Sunday, June 1, 2008

Naughty, Naked Nuns on Film... And in Print!

This naughty nunsploitation comic came bundled inside a torrent file for Director Joe D'Amato's Images in a Convent.

The film is about a convent full of sexy, young nuns who come into contact with the forces of darkness. Unable to control their lustful desires in the presence of demonic influence, the religious sisters take to pleasuring themselves - and one another! In an attempt to exorcise the evil forces from the grounds of the convent, an unsuspecting priest becomes enmeshed in a writhing orgy filled with habits and unkempt pubic regions. Although Old Nick is most definitely at play (pun most assuredly intended) in this film, it is rather light on the horror mustard, while far more generously slathered in beautiful nuns gently licking one another sauce.

The Convent of Hell shares many commonalities with the film, but be warned -- it is a lot more graphic, less artschool softcore, and contains more demonic schlong and jism than I have ever seen in print. If you think the Lord would be angry with you for reading this... don't!


Tenebrous Kate said...

I am proud to have a copy of this fine graphic novel in the Tenebrous Library. If you dig this, grab a copy of Pichard's "Marie-Gabrielle" for more nunsmut. It's heavy on the S&M aspects, but a recommended addition to any nunthusiast's library. I share because I *care*.

Kitty LeClaw said...

I am proud to have a copy of this fine graphic novel in the Tenebrous Library.

Of course you do! I'm sure it looks just stunning in print -- the colours used were so rich and vibrant, and I'm sure Acrobat wasn't doing it proper justice. The Cherub Wee Wee made me giggle :o)

Thanks for the recommendation -- I will scour around for it!

Darius Whiteplume said...

Getting here late. For pretty twisted nun story, give Juliette by the Marquis de Sade a try. Juliette is the sister of Justine, who decides not to be pious like her sister. The beginning is Juliette in the convent. The rest gets very bizarre. It can be a good idea to skip the philosophical debates. This is one of Sade's few works that is actually erotic. Typically they are too demented/violent to be sexy, but Juliette is. Unfortunately, it is also Sade's talkiest book, and he goes on and on (and on, and uh... oh yeah, ON) about philosophy. If you already know his philosophy it is easy to skip. If you don't, it is too much.

Anyway, lots of weirdness in it, similar to Convent in Hell. Sharing is caring :-D

Darius Whiteplume said...

BTW: If you are interested in reading Sade, The Misfortunes of Virtue is likely the best place to start. There is a good English version here at Amazon or Indigo/Chapters.

Kitty LeClaw said...

Mr. Whiteplume: I used to have a copy of JULIETTE, but most unfortunately, some ratfink lifted it from me before I had the chance to read it.

Thank you for the link, and moreover, for providing the Canadian alternative to Amazon! You'd be surprised at how poorly massive American mail-order companies treat us wee sap-suckers!

Darius Whiteplume said...

No problem. I was in Toronto for the first time last December and loved it. We're trying to figure out where to go next. Montreal, most likely, but I'd hit the Big Smoke again ;-) Walk a bit, have a beer. "What's in this shop?" Have a beer. Repeat as necessary!

Sorry about your book. Juliette is a tough read. It was the last of Sade's major works I read, and sometimes I'd skip 5 to 10 pages and he'd still be going on about the same aspect of his philosophy. I love the guy, but I think he was going a bit out of his mind in some respects. He had been in prison for the majority of his adult life, after all (for no crime, BTW, just a bossy mother-in-law and a lettre du cache).

I tend to go on where Sade is concerned. He is terribly misunderstood.

Kitty LeClaw said...

Darius: Montreal is a world-class city, and I'm sure you'd have a great time! If beer is what you're after, please note that bars are open MUCH later in Quebec than in the rest of Canada. I seem to recall being served on the brink of 4 AM. And, the beers are HUGE. And CHEAP. Further, you can buy beer at the corner store, which you can't do anywhere else in The Great White North. The French thing isn't really an issue, as most folks in Montreal are bi-lingual.

"I tend to go on where Sade is concerned. He is terribly misunderstood."

I feel the same way about The Great Beast.

Darius Whiteplume said...

Gave you a shout out at Dirty & Nerdy. I forgot you had it as a PDF :-( I bought it... Oh well, I like to leave that sort of thing where it can be found by neighbors ;-D