With their women having been enslaved by a pack of lesbian vampires, the remaining menfolk of a rural town send two hapless young lads out onto the moors as a sacrifice.
Carmilla, the Queen of the Lesbian Vampires, shows the pleasures of girl-on-girl love to sweet young Lilith with depraved vampires of Carmilla's coven. Horror host, Mr. Creeps, brings back the spirit of Ed Wood to solve the problems of these demented Goth scream queens.
A woman infiltrates a factory producing subservient young women in order to steal from its bank account.
Johnny Blake, (Justin Gorence, The Young and the Restless) is a man haunted by his past and dedicated to the destruction of the dark forces. To do so, he has taken on the guise that is feared throughout the occult world: the righteous hero known as The Monk. Three beautiful sisters, the spawn of a demon, seek to control Johnny's mind, his body, his very soul. Sister Avarice (Lara Daans, Electra) is a corporate lawyer who uses her brains and her body to force Johnny into submission. Sister Anger owns a martial arts school for women, with a hatred of men and special passion for the fairer sex. Sister Lust is everything her name implies, running a high class bordello where a night of pleasure can lead to a lifetime of hell. Only one man can save the world from these bewitching sirens. Johnny Blake, The Monk.
A comedy short film about a desperate girl seeking for love in Berlin's nightlife.
A revealing peek into the lives of young lesbians in Los Angeles, who through interviews and poetry, share their experiences and insight about life, love and everything in between.
This anthology of five daring short films explores life as a lesbian in modern times, including a look at a college woman's repeatedly thwarted efforts to explain her orientation to her family in Mitch McCabe's "Playing the Part." Other films include Ela Troyano's "Carmelita Tropicana," Jane Schneider's "Jumping the Gun," Barbara Heller's "Little Women in Transit" and Marc Mauceri's documentary about lesbian film directors, "Lavender Limelight."
In late 2004, 125 Philippines women migrant workers came to the Taiwan International Workers’ Association (TIWA) to file complaints for not receiving their salary. While filming there were sweet scenes of lesbian couples cuddling each other in front of the camera. This documentary of a labor struggle unexpectedly became love stories. These women courageously fight against the state policies while struggling for love!
"Lesbian Warriors" shows the fate of two warrior lovers who kill a monk and are cursed to die at each other's hands for all eternity! In "Shoot and Strangle the Lesbos," a woman's lust for another woman may lead to death, not only for herself, but also for her lover, when her husband learns the truth! And finally in "Vampire Lesbians," a none too bright guy meets up with a pretty girl in a seedy bar where two lesbian vampires overhear their conversation and then decide to turn the girl into one of their own!
A documentary and psychological deconstruction on the realities of lesbian dating in 2016.
A parody of the big-budget Ridley Scott-helmed sword-and-sandal epic, Gladiator Eroticvs stars Darian (The Erotic Witch Project) Caine in the title role, a fierce Roman soldier who is sold into slavery and forced to fight in the lesbian games (well, maybe "forced" isn't quite the right word). Also starring John (Titanic 2000) Fedele as the Emperor Dickus Minimus (I kid you not) and Factory 2000 regular Misty Mundae as his royal sister, Clitorus, Gladiator Eroticvs offers the same thrills, excitement, slapstick comedy, and girl-on-girl action that you've come to expect from a Seduction Cinema production.
Framing Lesbian Fashion looks at the evolution of lesbian attire and identity – butch/femme, flannel, androgyny, cross-dressing and drag, queer fluorescent, S/M and leather, lipstick and more.
Imprisoned for the brutal murder of her unfaithful boyfriend and his lover, Cassandra has engineered her escape and is now on the run having taken on a nurses identity. Arriving at a desolate country estate, Ravencrest, it at first appears to be a stud farm. However, Cassandra soon relaises that the stud farm is a front for an international kidnapping cartel whose illicit business is the smuggling of beautiful young women into the United States, where they are trained and turned into sex slaves!
An insider's look at the first year of an activist group known as the Lesbian Avengers.
THANK GOD I'M A LESBIAN is an uplifting and entertaining documentary about the diversity of lesbian identities. Dionne Brand, Nicole Brossard, Lee Pui Ming, Becki Ross, Julia Creet, LaVerne Monette, Sarah Schulman, Chris Bearchell, Chris Phibbs, Christine Delphy and Jeanelle Laillou speak frankly and articulately about issues ranging from coming out, racism, bisexuality, and SM, to the evolution of the feminist and lesbian movements, outing and compulsory heterosexuality. Inclusive of various and often contradictory points of view, THANK GOD I'M A LESBIAN successfully proposes an alternate vision of self and community that is realistic and positive. This fast-paced documentary was edited by Geraldine Peroni who was nominated for an Academy Award for The Player.
Made in the early 1990s, this award-winning Canadian documentary presents the stories of gay and lesbian teenagers who have come out to their family and friends. The journeys for most were emotional and sometimes painful, but ultimately a source of strength and hope. Also included are the tales of young transvestites and street hustlers who have had to leave home because of rejection by their families. P-Flag, a support group for parents of gays is also briefly profiled.
A melodic massacre featuring a young love struck lesbian couple, two bigoted old ladies, a postman delivering death and a chorus line of fabulous feathered flesh eating zombies.
Outitude is a heartfelt documentary that attempts to get to the core of what it means to be lesbian. We explore what defines us, what connects us, and what are our commonalities. We spoke to rural and urban lesbians, poets, writers, activists, self-professed bar dykes, queer women and curious women. Personal stories tell of the diversities of identities, tales of coming out, experiences of homophobia and the varied types of activisms that offer a kaleidescope of the richness and diversity of our lesbian community.