12 Best Foot Fetish Movies of All Time

‘A nibble on the toe, as your tongue succulently caresses the forbidden layers of a human foot…’ – getting a gist of what ‘foot fetish’ feels like in words? Yes! The most common fetishism for non-genital body parts would be the fetish for the foot.  The lesser-known source can trigger orgasmic spasms within one’s conscience, even with a single glance at the toe of a stranger, perhaps at the grocery store or at a shopping mall. Millions of humans have found a natural inclination towards the lower limbs, coveting it for its shape and curves. With esteemed psychoanalysts like Sigmund Freud having taken time to discuss the ‘guilty pleasure’, foot fetish has found its way to mainstream media. It is not a secret behind the closed door anymore. There is no harm in being a foot lover as it is now considered as just another ‘obsessive liking’ for an otherwise ordinary organ.

If you have never heard of this before and want to analyze a few symptoms you think you may have experienced in the past, then read on. The list will showcase characters from films that have a sequence dedicated to foot fetish fans out there. So, with that said, here’s the list of top foot fetish movies ever. You can watch several of these best foot fetish movies on Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime.

12. Big Trouble (2002)

This comedy gangster flick has the lives of high rollers get entangled with lowlifes leading to a parade of situational comedy scenes. The film was not well received in spite of having a talent-heavy cast. The film has one scene, in particular, favoring the foot fetish fans where the character Arthur Herk – a wanted money swindler played by Stanely Tucci creepily advances on his housemaid, played by Sofia Vergara with the pretense of giving her a foot massage to eventually gulp the front of her foot into his mouth. The maid is seen startled by this bizarre activity and flees the scene.

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11. Jackie Brown (2002)

Unfolding the worlds of black market gun runners and assassins, Jackie Brown is another gold-plated thriller from Tarantino’s body of ‘unmatchable’ works. Jackie Brown has a rugged ‘Robert De Niro’ playing Louis Gara an ex-convict and a close friend of a gun runner named Ordel Robbie played by ‘Sam Jackson’. In a sequence where Louis and Ordel meet at Ordel’s home, watching clips of women in bikinis explaining new guns in the markets, Tarantino teases the spectators with a foot that covets attention. Casually entering the sequence is ‘Bridget Fonda’s’ character Melanie, who happens to be an unambitious surfer living with Ordel. She slouches down on the couch after serving the drinks and teasingly keeps her feet right next to the glass. Consciously or not she moves her bare feet full of toe rings in a seductive manner at which Louis flashes a quick glance. The scene is too small for anyone to call it as a ‘foot fetish’ manifestation but does have an underlying play that evokes sensual thoughts nonetheless.

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10. Lolita (1997)

Based on the acclaimed novel of the same name, the film uncovers a sinful relationship between an adolescent girl and her stepfather. Luring the girl in with his paternal charm and care, Humbert played by ‘Jeremy Irons’ puts out a magnificent performance as the man who covets young skin. Playing Lolita is ‘Dominique Swain’, who while traveling with the man, is seen placing her foot on his mouth while using the other one to caress his genitals. The activity is made to look like ‘child’s play’ as Lolita does it with gleeful smiles where on the hindsight the sequence is a pure spectacle of a treat for foot ‘fetishers’.

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9. Cherry Falls (2000)

The late Brittany Murphy starrer had a slasher plot, with a serial killer targeting virgins from the town of Cherry Falls. Brittany Murphy plays Jordy Marken who resembles a milder version of Sydney Presscot from Scream. The movie thrives in sex and gore with one scene captivating us particularly. In the scene we see Jordy’s boyfriend giving her a foot massage. The scene slowly turns more sensual with him sucking her toe and she teasingly beating kicking the sides of his face with her foot saying, ‘bite it’.

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8. Weapons of Mass Distraction (1997)

The 1997 Television film had ‘Ben Kinsley’ playing Julian Messenger, a wealthy man who fights his way to win against another filthy rich adversary Lionel Powers played by Gabriel Byrne. The same man who donned in the role of Gandhi is seen in a much compromising bedroom sequence where he is offered a cigar by the voluptuous Cricket Page (played by Heidi Mark) in her bikini. Instead, he reciprocates the favor by sucking her toe to which she responds with a devious smile.

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7. Fugitive Pieces (2007)

The poetic film narrative covers the story of a traumatized WW2 survivor named Jakob Beer, who lives with ghosts of his past. Playing the protagonist is ‘Stephen Dillane’ and his love interest happens to be the equally enticing, ‘Ayelet Zurer’. Once they find love, the film slowly takes us to an intimate scene showing Jakob Beer’s fragile moments with the love of his life. Poignantly exploring Michaela (Ayelet Zurer), he flows gently to settle on her toes as he nibbles on them almost translating sexual pleasure into the poetic unfolding of instinctual feelings.

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6. Death Proof (2007)

Arousing needless sexual feelings within the spectators, Tarantino’s ‘Death Proof’ has a scene that even though short, is to the point. With the character Abernathy (Rosario Dawson) sleeping in the back seat with her feet resting on the frame of the back door glass, we see Stuntman Mike (Kurt Russel) touching her toes first and proceeding to smear them with his saliva. The sequence feels like the director teasing us by feeding on our hidden love for forbidden sensual pleasures.

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5. Johnny Be Good (1988)

Uma Thurman’s debut film with Rober Downy Jr playing a side role (Surprise!), ‘Johny Be Good’ told the story of a high school student who finds a celebrity status after becoming a prominent school football team player. Johny played by ‘Anthony Micheal Hall’,  has the electrifying chemistry brought forth by Uma Thurman in a bedroom sequence where she sensuously scrapes her feet along Johny’s face.

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4. From Dusk Till Dawn (1996)

Need we say more? Yes, the Salma Hayek sequence where she pours down a drink along her bare legs to the mouth of Tarantino as he drinks out of her toes. The scene is an iconic one for showcasing an almost naked Salma Hayek with a python coiled around her to add to the fiery sexual atmosphere.

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3. Higher Grounds (2011)

Vera Farmiga’s directorial debut sparks a story about a community obsessed with Christianity and at times referring to themselves as ‘Jesus Freaks’. The film has Vera starring as Corinne Walker and Dagmara Dominczyk playing Annika, Corinne’s closest friend. In one scene where Annika amuses herself by massaging Corinne’s legs, we see Corinnes drifting off into a wet fantasy dream involving Annika creaming her toes and sucking on them. She quickly snaps out of it and we see Annika continuing to massage her feet.

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2. Brokeback Mountain (2005)

Playing Ennis Del Mar is ‘Heath Ledger’ who is also lured in by Linda Cardellini (Cassie Cartwright) to fall for her. Unable to comply with her calls, Ennis remains too impassive for Linda. In one of such affectionate scenes, we see Linda forcefully keeping her feet on Ennis and asking him for a ‘foot rub’. This doesn’t entice Ennis as much as it does the audiences but Linda’s mischievous eyes using seduction as a method to find love does come across as remarkable.

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1. Knight of the Cups (2005)

Probably the most talent-heavy ‘foot–love’ scene, ‘Knight of the Cups’ stars Christian Bale as a comedy writer who lacks direction. After a series of empty flings, he comes across Elizabeth (Natalie Portman) and as they explore each other flaunting in a languid narrative, Bale’s character, Rick is offered by Elizabeth, her right foot. He takes the front of her foot into his mouth and bites on it while simultaneously rubbing it with his hands. The sequence is short but has enough triggers to see the legends at their peak performances.

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