Meanwhile, the Inquisitor discovers the sinful goings on in the Convent of St. A mass grave is uncovered in the garden — the victims of the Abbess’ lust.Then, in the most twisted part of the movie, the Inquisitor issues his judgement upon the abbey.Esteban vows to save her, but the depraved abbess gets in his way and a hysterical inquisitor sentences everyone in the convent to death.
Though the acting overall is decent, Paolo Malco ( is mastered in high definition from the original 35mm negative, though Kino does a natural looking restoration without dramatically cleaning or restoring the print.leaves a lot to be desired and is maybe only suitable for genre newbies that are afraid to dive right into the hard stuff.Though there are a few topless scenes, some murders, and a bit of torture on the rack for Lucita, this is one of the most milquetoast entries in the nunsploitation subgenre.He orders the convent to be sealed up and the nuns to be buried alive.The nuns, Lucita included, dying of starvation, thirst and deprivation, begin spiraling into dementia.Directed by Sergio Grieco, who also directed a good rape/revenge action movie Still, Sinful Nuns manages to make up for its shortcomings with a completely demented ending that is so wickedly perverse it makes any imperfections in the 90 minutes that precede it worth sitting through.Esteban and Lucita are victims of the age-old dilemma of forbidden love.(LE SCOMUNICATE DI SAN VALENTINO) - An Italian epic in which a demented Mother Superior and a rabid collection of mentally disturbed and sex-crazed sisters lose their habits and morals with equal gusto.Directed by Sergio Grieco and stars Jenny Tamburi and Paolo Malco.The torturous scene seems to arouse Josefa who takes Lucita’s hand and tells her how she wishes she were in the abbess’ place. Who do the nuns find standing over her bloody corpse? She is brought before the Inquisitor, stripped, strung up and interrogated.The inquistor’s face glows as he talks about the execution he has planned for Lucita.