From one of the masters of Italian sleaze exploitation cinema, Rino Di Silvestro, director of the fabulous Deported Women of the SS Special Section, comes Werewolf Woman, a psychological, psychosexual, pseudo-shapeshifter shocker and a favourite of director Quentin Tarantino. In it, a mentally unstable young woman named Daniela (Annik Borel) fantasies that she is the reincarnation of her long-dead ancestor, a woman who was thought to have been a werewolf.

Dealing with her lifetime of sexual abuse, she seduces men before transgressing into a feral monster, screaming, cursing and ripping them to shreds. When she meets the man of her dreams, Daniela seems ready to forgive her past and bury the beast within until another traumatic encounter seals both her own fate and the collective fates of those caught in the path of the Werewolf Woman’s wild wrath.

A strange, erotic, outrageously sleazy and provocative Eurohorror classic about a woman pushed well-past the edge of sanity. Werewolf Woman is presented here in a remastered, beautiful high-definition edition.

Extras: Lady Frankenstein’s Memoirs (18 minutes), Asylum of Fear (15 minutes) Deleted scenes (2 minutes). A fully illustrated booklet.
New HD transfer from the original 35mm negative. Original trailer. Improved subtitle translation.

Film Details: Video interview with Rino Di Silvestro (19 minutes) Original Italian trailer. Original English trailer. A fully illustrated booklet, New and improved English subtitles

Running time: 97 minutes Aspect ratio: 2.35:1 Format: Colour Language: B76Italian with English subtitles, Plus English language version Origin: Italy 1976

Directed by Rino Di Silvestro

Cast: Diego Annik Borel, Alchimede, Mickey Zide, Albert F. Bath