American backpacker David David Naughton is bitten by a werewolf then goes berserk in London. When David shacks up with impossibly saucy nurse Alex Jennifer Agutter , it becomes as much a love story as horror.
An entire generation of horror fans was never the same again. Piranha 3D The Movie: A shoal of prehistoric, flesh-hungry piranha cause carnage during spring break. It has some of the most gore-tastic deaths ever, with every body part you can possible imagine being chomped off.
Who can resist the hordes of semi-naked party girls splashing around the water — including our very own Kelly Brook — all one skimpy paddle away from becoming fish food.
With a bizarre serial killer on the loose, the streets of Venice become a labyrinth of shadows and suspense. Despite all the grief, psychic messages, and bloodshed, it also contains the most infamous — not to mention most realistic — sex scene in horror history.
Cat People The Movie: Irena Nastassja Kinski reconnects with long lost brother Paul Malcolm McDowell , who tells her she is a werecat — and will transform into a panther after sex. No one likes being mauled to death after their first time with a new lover. Nastassja Kinski slinking around the place is enough to get anyone hot under the collar.
Irena finally gives into her animal instincts for a steamy romp with her unsuspecting boyfriend. Things gets a bit catty, if you know what we mean. A sleepover turns into a raunchy kissing session between Jennifer and Needy. It Follows The Movie: The ghoul is relentless, taking a different form each time it appears. It could be anyone behind you… And Sexy Because: The whole movie revolves around sex, turning the age-old horror notion that only virgins survive on its head.
Pretty much every moment with Jay, whose sexual awakening has got all the boys in a flap and offering to take on the curse. The bar staff, drinkers, and even the strippers all turn out to be vampires. Bloody Marys all round then. Santanico makes her grand entrance with a sizzling, bikini-clad table dance. Still, there are worse ways to go.