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  • Format: AC-3, Dolby, Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: R
  • Studio: The Collective
  • Release Date: Jan. 24 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By trek fan on Dec 2 2012
Format: Blu-ray Verified Purchase
"So they took a Tarzan movie and turn it into a gross out slasher domineering type movie" you have a feral woman living in the wild from when she was young obviously, but how she got there was never mention, but you see flash backs when she was young, so this is were the movie lost me, who took care of her (the baby) all the animals, this is why i said it's a Tarzan movie, because she turns out to be the Hero of the movie,this girl [Pollyanna Mcintosh]as the feral woman is one scary person in her makeup. some people might find this movie hard to watch because of the Nature in which her captor was treating her played by[Sean Bridgers]and this is no secret to the family he show them what he capture.there is good twist to this..Woman [Blu-ray]
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Snowy1977 on Dec 9 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This film shows how no matter where you come from or who you think you are, we all can become animals of nature.
The Woman in the film has no other choice but to hunt her prey to survive, but the family has there food supplied to them by a grocery store. Yet the two become intangled together because of a sick man who has everything and is just bored with his life.
The story is not about the Woman, it's about how a Deranged Father can influence his son and manipulate his wife and daughter into believing that he knows what's right for other people, when all he's doing is satisfing his lust for control over helpless people.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By 1931 on Dec 13 2014
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Nowhere near enough T&A for me(almost none)...that's what I thought I was getting.
Chalk it up to research.
I can handle loose story lines and poor movies if it's wall to wall nudity.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By S. Benedetti on July 17 2014
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too graphic but interesting
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45 of 51 people found the following review helpful
Psychos Versus Cannibals Oct. 29 2011
By Black Douglas - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Blu-ray
This is a truly disturbing movie and you would be hard pushed to find a more twisted and nasty character than Chris Creek, played brilliantly by Sean Bridges. This movie is heavy going and there aren't many Taboos that dont surface in it,cannabalism,incest,wife beating,child abduction and rape to name a few. Pollyanna McIntosh plays the feral woman and does an excellent job in this gripping movie that will leave you with an unpleasant taste in your mouth.
51 of 62 people found the following review helpful
BOYS WILL BE BOYS Nov. 13 2011
By THE MOVIE GUY - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
The film opens with Pollyanna McIntosh as a feral woman. She has an injury to her side and hunts and kills a wolf. Her legs look pretty darn good for a person who has lived outdoors their entire life, not one scrape,scar, or even hair on the legs...and her armpits are shaved!

Sean Bridgers plays Chris Cleek, an unlikeable man of wealth. He sees our feral woman in the woods behind his house while out hunting. He has a mousey wife (Angela Bettis), a teen daughter, a son who has trouble with his free throws and a young daughter who likes to kiss boys to the horror of her mother. Sean Bridgers orders his family around who pretty much obey him, like zombies, without question.

He captures the wild woman, and rather than turn her over to the authorities, he chains her up in their basement/shed. He is very open about it and shows her to his family who are completely dumbfounded. Chris Cleek rules the roost and doesn't like to be questioned. He reminds me of a creepy Will Ferrell. Their task is to civilize the woman, a woman who wants no master.

The two older children Peg and Brian are portrayed as abnormally reclusive self imposed social outcasts, signs of an abnormal home life. We know this is true because of the lame indie music soundtrack that plays when they are on screen by themselves. Having a scantily clad female chained up around a teen boy brings about some natural curiosity tendencies.

The wife and older daughter feel like a prisoner, like the feral woman who symbolizes their imprisonment. Sean Bridges symbolizes the "system" which imprisons women. There are scenes showing violence to women that were hard to watch, even though we don't see the actual strikes, we see the arm movement and hear the blows.
The movie starts semi-normal, goes to odd, then downright weird as Sean Bridges fights to be the master of his world filled with rebellious women. Sean's son sides with him to give us the full symbolism of the battle of the sexes with men being aggressive controlling rapists and women the victim.

Many of the actors in this film are new to the industry. In spite of that, they did a solid job.

F-bomb, Full frontal nudity (Pollyanna McIntosh), rape, torture, blood, gore. While I give this movie 4 stars, I wouldn't recommend it to anyone.
15 of 18 people found the following review helpful
Who Is The True Monster?... Jan. 16 2012
By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
THE WOMAN is sort of the rural-American version of CANNIBAL HOLOCAUST. It's all about human monsters amongst us. Pollyanna McIntosh plays the brutal / brutalized, title character so well that it's (refreshingly) disturbing! Watching her is like watching a wolf or tiger in captivity! She gives off a wildness like I've never seen before! Angela Bettis (MAY, TOOLBOX MURDERS) is excellent as the abused, emotionally-deadened spouse of the psychopathic husband (Sean Bridgers) who instigates most of the film's horror. The Cleeks are a seemingly normal family, until the layers of normalcy begin to chip, peel, and fall away completely! THE WOMAN is intense, unpredictable, and insane. A horrific marvel...
10 of 12 people found the following review helpful
By Dr. Sparkles - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is one of the movies that you aren't quite sure what you saw when the movie ends. The story is about this creep and woman-hater Chris Cleek who finds a wild woman in the woods, captures her and shackles her up in his cellar. He's out of his mind and doesn't try to hide the woman - so he introduces his family to her and claims that he's taken her so they can "help" the woman and "civilize" her. His brand of helping her includes rape and torture. Equally sadistic is his mean-spirited son who goes along with whatever his dad has in store. The woman impacts different family members in different ways - Chris' submissive and out-of-it wife goes along with Chris but finally reaches the point of being done with his cruel ways; daughter Peg who may be pregnant protects the wild woman and feels horrible for all the tortures she is enduring; the youngest daughter seems as if she doesn't fully understand the situation but comforts the wild woman with music and generally takes a liking to her. When a well-meaning teacher visits the family to discuss the possibility that daughter Peg might be pregnant, the movie crescendos into a strange finale including the discovery of another eyeless wild woman who thinks she's a dog, cannibalism and some gory deaths. To say this movie is weird is an understatement. Not much scares me but admittedly the hissing, black-toothed wild woman with a look of death in her eye was so convincing I got the chills. I'm not sure if they were trying to hint that Chris had also had incestual relations with his daughter and that's why she was pregnant, but it seemed that's what the movie was trying to lean towards. Oddly enough Chris Cleek reminded me of George W Bush or at least that's what I kept thinking. I'm not sure what I got out of this movie and the ending seems to leave some guesswork. The person who played The Woman was excellent in her role and really nailed the primal requirements to be such a person. I can't say this is a great movie - it's just very different and you will stay hooked to it to see exactly what's going to happen - especially when the movie escalates. I guess I might watch it one more time to get over the initial shock of 'what the heck did I just see' but to me the story follows the lines of many of those torture type movies with a small twist. Watch it if you want to see a horror movie about a cave woman who is actually quite scary and you want to see a whole bunch of strange crap going on. Don't watch it if you are sick of capture and torture movies.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
A damning critique of traditional family roles Oct. 12 2012
By B. Pritchett - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Let me state right off that this is one disturbing movie and it's not for everybody. If you hate horror movies then this is one you should avoid.

The Woman is about a family that tries to tame a feral woman. The woman has no name and has only known the wilderness as a home. Chris Cleek, a well respected lawyer in the community, spots the woman crossing a creek one day, and becomes enamored with her. He quickly sets about to capture her, and once he does he brings her back to his family's house, strips her and strings her up in the basement of the family barn. He tells his family that it's his intention to rehabilitate the woman, but over the course of the movie it becomes clear that Cleek's only intention is to dominate the woman just like he does his family, even when it becomes clear that the woman is dangerous and is a threat to them all.

The Woman is a damning critique of traditional family roles. Cleek is the head of the family and has a big ego. He orders around his family as if they were nothing more than his servants. His wife, played by the talented Angela Bettis, does little to stop his manipulating ways and often complies with his demands even when she knows her husband is wrong. Out of all the members of his family Cleek favors his son, and is grooming him to be just like him--to seek complete and absolute control of any situation that may be come his way.

The Woman created quite a stir at Sundance last year. I believe part of the problem (and still is to this day) is the fact that little background information is given to the audience about the woman. The movie is based on Jack Ketchum's and Lucky McKey's novel of the same name, and it is the third book in Ketchum's Dead River series. In the series the woman is a part of a clan of feral cannibals who roam the Main wilderness. The clan was decimated during a shootout in the second book of the series.

--You'll love this movie if you like horror movies that like to push buttons when it comes to social issues.

--You'll hate it if you just can not stand violent horror movies or violence against women of any kind.

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