Women In Prison Triple Feature: The Hot Box/Escape From Hell/Women In Cell Block 7
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Half-dressed vixens in steaming jungles, sadistic jailors, and hot n heavy girl-on-girl action... What s more fun than women-in-prison movies: kind of like The Playboy Channel meets Silence of the Lambs. Check out this triple treat of nasty, naughty, Golden Age WIPs, stuffed to the gills with sadistic tortures and heaving, sweaty dream girls.
The Hot Box
Four hot American nurses are kidnapped by guerrillas and forced to join the cause.
As the junta strikes back, the ladies are caught in a deadly crossfire. A classic American WIP produced by Jonathan Demme (Caged Heat) and drive-in legend Roger Corman
and starring the seductive Laurie Rose. The revolution never looked so sexy!
Women in Cell Block 7
A Mafioso s daughter goes undercover in a women s prison to clear her father s name. Stripped of all human dignity, the inmates submit to terrible tortures and sell their souls for a few hours of lesbian lust. A legendary Italian WIP featuring the super-sexy Anita Strindberg (The Eroticist) and the lovely Jenny Tamburi (Frankenstein: Italian Style).
Escape from Hell
The explosive tale of nubile women forced to work as slave labor in the jungles of Brazil. Beaten and tortured by their heartless captors, they endure every humiliation imaginable. Only the snake-infested jungle offers a glimmer of hope for survival. A super hardedge WIP by the legendary Edward Müller and starring transsexual bombshell Ajita Wilson.
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Films like these have no business being boring, but never-ending shower scenes and poorly staged battle sequences, do not a gripping viewing experience make. Dripping wet women's breasts are a wondrous Heavenly creation, but even my almost psychotically obsessive propensity was at its limits, after the umpteenth pair wobbled and splashed across the screen..
Collectively, the picture quality is shocking; the colours have all bled into each other giving everything a glaring orange glow.
Worse, I couldn't tell if the films were panned and scanned from some kind of Scope or not: the titles fitted the 4:3 pretty good without letterboxing or obvious squeezing, and yet conversations are regularly to be seen between two noses, and that - mixed with the horror orange - makes the numerous, tepid sex-scenes visually impenetrable.
This may be just down to terrible film-making and perhaps not any technical butchery.
Either way, it's pathetic.
The music is similarly frightful; vibrating your eardrums with buzz even when you've got your volume turned right down, and interspersed with the type of screeched euro-ballad that'll have you dashing for the bathroom to indulge in involuntary, but deliriously satisfying vomiting.
The sexploitation factor? Grim, artless and tawdry. Nothing anywhere near the vicious fun levels of 'Women of Cell Block 9,' 'Violence in a Women's Prison' or even 'Bamboo House of Dolls' - films made with same sleazy mind-set as 'WIPTF' but - at the very least - brimming with the essential WIP factor: the encouragement of the basic human desire to watch terrible things happening to other people - a quality this collection flagrantly lacks.
'The Hot Box' isn't a WIP anyway - do we look gullible as well as stupid?
I've given Shock-o-Rama another star for a set of insane trailers including 'Five Bloody Graves,' 'Creature From the Hillbilly Lagoon' and 'Necroville,' but it's strictly a gesture.
The B.B.F.C. have snipped bits from this for the UK release - but Heaven only knows from where.
260-odd minutes of your precious life.. think seriously about it.
All three films deliver the lurid thrills fans of the women in prison genre come to expect. They were shot on the fly and, yes, the transfers are crummy. But if you're looking for some surprising examples of the genre that are a bit off the beaten path, you'll get a kick out of these. You can find poetry in the strangest places.