Title: NAZITHON: DECADENCE AND DESTRUCTION
by: Charles Band
Starring: Michelle “Bombshell” McGee & Ian Roberts
Running time: 79min
Michelle “Bombshell” McGee hosts a marathon of Nazi themed grindhouse horror movie trailers. Titles include the following: SS Camp 5 Women’s Hell, SS Hell Camp (women get raped by a genetically mutated monkey man), SS Experiment Love Camp, Private House of the SS, Salon Kitty (starring Helmut Berger), The Damned (with Helmut Berger again and Charlotte Rampling), Ilsa She Wolf of the SS, Ilsa: Harem Keeper of the Oil Sheiks, Wanda the Wicked Warden, Elsa Fraulein SS, The Tigress, The Black Gestapo (wtf?!), The Tormentors (motorcycle neo-nazis), Mad Foxes (neo-nazi biker gang kickboxers with a very homo-erotic gym scene), Hell’s Bloody Devils (Neo-nazi biker gang starring John Carradine), Shock Waves (tinted goggle wearing zombie nazi’s starring Peter Cushing and John Carradine – again), She Demons (an island of genetically mutated monster women), Zombies Lake (women get raped and murdered by underwater dwelling zombie nazis), Bloodsucking Nazi Zombies (self explanatory), Night of the Zombies (some of the worst skeleton effects ever), Death Ship (starring George Kennedy & Richard Crenna), Zombie Lake (no “S” but it’s the same movie but it’s a longer clip with ridiculous amount of T & A and god-awful acting).
The negative: The trailers are somewhat offensive to the senses. The similarly themed films involving “Nazi Love Camps” were the high offenders, mainly because they called rape/forced prostitution “making love”.
The positive: Lots of nudity (T&A and afrobush). The film “The Black Gestapo” was so out of place, but maybe the cherry on top because it’s wonderfully random.
Full Moon Studios rarely disappoints when you know what to expect. The best laugh moments I got were starring Michelle “Bombshell” McGee. I am hoping she was mispronouncing big words and German words on purpose, but if not, my apologies for thinking her totally off pronunciation of “der fuhrer” and “auf Wiedersehen” were a laugh a minute.
Reviewed by: JM Willis
Total Rating: C-