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Holocausto Porno

Porno Holocaust
Orgasmo Nero II: Insel der Zombies

Italy 1981
produced by
Kristal Film
directed by Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi)
starring Mark Shannon (= Manlio Cersosimo), Lucia Ramirez, George Eastman (= Luigi Montefiori), Annj Goren (= Annamaria Napoletano), Dirce Funari, Joe D'Amato (= Aristide Massaccesi)
written by Tom Salina, music by Nico Fidenco, cinematography by Aristide Massaccesi (= Joe D'Amato), assistant director: Donatella Donati

Joe D'Amato's Carribean series

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Captain Herbier (Mark Shannon) is hired to take a quintet of scientists to an island that's supposed to be radioactively contaminated after bomb tests some 20 years earlier ... but not before he has sex and falls in love with one of the scientists, Annie (Lucia Ramirez). By the way, the other female scientists of the mission are also shown having sex, there's a lesbian encounter between Simone (Dirce Funari) and the Contessa while later, the Contessa has a threeway with two black men. Nothing of this has anything to do with the film's narrative though ...

On the island, our scientists find that it is no longer contaminated and soon they indulge into more sex scenes ... until Herbier finds a mutated lobster, which sort of alarms the others.

And then, enter the zombie, the impressively hung sole survivor of the atom blast, who soon starts killing the scientists off one by one, including choking Simone using his dick and raping the dead Contessa - only minutes after she pleaded Herbier to do it to her one last time before her possible death, to which Herbier happily agrees. In comparison, the male scientists (including George Eastman, the only one of the gang who doesn't have any sex at all) die comparatively merciful and quick deaths.

However, for some reason the zombie doesn't kill Annie but takes her to his cave, presumably because she reminds him of his wife who died in the blast. (In one very ridiculous scene, the zombie actually brings Annie flowers.)

Herbier meanwhile has to realize he's pretty much the only survivor of the expedition, when he stumbles upon the dying body of a shady reporter (Joe D'Amato himself) who has been following them around for quite some time, and who now tells him where to find Annie. Herbier finds Annie, unties her and the two leave the cave together - to run right into the arms of the returning zombie. Herbier tries to harpoon the zombie, but as you might know, zombies don't die that easy, and the zombie already prepares to kill Herbier ... when Annie shouts a simple "No, don't !" The zombie immediately stops in motion and falls to the floor dead ...

Herbier and Annie take the small boat of the reporter to leave the island (their own boat has gone missing, no exact explanation given), and the first thing they do is they have sex ... Then they are saved by some Ocean liner.


I'm not quite sure why Joe D'Amato thought that a combination of hardcore sex and gore scenes would be such a good idea, I mean one watches hardcore porn to be sexually aroused, while if you are sexually aroused by gore scenes, possibly you should go see a shrink, somehting's not quite right with you ...

As a consequence, Porno Holocaust fails as both a porn film and a gore flick, with the scene where dead Annj Goren is shown being fucked by the zombie in full hardcore detail being particularly disturbing, especially since Ms Goren is not showing one single motion during the scene, dispite the quite impressive member of her partner ... On top of that, the film's narrative structure is way off, it's incredibly slow-paced for a shocker and it's devoid of either atmosphere or properly creepy atmosphere ...

As you might have guessed by now, Porno Holocaust is not a good film, but what saves it from total desaster is its incredibly silly script that isn't good in even properly setting up the sex-scenes (I just love these do it to me one more time before I die-style dialogues) and features at times the most incredibly banal dialogue I have heard in a long time, dialogue that often borders the ridiculous. So with a couple of beers and a few friends, you might just as well find this film hilarious - even if you'll like it for all the wrong reasons.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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