The Woman Hunt (1972)

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A foreign correspondent is kidnapped and used for human prey.


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25 August 2006 | gridoon
3
| Scuzzy low-budgeter
The best thing about this movie is the opening credits, with an animated target centering on the names of the leads. The second best thing is a funny Sid Haig line: "My nose ain't the thing that grows!". The third is the (brief) female nudity. The fourth COULD be Pat Woodell, who was striking in "The Big Doll House", but here she is almost unrecognizable with that awful haircut. The fifth COULD be the lesbian villainess, but it's pretty clear that the actress who plays her doesn't have her heart into it. And that's it for the good or could-be good things. The "woman hunt" of the title doesn't begin until after about 50 minutes, and it's totally unexciting like the rest of the movie. Those who saw this at the drive-ins back in 1975 must have been asleep in their cars, or at least otherwise "occupied". I can't imagine them paying any attention to the screen. (*)

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