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  • Actors: Eileen Lord, Ed Garrabrandt, Frank Geraci, Dick Lord, Arlenne Lorrance
  • Directors: Herb Stanley
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Black & White, NTSC, Special Edition
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Something Weird Video
  • DVD Release Date: August 14, 2001
  • Run Time: 69 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00005M1ZX
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #141,142 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
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Because she's in the middle of a mental breakdown, Virginia can't join her brother on safari and decides to go big game hunting in the Big Apple instead. Inviting three strangers to her trophy room--an actor, a junkie, and a wrestler (played by boxing legend Jake La Motta!)--she offers them $100,000 each if they can stay alive in Manhattan for 24 hours. With twisted violence, macabre humor, and lots of gratuitous skin, "Confessions of a Psycho Cat" is a delirious, out-of-its-mind instant cult classic!

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15 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Surfink on March 15, 2003
Format: DVD
Another great SW twin-bill, this time featuring examples of regionally-produced "psycho-babe" nudie/roughies, one shot in New York City, the other hailing from rural Texas; very different, but both terrific fun in their own way.
Psycho Cat begins as wealthy Manhattanite Virginia, whose just seen her big-game-hunter husband off at the airport, is having a "nervous breakdown," followed by framing scenes of a petting party (which were added several years after the rest of the movie was shot) where everyone, including one really `uptight' chick ... is waiting for a narcotics delivery. Mild nudity ... , "simulated" foreplay, and herb-smoking are featured, all to some twangy, loungy background music. When the junkie procurer (the only link to the central story) arrives, he's been shot in the leg with a crossbow, though everyone seems more concerned about whether he's "got the stuff." He relates In flashback how he'd been invited to a "fancy apartment" (decorated in animal skins, African artifacts, and numerous mounted animals and heads) along with two other men, an actor and a former pro wrestler. They're presented with a deal by Virginia: if they can stay alive for 24 hours in Manhattan while she literally hunts them down, each will collect $100,000. (They're "animals" to her because they've all been acquitted of murder for various reasons.) Boxer Jake LaMotta plays the wrestler, who accepts, croaking "You don't have a chance. I get in close, I'll break you in half." Virginia visits her shrink and screams, "Killing is bad!" as she recalls how her brother threw her doggy off the roof when they were kids. (The doctor asks if she's been taking her pills.) She then arranges a "comeback" performance for the actor, stalks him at the theater, and kills him with a spear.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By St. James on April 3, 2012
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Ya gotta love Something Weird Video for loving what they do and knowing how to bring it. Right out of the gate the DVD gives you a smattering of brief highlights from their other offerings set to a campy 60s beat, without the "let's sell something else to these suckers" vibe that so readily accompanies virtually all major studio releases. The disc also includes among its special features several "Bad Girl Sexploitation Trailers" for such titles as "Ride The Wild Pink Horse". More on the special features later. (Side note: A good inexpensive way to go is to get the Extra Weird Sampler - a dirt cheap DVD with hours of trailers of their stuff. It'll either give you more than you'll ever need by itself, or an easy way to determine which other titles do [and don't] interest you. Makes for great party background viewing on mute with a record on too, but not for the prudish - it veers fairly wildly between frank sexploitation and cheap gore.)

"Confessions of a Psycho Cat" really stood out on the sampler as something I had to check out, especially with that title. The backstory of the production is quite telling: a fairly straightforward reworking of "The Most Dangerous Game" was filmed and turned down for distribution until copious nudity scenes were added a few years later.

Highlights in the opening credits: "Locations by Peter Falk," and "Produced & Directed by EVE," a pseudonym for the obviously proud-of-his-creation Herb Stanley. Good lord, what have we gotten ourselves into this time? Straight off it's a swingers party with beyond gratuitous (and utterly dispassionate) nudity, delightfully inept acting, lousy audio, twangy generic psychedelic music badly looped, and top-notch dialogue like "Wanna ball?" "Groovy.
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