Cataclysm

Cataclysm

Police detective, Mitchell, investigating the death of a victim of a Nazi concentration camp discovers a nightclubbing playboy who has strange powers over women and is seemingly ageless.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Length:94 minutes
  • Release:1980
  • Language:English
  • Reference:Imdb
  • Keywords:murder,   occult,   dancing,  

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Aswathi T (es) wrote: The exact copy cat of Dookudu.

Stacy M (jp) wrote: This was a very sweet film documenting love and the forming relationship between Cera and Yi. Hearing all of the couple's stories made the film even sweeter; however, the film never takes off and reflects the energy that love has as described by many of the couples.

Liam M (ru) wrote: I'm a self professed Zombie apologist. I don't love everything he's done, but when his style shines through I'm instantly engaged - '31' is quintessential Zombie. Ugly, dumb and full of fun. It's not for everybody, and you'll know if it's for you once the first monologue is through!

Jenna P (fr) wrote: STRIPPED TO KILL by Katt Shea embodies the later '80s excess of the slasher genre. Strippers are being murdered, so a hot, young female detective goes undercover as a dancer. It is trashy and fun with some technical issues. This is Shea's first movie; although SLUMBER PARTY was Amy Holden Jones' first and much better. The dance sequences are pretty awesome. There's much more of a burlesque element than I was expecting. The lady detective's partner/love interest was a real downer. He tricks her into doing topless dancing as a 'joke,' and they literally have a conversation where he says, "You're too emotional." She goes, "Well, you know what I need." Cue love scene (and give me a barf bag). The twist ending (SPOILER) is a little too close to Robert Hiltzik's SLEEPAWAY CAMP and Brian De Palma's DRESSED TO KILL, and, I swear I never thought I would say or write this, the whole picture is significantly less classy compared to DRESSED TO KILL. Still fun though!Katt Shea did some nearly notable movies later, mostly latter day exploitation fare like POISON IVY and THE RAGE: CARRIE 2. She recorded a video to play before the movie at Cinefamily, stating that she loved working on STRIPPED TO KILL and was excited that we were watching her film. She also said she was working on a new project, but I'm not sure if it's a film as she hasn't directed anything since 2001.

Peter W (mx) wrote: I really liked the knocked off glasses leading to the blurred vision cam gimmick.

Rini N (kr) wrote: Watchable for grandparents

Tim M (kr) wrote: When you're right you're right and this movie is right!