During the last days of WW2, several female prisoners arrive at Camp 5 to work as sex slaves for officers and guinea pigs for horrific experiments by Nazi doctors who are trying to find a ... See full summary »
A beautiful American doctor imprisoned in a Nazi concentration camp uses her skill to save the life of an SS officer, who falls in love with her. However, a sadistic female SS officer ... See full summary »
In the last days of WW2, women are volunteering from all over Germany to serve in the front lines by having sex with the brave Nazi soldiers. But when they start having sex with each other,... See full summary »
Erwin C. Dietrich
"Elsa" is no patch on "Ilsa" and THIS is a boring film!
All aboard the sleaze-train! Hitler's latest invention to boost the moral among his exhausted and unmotivated SS-officers. Led by killer shrew Elsa, a former prostitute and overly fanatic patriot, a train filled with ravishing ladies rides to the war fronts and the girls offer sexual services in their carriages. "Salon Kitty" on rails, in other words, and that about summarizes the whole movie. "Elsa Fräulein SS" is a complete rip-off of "Salon Kitty" (they even unmask betrayers and deserters the same way) and "Ilsa She Wolf of the SS". Elsa has many vile characteristics in common with Ilsa, only she lacks the arrogance and the self-complacency. Also, unlike the above mentioned titles, "Fräulein SS" is boring, tame and it doesn't contain one sequence that qualifies as shocking or even unsettling. There's a lot of nudity, of course, but no obscene sex-scenes or graphic violence. Nazi-exploitation is already a totally redundant horror sub genre as it is, so what's the point of watching another one if there aren't any memorable moments of sickness?? The yodel music is utterly annoying and the scenery looks like secondhand attributes, used in other exploitation movies already. Total turkey! Avoid, unless of course you're on a pointless mission to watch every crappy 70's exploitation movie ever made.
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