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Saturday, February 12, 2011

Da Khwar Lasme Spogmay

Die,Danger,Die,Die,Kill! always satisfies. One of their latest offerings is the depraved and shameless Pakastani film, Da Khwar Lasme Spogmay.

The film's merits and storyline are expertly detailed in the post:

Despite being classified as a horror film, DKLS is in equal parts an ill conceived superhero tale, a mangy hybrid of Catwoman and The Incredible Hulk. Its heroine, Banno, is a young woman who periodically transforms into a ferocious half cat, half human creature and prowls the night in search of rapists. In the opening scene, she catches one such devil in the act, and, after gruesomely mauling him with her knife-like claws, uses her telekinetic vision to spread his legs apart so that she may more easily ram a huge tree branch up his ass. Yow! In classic Pashto film tradition, this sequence is accompanied by abundant stock footage of thunder and lighting, a blaring and ceaselessly hectoring music track, and teeth rattling sound effects that include a heavily reverbed cat's yowl.

Here's a clip for your enjoyment complete with annoying feeder graphics.

Not so sure Kenneth Anger wasn't involved in this. It's one of the stranger things I have ever seen.