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3D Sex And Zen: Extreme Ecstacy review

Fleshy Chinese drama pushes the boundaries of 3D. Sort of.

Banned in China but a record-breaker in its native Hong Kong, this softcore grot epic has to be seen to be believed – or maybe not, if your sexual politics are more sophisticated than Sid James’.

Ming dynasty nobleman Hiro Hayama is shown the manifold ways of the flesh by creepy sex Yoda Tony Ho.

Nubile concubines writhe naked in Ho’s pleasure cave, huge CG horse cocks – among other things – assault the screen and the general mood is Mortal Kombat meets Up Pompeii, or a sex panto sans song-and-dance numbers.

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Matt Glasby is a freelance film and TV journalist. You can find his work on Total Film - in print and online - as well as at publications like the Radio Times, Channel 4, DVD REview, Flicks, GQ, Hotdog, Little White Lies, and SFX, among others. He is also the author of several novels, including The Book of Horror: The Anatomy of Fear in Film and Britpop Cinema: From Trainspotting To This Is England.