Satanico Pandemonium (1973)
Editor's NoteSister Maria is just too good to be true: her benevolence, works of charity, and good deeds are unparalleled within the community. But underneath it all Maria is tormented by her true nature, which longs to be free to fulfill its forbidden passions. When her fellow sisters begin to seduce the lovely Maria, she resists at first, but when she lets herself go there is no stopping her. Soon Maria is forcing herself on her sisters, and engaging in all manner of satanic activity, including torture, self-flagellation, murder, and a few titillating stripteases. Created soon after Ken Russell's THE DEVILS, Gilberto Martinez Solares was at the forefront of the nunsploitation craze, which was a marked departure from the family comedies he had become known for. This classic of the genre is shot in stunningly rich, saturated colors, creating a sensual world of orgiastic depravity. Cecilia Pezet delivers an enthusiastic performance as Sister Maria, the character that inspired Salma Hayek's sexy vampire in Quentin Tarrantino's FROM DUSK TIL DAWN.
Cast & Crew
|Gilberto Martinez Solares - Director|