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Wicked Women (Flesh for the Beast / Werewolf Woman / Nightmares Come at Night)

2.7 out of 5 stars 3 customer reviews

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Flesh For The Beast At the turn of the century, notorious occultist Alfred Fischer conjures up a brothel full of ravenous demons in a bizarre ritual. Taking the form of beautiful women, the beasts desire human flesh. A century after Fischer meets his mysterious end, a team of para-psychologists search for signs of the spirits. In no time they are besieged by sexy demons, a madman with a secret past, and a horde of slaughtering zombies! Werewolf Woman Daniela channels her hatred towards men by summoning and becoming possessed by a deceased and vicious female werewolf. She seduces victims with her charm, and sexual drive before turning into the Wolf-woman to graphically take a bloody revenge and kill them. The film has been restored to its original vision as Rino Disilvestro had initially intended. Nightmares Come At Night Two beautiful exotic dancers begin a sensual relationship together. One of the vixens is plagued by disturbing and graphically violent nightmares. As she envisions herself committing unspeakable acts of violence, dreams and reality merge.

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Product Details

  • Actors: Annik Borel, Howard Ross, Dagmar Lassander, Tino Carraro, Elio Zamuto
  • Directors: Rino Di Silvestro, Jesus Franco
  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 3
  • Rated:
    R
    Restricted
  • Studio: Shriek Show
  • DVD Release Date: January 30, 2007
  • Run Time: 283 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000JBXP3E
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #294,127 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Wicked Women (Flesh for the Beast / Werewolf Woman / Nightmares Come at Night)" on IMDb

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This is a great deal for the price - 3 movies on 3 seperate disks. I'd have to note that there was a discrepency between the advertised product & what I received - the cover art & description showed the film 'Nightmares' as included but the set actually included 'Wicked Lake' as the third flik. To me this was a little disappointig as I already owned a copy of 'Wicked Lake' - but to others, perhaps, no problem. I actually purchased this set to get the film 'Werewolf Woman' and I was not disappointed in it! This was a totally over the top Italian effort that tells the tale of a family where one of the daughters, purportedly raped as a young teen, develops an aversion to men & sex and forms a psychic bond with a female lycanthropic ancestor. Her psychosis leads her to viciously attack and kill a variety of men and women as the tale unfolds - although she does not actually metamorph into a werewolf in the process. There is a lot of psycho-babble by doctors trying to figure the girl out and detectives also enter the scene as the body count grows - making this a bit of a cross-over between the horror and giallo traditions. Nudity abounds throughout with very attractive Italian actresses shedding their clothes. The film starts with sort of a flash-back sequence behind the titles showing the 'ancestral' werewolf woman who DOES transform into a hairy monster after a wild naked dance - the make-up was produced by a young Carlo Rambaldi who has since gone on to major Hollywood creature spfx fame - the wolf woman features some pretty unusual hairy breasts with long black nipples. Although a little uneven in spots - this one's 'a keeper'!Read more ›
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I've seen two or 30 Franco films, but this has Flesh for the Beast / Werewolf Woman / Nightmares Come at Night, I liked Flesh for the Beast, but really disliked Nightmares Come at Night, and Werewolf Woman, so I thought I'd buy some of his titles that have a bigger following.

Well, positive following makes for a fallacious description.

I still need to pick up Exorcism and Venus in Furs.

These titles are kinda Vampyros Lesbos and more slasher genre than anything, fused with all the exploitation elements that make up a typical inadequate Jess Franco film.

Bad collection but you can't go wrong with Hammer and Peter Cushing.
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I've seen two or 30 Franco films, but this has Flesh for the Beast / Werewolf Woman / Nightmares Come at Night, I liked Flesh for the Beast, but really disliked Nightmares Come at Night, and Werewolf Woman, so I thought I'd buy some of his titles that have a bigger following.

Well, positive following makes for a fallacious description.

I still need to pick up Exorcism and Venus in Furs.

These titles are kinda Vampyros Lesbos and more slasher genre than anything, fused with all the exploitation elements that make up a typical inadequate Jess Franco film.

Bad collection but you can't go wrong with Hammer and Peter Cushing.
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