Werewolf in a Women’s Prison is a 2006 American comedy horror film about a young woman who attacked by a werewolf and sent to the slammer.
Directed by Jeff Leroy (Alien Reign; Dracula in a Women’s Prison; Rat Scratch Fever; The Witch’s Sabbath) from a screenplay co-written with Vinnie Bilancio (as Vincent Bilancio). The movie stars Victoria De Mare, Eva Derrek, Vinnie Bilancio and Jackeline Olivier.
While vacationing in the fictional third world hell hole of Campuna, Sarah (Victoria De Mare) gets savagely attacked by a werewolf. She wakes up in a corrupt prison only to find out her boyfriend (Vincent Bilancio) has been torn apart and she is the only suspect.
Sarah is physically and carnally harassed in the big house by a creepy warden and the busty butch female guards — until the full moon when that strange bite takes effect…
Reviews [click links to read more]:
“How bad is it? Part parody, part exploitation, it’s not well-acted and it’s very low budget.
Should you see it? Yes […] The “acting” is done by women chosen for their assets and the budget looks like it went to getting as much stage blood and fake severed limbs as possible.” Down Among the “Z” Movies
“Werewolf in a Women’s Prison is tailor made for sleaze movie fans. It fits so well. It jumps right into one exploitation scene after another. It’s all done in the name of cheap bloody fun. And I haven’t even mentioned the sweat drinking scene. I won’t spoil it but let’s just say it’s another gratuitous B-movie moment.” Dr Gore’s Movie Reviews
“This movie falls into a place for the fans, first if you’re a dedicated werewolf watcher, then it’s a must, and if you enjoy following Victoria De Mare’s career then an obvious choice. Then the fans of its “so bad it is good” when this movie definitely needs for your attention, yes the unintentional laughs exists, a few groans…” The Horror Times
“Werewolf in a Women’s Prison looks and feels cheap with badly made scenery and a limited amount of extras, there seems to be hardly any prisoners in the prison… As expected the acting isn´t very good and some of it is downright bad. There is some intended comedy and some unintentional…” Independent Flicks
“People ripped in two, lots of limbs ripped off, some pretty nasty bites and much much more. Just about every girl gets them out at some point […] This is a really good old school exploitation movie.” The Last Movie Review on the Left
“It’s quite good fun, and the references are clever and enjoyable, but really, and I hate to repeat myself, at the end of the day it is soft p*rn with some terrible gore thrown around. By no means the worst thing I’ve ever seen, but not terribly accomplished.” Werewolves on the Moon
“The expected dykes, girl-fights, sadistic guards, nudity and local mercenaries ensue, except this time a gore-hungry werewolf is thrown into the mix, with Japanese style splatter scenes involving buckets of blood, lots of flesh-ripping and dismemberment, all so over-the-top that it’s campy. This won’t disappoint fans of entertainingly bad b-movies.” The Worldwide Celluloid Massacre
Cast and characters:
Victoria De Mare … Sarah Ragdale
Eva Derrek … Rachel
Vinnie Bilancio … Jack (as Vincent Bilancio)
Jackeline Olivier … Rita
Domiziano Arcangeli … Juan (as Domi Arcangeli)
Neto DePaula Pimenta … Garcia
Kristen Zaik Vazquez … Crystal (as Kristen Zaik)
Meredith Salenger … Angel (as Meredith J. Giagrande)
Al Burke … Badger
Yurizan Beltran … Kelly
Bernadette Perez … Serina
Sindy Lange … BB (as Sindy Tilson)
Jed Rowen … Julio
Tai Chan Ngo … Marcos / Werewolf
Eric Spudic … Guard 1
Bronson Canyon, Griffith Park – 4730 Crystal Springs Drive, Los Angeles, California
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