Guts Of A... Trilogy I noticed there wasn't a thread on this bunch of movies yet, so I decided to create one, since I picked up Guts Of A Beauty last week. It's the second entry in the series, but the first one I actually picked up, for a reason I can't exactly explain. In any case, from what I heard they were no-brainers anyway without any intertwining stories or relations to one another. I immediately unwrapped the thing and started reading every single line of text on it ten times, which I always do when I pick something up with which I'm really happy. I couldn't help but notice to see the genre of this movie described as: Erotic Horror. Now I know erotic movies, and I know horror movies, but erotic horror was new to me. What this movie WAS, was entertaining, most definitely. However, it pretty much left me wondering what I had just watched. Now, I have heard numerous people uttering the words 'What have I just watched?' after watching a slightly strange movie, but of course, none of them had ever seen this flick. I personally hadn't uttered that very line very often before, but now, well, I did. *maybe a tiny bit of spoilers here, but it's not like the story is what you're watching it for or anything* The story mainly revolves around a female psychiatrist, who happens upon the filthy business of a bunch of yakuza who sell girls to ??? (this indicates that I have no clue to who they're selling them, but I think it had something to do with South-Africa), after abusing them to the fullest. Our lovely psychiatrist tries to wipe out the sick bunch, but fails miserably and after getting killed, she returns as a hemaphrodite zombie with a monster penis and monster vagina, then goes off to kill and rampage, and kill some more. *end of those spoilers* Of course, I now finally know what Erotic Horror means: first ten minutes of erotic scenes, then a minute of horror, and repeating that for 70 minutes. And of course, hemaphrodite zombies with monster genitals. Whatever was meant to be erotic in this movie wasn't erotic, and whatever was meant to be gruesome wasn't gruesome, but all in all, this movie was very entertaining. I'd recommend it, but if you're easily offended, well, I don't. However, I guess I'll be picking up the rest of the series, too, as they're damned funny tbh. Anyway, anyone else seen any of the movies (or all)? Opinions? Thoughts?