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Ever since Merlin taught her his skills centuries ago, Morgana has gone on living by obtaining the souls of the young women who pass through her kingdom. In exchange, she gives the captives who agree to her pact eternal youth and beauty. Those who refuse her grow old and ugly in the dungeons of her castle.
A classic of erotic horror presented here uncut for the first time ever.
A gorgeous transfer, great audio & a feature that delivers equal parts sleaze and class -- DVD Maniacs
Girl Slaves is an exceptionally well made film on a technical level as well as an erotic level -- DVDManiacs
Mondo Macabro's American release is a visually stunning presentation.Its hypnotic artistry puts it in a realm all its own. -- Mondo Digital
Visually stunning presentation - The entire film is extremely well photographed with a careful eye for colorful, erotically charged details. --Mondo Digital
- Brand New UNCUT version
- Short Film from director 13 mins
- Theatrical Trailer
- Filmed interview with Director
- Extensive cast and crew information
- Deleted Scenes
Top Customer Reviews
If you're in the mood for an offbeat fantasy spiced with some nudity and soft core, you won't be disappointed.
GIRL SLAVES OF MORGANA LE FAY is a calmly paced but compelling piece of erotic horror for the arthouse. It’s a beautiful movie, to kick off with its surface aesthetics. On that count alone, it warrants praise. The setting and creative camera use of said setting, plus the elegant but not ornate costuming - paralleling the quiet but riveting nature of the film - make this a work of art strictly in terms of visual construction. But beyond that, the film’s tale, though simple, is gripping. It’s an old idea, but powerful, and well employed herein. Two women on a drive take a detour not to the Twilight Zone, but to the mystical realm of Morgana Le Fay, the original wicked witch, infamous relative of King Arthur. Of course, GIRL SLAVES OF MORGANA LE FAY isn’t interested in the Arthurian cycle, only the immediate idea of Morgana Le Fay. I don’t know how much of this story is drawn from legend and how much is reinvention by the filmmaker, Bruno Gatillon, but it doesn’t matter. Morgana is a daunting, alluring and fearful character, and a worthy antagonist for this tale of dilemma: immortality in thrall to Morgana or freedom doomed to die? The film is peopled with a few great side characters, particularly the dwarf or hunchback or whatever and the three henchwomen (?) who serve at Morgana’s side. Then there are, of course, our two lost souls, the girls on a drive who made a left turn at the intersection of real and fantasy. Their character arcs are complementary but vastly different. This one’s a solid film all the way around: brilliant cinematography, artful erotica, psychospiritual horror that chills the gut, philosophical thoughtfulness, lucid direction and a knack for beautiful simplicity. GIRL SLAVES OF MORGANA LE FAY is both enchanting and ominous, a mix of beauty and fear - exactly what you expect from quality erotic horror.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Entertaining and good for an older movie, seems to be shot in Europe somewhere.Published 5 months ago by Dwaine M. Solana
While vacationing in Auvergne, pretty French girls Francoise and Anna stumble upon a mysterious castle inhabited by the beautiful Morgana Le Fay (of King Arthur mythology). Read morePublished on February 11, 2010 by James C. Ward
Well, this movie is just okay. Not bad, not great. Lotsa eye candy, no real gore, which is a good thing as far as I'm concerned. Read morePublished on November 3, 2009 by Grapey Grimes