Check out below 21 best hypersexual Hollywood movies of all time
1. Salo, or the 120 Days of Sodom (1975)
Almost certainly the most “extreme” film on this list, Pasolini‘s “Salò, or the 120 Days of Sodom” is easy to hate for its intricate, extensive, apparently uncomplicated depiction of relentless sexual depravity and cruelty, and no-one can be blamed for turning it off halfway through. Four fascist libertines round up nine adolescent boys and girls and subject them to one hundred and twenty days of physical, mental and sexual torture. Check out.
2. Crash (1996)
After getting into a serious car accident, a TV director discovers an underground sub-culture of scarred, omnisexual car-crash victims who use car accidents and the raw sexual energy they produce to try to rejuvenate his sex life with his wife. Click here.
3. Exit to Eden (1994)
Most of the time, writing about movies is a great honor and a privilege, but there are rare occasions on which we feel like martyrs. Troubled by his own repressed sexuality, Elliot embarks on a trip to an island of libertinage and sexual release, not realising he has become the target for a criminal’s vendetta. Two cops are close behind, and have to go deep undercover to discover what’s going on amongst the submission and bondage – and Elliot’s growing love for Mistress Lisa. Visit here.
4. Sleeping Beauty (2011)
A haunting portrait of Lucy, a young university student drawn into a mysterious hidden world of unspoken desires. Check out
5. Secretary (2002)
A young woman, recently released from a mental hospital, gets a job as a secretary to a demanding lawyer, where their employer-employee relationship turns into a sexual, sadomasochistic one. Click here.
6. Immoral Tales (1974)
An erotic collection of short stories, an anthology comprised of tantalizing tales about sexual desire and its diverse manifestations. Check out.
7. Devils (1971)
In 17th-century France, Father Urbain Grandier seeks to protect the city of Loudun from the corrupt establishment of Cardinal Richelieu. Hysteria occurs within the city when he is accused of witchcraft by a sexually repressed nun. Available here.
8. Eyes Wide Shut (1999)
A New York City doctor, who is married to an art curator, pushes himself on a harrowing and dangerous night-long odyssey of sexual and moral discovery after his wife admits that she once almost cheated on him. Visit here.
9. Fat Girl (2001)
Two sisters confront their sexual attitudes and experiences while on a family holiday. Director Catherine Breillat has made a name for herself for her graphic and unsparing explorations of female sexuality, especially in a nascent form, and while this is less graphic overall than “Romance,” for example, that impulse still definitely crescendoes in “Fat Girl,” which was perhaps more appropriately titled “A Ma Soeur” (“To My Sister”) in France. Available here.
10. Tie Me Up! Tie Me Down! (1990)
An unbalanced but alluring former mental patient takes a porn star prisoner in the hopes of convincing her to marry him. Click here.
11. Boxing Helena (1993)
A surgeon becomes obsessed with the seductive woman he once was in an affair with. Refusing to accept that she has moved on, he amputates her limbs and holds her captive in his mansion. Book now
12. Sex, Lies, and Videotape (1989)
A sexually repressed woman’s husband is having an affair with her sister. The arrival of a visitor with a rather unusual fetish changes everything. Buy now.
13. Killing Me Softly (2001)
As the English-language debut of Palme D’Or-winning “Farewell My Concubine” and “The Emperor And The Assassin” director Chen Kaige, you could have been forgiven for looking forward to erotic thriller “Killing Me Softly.” The result, unfortunately, was an absolute train wreck, an unintentionally-funny, ludicrously-plotted film that drove Kaige straight back home, where he’s since remained. A woman faces deadly consequences for abandoning her loving relationship with her boyfriend to pursue exciting sexual scenarios with a mysterious celebrity mountaineer. Click here.
14. Thanks For Sharing (2013)
A romantic comedy that brings together three disparate characters who are learning to face a challenging and often confusing world as they struggle together against a common demon: sex addiction. Visit here.
15. Belle De Jour (1967)
A frigid young housewife decides to spend her midweek afternoons as a prostitute. In the five decades since its release, Luis Buñuel’s “Belle De Jour” has practically become a byword for the illicit sexual fantasy life of that staple of 60s/70s erotica—the bored housewife. Click here.
16. Teeth (2007)
Still a stranger to her own body, a high school student discovers she has a physical advantage when she becomes the object of male violence. Available here.
17. Shame (2011)
A man’s carefully cultivated private life is disrupted when his sister arrives for an indefinite stay. The masterful nature of ‘Slave’ now, in retrospect, serves to highlight some of the flaws in his second feature, but “Shame” still remains one of the more powerful looks at sexual compulsion that’s reached the screen so far. Click here.
18. The Piano Teacher (2001)
Perhaps the most abrasive and austere film in a career made up almost entirely of abrasive and austere pictures, “The Piano Teacher” sees Michael Haneke turn his attentions to sexual repression, perversions and fetishes: the result is, a decade or so on, not his finest film by some margin, but one that at least features an extraordinary and fearless central performance by Isabelle Huppert. A young man romantically pursues his masochistic piano teacher. Buy now.
19. Last Tango in Paris (1972)
A young Parisian woman meets a middle-aged American businessman who demands their clandestine relationship be based only on sex. Click here.
20. In The Realm Of The Senses (1976)
A passionate telling of the story of Sada Abe, a woman whose affair with her master led to a sexual obsession which then came to a violent end. Check out here.
21. Stranger by the Lake ( 2013 )
Franck, a fit gay man, seeks love at a lakeside gay cruising beach. Among the mostly pudgy nude sunbathers, he befriends Henri, a depressed middle-aged bi-sexual who enjoys the quiet but accepts Franck’s company. When Michel appears, Franck finally spots a man he’d like to know sexually. Unfortunately, he also spots him drowning his gay lover but opts not to tell anyone in order to consider having a relationship with this handsome yet remorseless killer. Available Here.