Summer is just around the corner, and having a list of the “Top 10 Summer Naturist Movies” is priceless treat. You should have something planned for those rainy days when you are stuck indoors. Surely, you would not want your summery festivities to end when it rains, or if it is too hot to stay outdoors. There are plenty of board games to play, and if that does not tickle your fancy, there are hot summer movies to watch. Just, never think there is not enough to do on those, “dog days of summer”.
While you are pampering yourself with thoughts of “summer vacation”, I have dug-up some oldies but goody movies, that I am certain your family will enjoy. Don’t worry its, just not all cutthroat, blood and gore. There are plots and some have good comical scenes, possibly well worth watching twice. So it is time to make a little popcorn and enjoy the show.
The following are some that I have given me a bit of a laugh: There is nothing like a crazed nuns seeking revenge as in this 2010 movie “Nude Nuns with Big Guns”. Then for those vampire lovers flick there is this 1970 gory movie, “The Nude Vampire”, and for ghoul seekers that rather watch ravenous flesh eaters there is the 2008, “Zombie Strippers!” taking over the world while munching and dancing the night away.
My personal favorite classic is “The Swimmer” created in 1968 starring Burt Lancaster. It is about a swimmer that realizes that there is a pool in every backyard. You can also pack in the laughs with “The Nude Bomb” produced in 1980, and the 1993 classic “Naked in New York”, with Whoopi Goldberg. Those are two comedies that will have you in stitches.
- The Nude Restaurant (1967)
- The Nude Vampire (1970)
- The Nude Bomb (1980)
- Strip Nude For Your Killer (1975)
- Nude Nuns with Big Guns (2010)
- Naked in New York (1993)
- Naked Run (2011)
- Zombie Stripper! (2008)
- Nude on the Moon (1961)
- The Swimmer (1968)
Disclaimer: Not all the movies have a rating and parent advisory should always be taken. Some might have gore that can be inappropriate for children under the age of 13.