Ilsa: She Wolf of the SS

Director: Don Edmonds
Year Released: 1975
Rating: 0.0

In some Nazi Experimental Camp (damn them!), insatiably horny Mistress Ilsa (Dyanne Thorne) conducts tests on men and women to see who can endure the most pain (the men who fail to 'satisfy' her get castrated) ... and, what a surprise, the gender that's able to give birth turns out to be damn resilient (after being lashed and boiled and dismembered and hung, etc.).  Like an edgy teenager, its desire to be shocking is ever-so-evident, but with such unrealistic special effects (and sitcom music) and lousy acting (how about those German accents?) it's more of a test of patience than anything actually upsetting, unless you're a sensitive type that can't separate reality from very cheap fiction (in truth, there were horrible human experiments run in places like Dachau and Auschwitz ... but this the Third Reich in Scuzzy Z-Movie Form).  You know what's truly disgusting?  Bad implants.  You know what's truly a triumph?  Being able to orgasm at will.