While serving in Vietnam, a demolitionist witnesses the brutal torture/rape/murder of a young woman...ultimately, he becomes a serial rapist and killer himself, preferring explosives as his murder weapon of choice.
Emanuelle (Lindt) is out to avenge her sister (Gori), who committed suicide after escaping from her sadistic lover Carlo (Eastman). So she chains him up in her basement, drugs him, and ... See full summary »
Annie Carol Edel
Last night at Weird Wednesday, The Alamo Drafthouse in Austin presented 'The Wild Pussy Cat'- a '68 Greek sexploitation movie that superseded everyones expectations. The performances were perfectly overwrought and weird and the melodrama was high, but in this very stylized, syrupy way. This movie did sex and sadism wrestling with one another in a way that I've seen a lot of other films attempt but fail, and clearly other directors have seen this one. According to Kier-La Janesse, Joe D'Amato remade this one as an Emmanuelle movie, with some very minor changes. I hope someone makes a DVD of 'The Wild Pussy Cat' at some point, it's worth seeing (provided, of course, you can cope with sick Greek S&M revenge movies, but otherwise, why would you be looking for information about it now?)
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