A group of archaeologists unearth a snake god. Based on the comic series by Hal Santiago.
A fading rock singer goes to the beach to get away from it all and winds up getting involved in the lives of the teenage beachgoers.
After the film Zuma that starred the titleholder himself, here comes another film but it is no longer his time but his daughter's time. Galema being the child of Zuma to a mortal named Helen has this human heart for mankind and she has this strong determination to end the evil works of Zuma which is killing all the virgins and getting their hearts.
Adventure based action movie
Sexual bombshell Reiko Yamaguchi, star of the smash-hit Japanese Wife Next Door films, is back and this time she needs an exorcist! Is her new husband possessed by a demon or is he just a pervert? And what's up with her father-in-law and his insatiable desire for Reiko? Something is definitely wrong with Reiko's family, and only an exorcist can help! Akira Fukamachi directs this raunchy take on exorcism.
Pinku from 1972.
Cult director Hisayasu Sato explores the sexual exploits of several women through the adventures of a young girl, who's fled her sexually abusive father, and an unhappy housewife. Looking for a fresh start, the women find each other, steal a bag of money and try to escape their pasts. In their flight, they encounter everything from adult babies to sword-wielding madams.
Cult pinku-eiga filmmaker Hisayasu Sato directed this twisted softcore tale about a mentally disturbed prostitute who claims to have lost her baby in a heavy S&M session. As she begins a similar relationship with a man whose wife left him because of his kinky urges, their mutual mental deterioration leads them down a spiral toward a double-suicide pact. Since this is a Sato film, things are not entirely as they appear. The torture and bondage scenes are above average for their type. Noriko Akikawa stars with Yutaka Ikejima, Rio Serizawa, and Tori Asano.
Pinku from 1966.
Japanese pink film
Jim Fernandez's Galema: Anak ni Zuma is an upcoming Philippine television drama based on the comic book Zuma created by Jim Fernandez. The series will be premiered by ABS-CBN on September 30, 2013 replacing Dugong Buhay, and worldwide on The Filipino Channel on October 1, 2013. It is topbilled by Andi Eigenmann.