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Italy, the country of the Pope and the most mouth-watering mamma mias on earth alike, has gifted the world with countless treasures.
But in the realm of erotic filmmaking, Italy has produced one master whose genius for toplessness can not be topped and whose brilliance with bottomlessness is simply bottomless itself.
That visionary T&A maestro is writer-director Tinto Brass.
Brass’s back (and full-frontal) catalog includes skinstant classics on the order of the Nazi whorehouse saga Salon Kitty (1976), Stefania Sandrelli’s super-stacked showcase The Key (1983), the Deborah Caprioglio bra-buster Paprika (1991), Claudia Koll’s breathtaking backdoor vehicle All Ladies Do It (1992), the appropriately named ass-stravaganza Cheeky (2000) and, of course, the mightiest sexploitation epic ever mounted since the days of ancient Rome itself, Caligula (1979).
Aside from mammary maven Russ Meyer, no filmmaker in history can match the Brass eye for both discovering and immortalizing seemingly impossible all-natural female beauty.
This makes every new Tinto Brass movie to hit Mr. Skin a cause for celebration. So be prepared to raise more than just your wine class in honor of his newest DVD release Monamour (2005) starring Anna Jimskaia and Nela Lucic.
Pics and videos are available now to all Mr. Skin members—as is Brass’s long, luscious filmography, nothing any lover of continental knockouts should live without seeing.
Even more intriguing is Brass’s claim that he is presently mounting a remake of Caligula for theatrical release—in 3D no less!
We can hardly wait to see what magic Tinto makes using tits and glasses.... read more
Retro Skin is a regular look back at outrageous, obscure, and even unknown films from the wild world of skinema history that broke naked ground in their day and now live forever at MrSkin.com.
In the annals of “spaghetti splatter” gore films from Italy in the 1970s and ’80s, the name Lucio Fulci ranks high among the most revered.
From his breakthrough shocker A Lizard in a Woman’s Skin (1971) through his signature classic Zombie (1979) to his meta-horror freak-out Cat in the Brain (1990), Fulci established an over-the-top style in which flesh and blood exploded with orgiastic abandon.... read more
Throughout the Month of October, Count Down the Sexiest Nude Horror Movie Hotties of All Time!
Number 9: Asia Argento
Lunging forth from the loins of one of cinema’s most revered fright maestros and a grande dame of horror in her own right, Asia Argento certainly seems to have been destined for Scream Queen greatness.
Tits the season to turn (on) to Satan.
Follow the McMestophelian trail of McBeardo as he conjures up a stroker’s dozen of the most scorchingly occult-themed flesh-flicks to ever destroy pants and reap souls.
That same year, Antonioni also helmed La Notte, another remarkable success. It hardly seems a coincidence that both of these breakthroughs contained female nudity.
However, Antonioni truly broke open skinternational possibilities with the swinging London mystery Blow Up, which showcased name starlets -- Vanessa Redgrave and Jane Birkin, to be precise -- in amazing, taboo-shattering states of undress. The result was a critically hailed masterwork and global box-office blockbuster.
Get the naked picture after the jump.
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