I recently received the new DVD release from Apprehensive Films features two 70s grind house features. In the late 60s through the 70s there were films that were considered to extreme for audiences and were shown in ‘grind house’ theaters. These theaters would only show the films that were considered exploitation films. Let’s take a look at these two films on this release.
Black Cobra Woman (1976) – Judas is a playboy living in Hong Kong. In his posh penthouse apartment he has tons of snakes that he treats like his own children. When Judas takes in a woman named Eva and takes care of all her needs. She in return takes care of his snakes and soon people begin dying!
Super Bitch (1973) – When an undercover cop infiltrates a drug syndicate run by Mama the Turk he fits right in and no one is the wiser. The members of the syndicate stab each other in the back for a bigger piece of the pie.
I’m not a fan of these exploitation films myself, but I know there is a huge fan base for them. As for the DVD it is a 2 sided disk, which I’m not a fan of. Than the audio is muffled and the video is not very clean, but the menus are easy to access. In the end it wasn’t the bad video audio quality that ruined this for me. The screen plays seemed just written for ways to show violence and nudity and nothing else.
So if your a fan of exploitation films from the 70s by all means check this one out! Head over to www.TheGrindHouse.Net and find out how you can pick up your copy today.
Moral Rating: violence, profanity and nudity
Audience: Mature Audiences Only
Length: Over 3 hours
DVD Released: 2013
DVD Rating: D