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Mad Cowgirl (2006)

Cast: Sarah Lassez, Sarah Lassez, James Duval, more...
Director: Gregory Hatanaka, Gregory Hatanaka
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: Cinema Epoch
Genre: Drama, Horror, Independent, Suspense/Thriller, Romance
Running Time: 89 min.
Languages: English
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A disturbed health inspector begins a surreal descent into madness when her marriage fails, her mental health begins to plummet, and her obsession with kung fu movies drives her to seek vengeance against the Ten Tigers from Kwangtung in director Gregory Hatanaka's experimental psychological thriller. Therese's (Sarah Lessez) life is falling apart; her husband has abandoned her, her affair with a sleazy televangelist has left her sexually frustrated, and her brother may have poisoned her with some particularly bad meat. Now, as Therese begins to succumb to her all-consuming nymphomania and her doctor begins to suspect that there truly is something wrong despite her outwardly healthy appearance, the delusional slaughterhouse inspector begins the rigorous training that will allow her to take on the dreaded Ten Tigers from Kwangtung in an all-out bloodbath that could claim the lives of more than a few of her recent lovers. ~ Jason Buchanan, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Reviews

Holy Cow by ZenBones December 20, 2006 - 1:54 AM PST
1 out of 2 members found this review helpful
This is a movie that was obviously made for the midnight circuit. It has lots of sex, lots of gross-outs, plenty of stuff to offend Christians, a kick-ass oddball soundtrack, and an enigmatic plotline that contains all the expected irony of a 'cult' film [the irony here being mad cow disease, which proves the old adage of "you are what you eat"]. So essentially, this is a formula film. It's light years from Hollywood formula, but any film that follows all the rules of any genre - including the genre of 'shocking' cult films - is hardly cutting edge. Still, this film has a talented multicultural cast, a fun kick-ass score that really is original, plenty of material to turn people off of meat-eating forever, and those of you who are Trekkies will possibly get a kick out of seeing Walter (Chekov) Koenig playing a televangelist and having a rather convincing orgasm.

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