is soon surrounded by other senseless slaughter. The last strange image captured on one murder victim’s eye retina contains the only clue to the demented criminal manipulator. And their identity will take Roberto over the edge of sanity to a shock horror peak in Dario Argento’s classic giallo chiller.

This homicidal frenzy completed Argento’s revered ‘Animal’ trilogy (alongside The Bird With The Crystal Plumage and Cat O’ Nine Tails) that dubbed him ‘The Italian Hitchcock’, leading to Suspiria and his worldwide ‘Master of Horror’ reputation.

And Argento’s unmistakable flair for creating fear in lavish style is on stunning show in this slick, sick primal scream – with a shattering slow-motion climax given further operatic violence by one of genius Ennio Morricone’s most memorable scores.

Strange Vice Of Mrs Wardh


A ‘violent masterpiece’ directed by Sergio Martino (Torso).

An ambassador’s wife discovers that one of the men in her life – either her husband, an ex-lover or her current lover – may be a vicious serial killer. This beautiful hypnotic film depicts a series of grisly murders, the victims of which all have some connection to our heroine, Mrs. Julie Wardh (the stunning queen of 1970’s Italian Giallo cinema: Edwige Fenech).

Voted one of the top Giallos ever, not only for its surreal S&M imagery featuring plenty of suspense, sleaze, nudity and gruesome killings but also because it this is the film which placed Edwige Fenech (Strip Nude For Your Killer) in the hearts of besotted fans around the world.

10th Victim


Ursula Andress, voted the greatest Bond Girl ever, sports another iconic bikini, and this time it literally kills! Set in the near future, the film opens with Andress killing her penultimate victim in “The Big Hunt”, a reality-TV style game show which selects both ‘Hunter’ and ‘Victim’ from participants; the two then chase one another around the globe: kill your 10th victim and you win millions! Andress’ final victim is the cool, sun-loving Italian Marcello (Mastroianni) who also needs to notch up another kill.

Oscar Winning director Elio Petri’s groundbreaking film heralded generations of films, like “Rollerball” or Schwarzenegger’s “Running Man”, about gladiatorial-death shows and announced our age of increasingly outrageous reality-TV and the latest fascination with “Hunger Games” dystopia.

Its exquisite Pop-Art visuals, and humorous visual observations have influenced countless films, none more than the Austin Powers sets and costumes.

The Sect


Satanic sacrifice, face-ripping gore and a channel-hopping bunny! Directed by Michele Soavi (The Church, Cemetery Man) and co-scripted and produced by Dario Argento: We know their names, let’s experience the nature of their games.

Watch with glee while schoolteacher (Kelly Curtis) becomes the target of a devil-worshipping sect… Soon her friends either disappear, become crazed zombie-like murderers or… get their heart ripped out. Still beating. Some even jerk back to life in an undead bloodletting frenzy! Is Jamie-Lee Curtis’ pretty sister loosing her mind or has the devil come into her?

Adding 666 degrees of terror to a Rosemary’s Baby scenario, Soavi blowtorches a diabolic opus that will get you to claw your own face off with fear.

Cannibal Holocaust Redux


Primitive savagery meets the brutality of the modern world in Ruggero Deodato’s timeless slice of visceral horror – Cannibal Holocaust, a film so violent and depraved that the director was charged with killing his own cast!

Anthropologist Harold Munroe is hellbound as he travels into the green inferno of South America’s rainforest in an attempt to find a documentary crew lost months before. Instead of survivors he discovers a world of cannibalistic excess beyond his wildest imaginings but when he returns home and screens the footage left behind by the eviscerated filmmakers, chaos erupts as the screen is filled with some of most disturbing images ever committed to celluloid.

also in the offer

Contraband

Dellamorte Dellamore

Top Sensation

The Church

House With Laughing Windows

Viva

Cannibal Holocaust Redux

Shameless: Pop Erotica Fest

Formula For Murder

All The Colours Of The Dark

Strip Nude For Your Killer

The Sect

New York Ripper

Bronx Warriors

Ratman

Amsterdamned

Sister Of Ursula

Shameless Sexploitation

Beast In Space

Satans Baby Doll

Fulcis Box Of Terror (New York

Strange Vice Of Mrs Wardh

House On The Edge Of The Park:

Escape From The Bronx

Four Flies On Grey Velvet

Phantom Of Death

My Dear Killer

Venus In Furs

Baba Yaga, The Final Cut

Killer Nun

New Barbarians

Oasis Of Fear

Almost Human

What Have They Done To Your Da

Torso

Footprints

Who Saw Her Die

Love Goddess Of The Cannibals

Manhattan Baby

Designated Victim

Frightened Woman

Deodato: Cinema Of Death

Shameless Slasher Nasties

Flavia The Heretic


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