The Beast in Heat
In a remote village in occupied Europe, the SS pursue their inhuman treatment of captured partisans in efforts to force them to betray their comrades.... while Fraulein Krast, a sadistic biologist, concentrates her efforts on the womenfolk with refined tortures and humiliation, leaving them to the mercy of a sex-crazed half-man, half-beast she has created with experimental injections.... And as advancing Allied forces approach the village, Krast herself becomes a victim of her own fiendish rituals....
This is one of many so called Video Nasties about fictionalized World War 2 Nazi POW camp atrocities. A beautiful, nefarious senior female SS officer/doctor (Magall) creates a genetic, ... . You can read more in Google, Youtube, Wiki
The Beast in Heat torrent reviews
(mx) wrote: A bit more totally consistent than the American remake Delivery Man.
(gb) wrote: Slow moving drama has never been so suspenseful .....its a great accomplishment when a director and the actors can make a drama invoke such expectation and suspense !
(es) wrote: 10/13/14 StarzHDA compelling story of family, trust, courage, occupation and deceit. This was a really good story, if at times very sad and uncomfortable. You get a good sense of the difficulty of being occupied but a human sense that not all occupiers are heartless barbarians. You certainly root for a positive outcome for the Dutch teenager and his RAF friend while feeling the sadness he has to endure at such a young life. Excellent film.
(jp) wrote: I can't believe I never heard of this. It had so many actors in it. Its a silly horror movie but I really like it, it was funny to me.
(nl) wrote: This period piece was half hard to watch and half delightful. The love story involving a wealthy politician forced to marry a woman from a wealthy family, by his family--for duty, versus marrying a less wealthy family friend for love, was a bit on the cheesy side. I blame this on twenty too many looks of longing and a premise that's been a bit overdone in Cinderella stories. Then you have the girl getting coaxed into becoming a courtesan (high priced hooker) by her mother who is a retired master courtesan (a sexual pro and a half). With the best training possible, and maybe even innate skills brewed to a splendid foam, the girl becomes very popular with a large handful of Venetian men: married, single, churchy, raunchy. She is treated with high honor, she's major loaded from charging premium dime. In the meantime, her ex--now married to a religious and barren sea with of wealth, is drooling after her, begging for her favors. Does she give in? What do you think?
(nl) wrote: You'd think a high rating would equate to a quality film. In truth, there is no quality whatsoever about this but on the grounds it is the most horrific depiction of slapstick blood and guts I think I've ever seen, it warrants credit. From the offset, you can't take this seriously as the introduction centres around a native tribe trying to prevent the release of a Sumatran Rat Monkey into the public domain. The animal so called because plague baring rats raped monkeys to produce such an offspring! When it then comes into contact with an overbearing mother, who can't stand the thought of her son falling in love, she is turned into a flesh eating zombie that the son tries to keep a secret from the outside world. As things become worse, and one zombie escalates into hundreds, this film turns into the bloodiest gore fest ever known to man, with the screens just amass with red by the end. Normally the old school special effects are comical to say the least but this is done to a degree that actually turns the stomach in parts. Literally anything goes, and everything does go with the removal of every limb possible, and not a drop of blood left unspilt. I'd be so interested to meet the man behind this mind to see if he is indeed a genuine psychotic nutcase, or was just having one of those off days. This is the sickest of sick and just when you think you've seen it all, something else stomach churning occurs. The love story that is brought to our attention at the beginning is soon drowned out by the ridiculousness that ensues, leaving the audience somewhat bewildered at what they have just witnessed. This will stay in the memory for some time, due to all the wrong reasons, but as many would have you believe, if it gets you talking, its creation has been a success. I would recommend this purely due to the shock factor, but please just make sure you've let your last meal digest fully!
(us) wrote: This was incredibly cheap-looking and depressing. Just icky rather than scary.
(ag) wrote: Highly entertaining police procedural/wrong man flick with Ricardo Montalban trying to solve the mystery of an unidentified skeleton. The film is loaded with black humor and colorful characters... especially Elsa Lanchester, who absolutely steals the show as the unscrupulous landlady Mrs. Smerrling. I tend to put procedurals in a separate category or offshoot of noir, but I still enjoy them. I like watching the evidence unfold, and chasing down clues, and blind alleys and the interplay of luck and skill. This movie handles those elements quite well and always manages to keep things interesting. And with John Alton behind the camera, you're guaranteed fantastic noirish visuals. I've read some other reviews online, and a lot of people seem to think it drags, but I didn't think so at all. I was pretty engaged throughout the length of the film. It does have a bizarre, fragmented narrative, but it totally worked for me. One unusual aspect is that this is one of the few noirs (maybe the only one) I've seen that was shot on location in Boston. It ends on a very out-of-place plug for Harvard (some kind of thank you for their participation, I suppose).
(br) wrote: Pretty good chiller in the vein of "The Vampire Bat". In the 19th century, a village suffers the attack of a serial killer. Everyone thinks the murders are being done by a supernatural vampir ebat, but Prof. Kristan thinks it's something worse. Not really a masterpiece, but a fine viewing for a rainy afternoon.
(ca) wrote: Man, Norbit is the stupidest movie I've ever seen in my life ! It is proof that the American comedy films are dead and buried! I feel me dirty knowing that lost 20 minutes of my life seeing the beginning of this movie , and I'm glad to hear that have preserved my rest of my mind to take the wise decision to drop this filth and go play on my PSP. Hard to believe that the actor who made me laugh until my stomach hurts in " Beverly Hills Cop", "Coming to America" and voicing Donkey in "Shrek " make this disaster!