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Caged Fury (1983)

R | | Crime, Drama | 10 April 1984 (USA)
North American and Asian women are brainwashed into becoming suicide bombers in an evil Filipino POW camp

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Bernadette Williams ...
Denise
Jennifer Lane ...
Linda (as Jennifer Laine)
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Honey (as Taffy O'Connell)
Catherine March ...
Jackie
Margaret Magick ...
Bette
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Nguyet
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Chinh
Efren Reyes Jr. ...
Pram Van Tin
Joe Mari Avellana ...
Van Duc (as Jose Mari Avellana)
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Doctor
Bobby Greenwood ...
Ray Dunning
Ken Metcalf ...
Hartman
Ernie Zarate ...
Dang
Mike Cohen ...
Hartman's Boss
Nello Nayo ...
Chinh's Boss
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North American and Asian women are brainwashed into becoming suicide bombers in an evil Filipino POW camp

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Suicide Blondes in Camp Filipino
21 July 2014 | by (the Draconian Swamp of Unholy Souls) – See all my reviews

Exploitation fanatics familiar with the name Cirio H. Santiago know that he's somewhat the Filipino counterpart of Jess Franco; meaning that he released an enormous amount of cheap trash movies of questionable quality, up to five titles per year, and mainly either dumb horror, jungle action, cyborg trash or so-called "women in prison" flicks. Some of his films, particularly "Equalizer 2000" and "Demon of Paradise", rank among the worst films I've ever seen, but at least this "Caged Fury" is watchable. The film is a couple of genres combined, but the script completely lacks coherence and direction. It starts out like the Charles Bronson espionage thriller "Telefon", with poor and defenseless women being brainwashed into becoming suicide bombers as soon as they hear a code phrase via the telephone. Subsequently, it's a women-in-prison vehicle, as the gorgeous Canadian journalist Denise is captured and brought to the hidden jungle camp where the brainwashing takes place. This is more familiar turf for Cirio, so there's a lot of sleaze (gratuitous shower scenes and seducing dim-witted guards) and humiliation (electrodes taped to the nipples). Tasty Denise also attempts to escape with the help of a hopeless romanticist guard, but without success. The final act of "Caged Fury" is pure – and inept – action with Denise and her fellow inmates revolting and taking over the steam train that transports them to a military ambush. The already quite dull and slow-paced film is too often interrupted by an Asian woman, supposedly an evil mastermind, negotiating with an American diplomat. The action sequences are poorly staged and amateurish, especially because the Filipino extras don't even bother to die spectacularly when they're being shot. In fact, the only positive elements to mention are the beautiful breasts of lead actress Bernadette Williams and a reasonably unexpected twist regarding the identity of a rat amidst the captive girls.


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