Galaxy of Terror, submitted by Max Nitwit. This site starts off with a rather unassuming mission statement:
Dedicated to those wonderful and wicked B-Movies featuring monsters, aliens and creatures looking for more Earthly delights. The kind of films you remember seeing once long ago late at night and have wondered "What was the name of that movie where...?" Leading the way as the title picture is Roger Corman's GALAXY OF TERROR, but there are others such as EVIL DEAD, THE ENTITY and ROSEMARY'S BABY. The movies come in all flavors, ranging from PG oriented movies like GHOSTBUSTERS to adult films like LA BÊTE.
And quickly turns into a site featuring screen caps of movies depicting women getting menaced by monsters. In fact, this entire site is pretty much just about women getting it on with various creatures, willing or not. It even boasts a sizzling coded index to help you find which films feature non-consensual mind control induced rape and impregnation. What a useful service!
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