The exploitation of people and ideas is the basis of humanity's existence, although we convince ourselves of our independence and altruism. The film industry, which draws ideas from literature, art and life since its inception, has turned to the same practice. Exploitation cinema uses cultural anxieties inherent in a particular period of time and is created for a fast profit. It is a genre based on time-tested formulas — a horror film where a cool jock dies first, or a film from Hong Kong about martial arts. Therefore, exploitation cinema is not a genre or a movement, but just a marketing label which has nothing to do with the industry.