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12 Erotic Thrillers People Really Hate To Love but Do, Do You?

Poison Ivy (1992)
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Are you ready to delve into a world of sensuality, suspense, and guilty pleasures? Read further to learn about twelve erotic thrillers members of an online forum can’t help but love, even if they pretend not to.

1. Poison Ivy (1992)

Poison Ivy (1992)
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Ah, the film that sparked desires and tormented souls! Drew Barrymore’s alluring and manipulative performance as Ivy was nothing short of mesmerizing. This tale of seduction and obsession was the perfect recipe for an erotic thriller that users can’t help but adore secretly. The film’s blend of dark secrets and twisted desires makes it a guilty pleasure one can’t resist.

2. Showgirls (1995)

Showgirls (1995)
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This cult classic, where pole dancing meets power plays, has drawn praise and criticism for its provocative depiction of the Las Vegas entertainment scene. But for those who appreciate the bold storytelling and captivating performances, this film is one they can’t get enough of.

3. Sliver (1993)

Sliver (1993)
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Sliver may have left audiences with mixed feelings, but no one can deny its brilliant ending! The suspenseful climax and shocking revelations had members on the edge of their seats. Sharon Stone’s performance and the eerie theme created an intense and sensual experience that’s hard to forget.

4. Sea of Love (1989)

Sea of Love (1989)
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Is Al Pacino in an erotic thriller? Count us in! Sea of Love served up a steamy dose of suspense and romance that hooked the viewers. The chemistry between Pacino and Ellen Barkin was electric, adding to the beauty of this crime-driven seduction tale. With many twists and turns, the film keeps guessing until the end.

5. Body of Evidence (1992)

Body of Evidence (1992)
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Body of Evidence pushed the boundaries of eroticism on the big scene. While critics may have been skeptical, audiences couldn’t help but be intrigued by the sultry performance and steamy scenes by the queen of pop, Madonna. 

6. Jade (1995)

Jade (1995)
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The film may be considered trashy, but let’s face it — it’s trashy in the most enjoyable way possible. It draws you in with its murder mystery. David Caruso and Linda Fiorentino’s captivating performances make Jade a delightful guilty pleasure. 

7. Cruel Intentions (1999)

Cruel Intentions (1999)
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Step into the wicked world of privileged teenagers and their twisted games. This provocative modern adaptation of Les Liaisons Dangereuses captivated and scandalized multiple users. The deliciously manipulative performances of Sarah Michelle Gellar and Reese Witherspoon keep the audience engrossed in the darker aspects of the characters. 

8. The Hot Spot (1990)

The Hot Spot (1990)
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A sizzling Jennifer Connelly and a killer soundtrack – what’s not to love? The Hot Spot may have flown under the radar for some, but it’s a thrilling treat for those who stumbled upon this gem. With a dash of crime and a splash of romance, this film keeps hearts racing.

9. Wild Orchid (1989)

Wild Orchid (1989)
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Wild Orchid blooms with forbidden desires and passion. Mickey Rourke and Carre Otis ignite the screen with their exciting chemistry, drawing one into a mysterious and seductive world. This tale of love and lust in the sultry Rio de Janeiro indulges those seeking a dose of electric escapism. 

10. Videodrome (1983)

Videodrome (1983)
Image Credit: Universal Pictures.

Prepare to enter Videodrome’s bizarre and mind-bending world – a film that’s equal parts erotic and utterly weird. With its surreal plot and David Cronenberg’s signature body horror, it’s no surprise that this film left many scratching their heads. But for the adventurous who embrace the strange, this cult classic holds a special place in their hearts. 

11. Killing Me Softly (2002)

Killing Me Softly (2002)
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When passion meets danger, you get Killing Me Softly. This tale of obsessive love and dark secrets is a rollercoaster of emotions. While some might criticize it for its implausible plot, the chemistry between Heather Graham and Joseph Fiennes is undeniably captivating. 

12. Jennifer’s Body (2009)

Jennifer’s Body (2009)
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What happens when you mix demonic possession, high school drama, and Megan Fox? You get Jennifer’s Body. This darkly humorous film delivers a unique blend of horror and comedy that has gathered a devoted following over the years. Bet you’ve never seen a monster this attractive before.

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Tropic Thunder Ben Stiller
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