Cobra, the pornographer, abductor, drugs and weapons dealer, and his henchmen abduct and gang rape Irma, a woman who likes rough sex with her strong husband, Rudy. Irma's husband gets her ... See full summary »
Cobra, the pornographer, abductor, drugs and weapons dealer, and his henchmen abduct and gang rape Irma, a woman who likes rough sex with her strong husband, Rudy. Irma's husband gets her free but in the escape she suffers an accident, and aborts. Irma's husband rapes Cobra's sister in revenge. The gang attacks Rudy, torture him, then drag him tied to a motorcycle until he is bleeding bad, then the Drug Lord beats him some more. Irma the mistreated housewife turns suddenly into the sexy wildcat commando, in tight shorts and boots, sleeveless low cut top, and head bandanna, who happens to have a handy bazooka to terminate the gang with great prejudice. Then she embraces Rudy, who was strong enough to survive the gang. Will he survive the Lady Exterminator? Written by
Hee-Haw!!! My goal of building da woild's biggest collection of exotic Z-movies is slowly becoming reality. This is my fourth Indonesian movie starring Miss Eva Arnaz!
Artwork and liner notes of it's German video release called "Commando Wildcat" is made up like a Rambo/Mercenary type of thing, which was very popular back then.
In addition to the review the guy before me posted I'd like to say that "I want to Get Even" is the only film in my memory which depicts rape as a respected measurement of day to day dealings with your significant other.
Rudy, the cab driver can only have sex with his wife if she allows him to beat her up during the act. Which she - of course - abides lovingly. After she's raped by the mob the same man though wants her to have the now "impure" child aborted, before he in turn rapes the local mob sub-boss' sister as an act of vengeance.
The scene showing child-removal surgery uses a skinned rabbit for a fetus - just like Joe D'Amato's infamous Italian 80s splatter fave "Man-Eater", also known as "Antropophagus". Global trashmeisters seem to share a certain mental connection when it comes to realising filmic ideas.
The non-violent scenes are impossibly boring with dialogues scratching the surface of really lame soap operas the way they are made in South America (Salomé, Sinha Moca etc.).
I admit that I laughed out loud when she kills a hood using a bazooka from a distance of maybe 8 ft and decides to live with her abusive hubby happily ever after.
Dear fellow friends of good entertainment: Is this world really like that?
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