29 October 2013 | BA_Harrison
Shine the jackboots, slip on a Swastika armband and grab your monocle: it's Nazisploitation time again!
Sadistic Aryan officer Elsa Ackermann (Malisa Longo) is given the task of overseeing a Nazi brothel on rails that has been created to help identify potential traitors, cowards and deserters within the SS elite. As the train rolls through the countryside, its high ranking passengers are plied with alcohol and sex in order to loosen their tongues, while Elsa listens in on the conversations, Luger cocked and ready to fire.
Relatively tame in terms of violence, Elsa Fräulein SS will no doubt disappoint those looking for some really tasteless entertainment, but the film definitely delivers when it comes to sex and nudity: the ladies Elsa chooses to 'entertain' on the train are easy on the eye and more than happy to bare all for soft-core canoodling with the film's Teutonic top-brass.
Elsa even joins in the with the frolicking herself, but being a sadistic bitch she is at her happiest when shooting people in her head for daring to question Der Führer and his Third Reich.
Full frontal female nudity; summary executions (virtually no blood though); a decadent Salon Kitty style singalong; the flogging of German cutie Liselotte (Patrizia Gori); some gratuitous oom-pah-pah music; Elsa in thigh high leather boots; a ginger, hippy resistance fighter and his Xmas sweater wearing pal: while this might not be among the most shocking effort the Nazisploitation genre has to offer, there's enough fun stuff to at least make it a serious contender for most enjoyable 'Nazisploitation-on-a-train' movie (admittedly, the only other one I can think of right now is Special Train for Hitler, and that's really bad!).