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Teenage Catgirls in Heat [DVD] [US Import] [NTSC]

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  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (US and Canada DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 4:3 - 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: Unrated (US MPAA rating. See details.)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1 customer review)
  • ASIN: B00000K3TL
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 268,154 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 23 Nov. 2002
Format: VHS Tape
Another low-budget romp from the friendly folks at Troma, "Teenage Catgirls in Heat" is allegorical critique of the pressures forcing young women to conform to sexual stereotypes in contemporary America. Actually, I do not believe that any more than you do. The "plot" involves an ancient Egyptian icon that comes to life and demands the sacrifice of all the cats in town, at which point the obliging felines return to life as the titular characters. However, these Teenage Catgirls are not only sexy, they are deadly. So maybe there is a worthwhile lesson in here for the teenage boys who will rent this film, but do not expect many of them to waste time looking for it. This 1993 film, the only one to date from director Scott Perry, is standard Troma fare, albeit a bit sexier than most. Too bad this is not the DVD version, because it is loaded with lots of extras, most of which are way better than the film itself and worth another start to the rating.
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36 of 42 people found the following review helpful
Bringing Up a Furball 18 April 1999
By A Customer - Published on
It's almost impossible to review this film, as it's in a category that makes Ed Wood's efforts appear almost Speilberg like in comparison. I saw this movie on cable, and this alone is a credit to the film's producers that they got someone to buy it. This is the type of movie that has cult potential, right up there with Attack of the Killer Tomatoes. It's that bad. In fact, it's so bad I watched it twice, enjoying the exquisite awfulness of it all.
Where to start. Without spoiling any of the plot, such as it is, let us just say that the movie involves an Egyptian cat goddess (portrayed by a 60's vintage table piece that was probably picked up in the discount bin at Goodwill), a number of VERY busty young women (where they were picked up is anyone's guess) portraying humanized female cats in search of mates (don't ask), sundry stubble fields in Texas (where the movie was shot), and several very embarrassed looking felines, who if they could talk would be probably be suing their agents (or the ASPCA) right now.
This is the sort of movie where production values don't exist. Most of the movie takes place at night, and to achieve this illusion the world's cheapest blue filter was used. It doesn't make things look dark, but it certainly gives you a good chance to see if you're blue-green colorblind. The various 'special' effects are of such quality that you can almost hear the film's director debating whether to spring for pizza for the crew or buy yet another 'visual' effect. The dialogue defies description, although, at the risk of a small spoiler, the sight of the female lead achieving orgasm while yelling "Meow, Meow, Meow" at the top of her lungs was worth the pain of watching the rest of the film.
The above not withstanding, the movie is a hoot to watch. The young actors give it a good shot, and no one is taking anything seriously. The willingness of the actresses to walk in the nude or semi-nude through those Texas stubble fields takes courage rarely seen in filmmaking. Whether this film was a film school project gone wild, or whether everyone involved in creating the project had one too many Lone Star beers is impossible to determine. The credits at the end of the film list dozens of contributors and supporters, leading me to think that the film was paid for by passing the hat at local bars near Texas A&M. In any event, see the film if you get a chance. It deserves more word of mouth promoting to get it into cult status. After all, few have the courage to make the truly bad nowadays.
10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
Better than I thought 10 July 2000
By A Customer - Published on
Format: DVD
I was not expecting this movie to be as enjoyable as it was. Granted, it does not look good, and the day-for-night shots are particularly bad. Once we get past these problems, though, we find a very amusing story. The plot involves an Egyptian cat goddess who transforms normal cats into Teenage Catgirls, who are In Heat, of course. There are a number of surprises before it's all done. This is one that I would recommend, especially to my fellow Texans.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
Meow! 15 Jun. 2002
By A Customer - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Love "B" movies? Love subtle, but sometimes hilarious corny humor? TCIH is for you! It is so "B" it is good. Troma has a knack for script and editing that is fit for a feline. Where they got the feline actresses I really don't know, but there are busts galore in this genre of horror. Imagine it raining cats and...cats (no dogs)...only to have each and every feline turn into a naked teenage girl. That's the premise of this, and all of, Troma's films. I don't think I've ever laughed louder at a Troma flick than this. If you are a Troma fan...don't miss this one. It doesn't have the gore...just the silly script and busty girls. The DVD version is digitally remastered but the quality is sub-par. The sound is scratchy and muffled. But it's still worth a view. The best scene is when the innocent nerd, who's afraid to commit to another woman, gets seduced by one of the crazed felines. He falls head over tails for her. You'll PRRRR at that scene. And don't miss the TROMA preview section on the DVD. It's quite graphic...and may compel you to buy another TROMA flick.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The Coming Of The Great Litter 8 Aug. 2006
By Robert I. Hedges - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This movie was originally called (somewhat more modestly) simply "Catgirls," but once the friendly folks at Troma got a hold of it, it morphed into "Teenage Catgirls in Heat," which is actually a more descriptive title. This little gem was made in Austin, Texas and concerns itself with a bunch of housecats that commit ritual suicide under the direction of an ancient Egyptian cat goddess. The cats then magically become women who wander around scantily clad plotting a nefarious world conquest scheme so stupid I am not even going to go into it here (hint: it involves the coming of "the Great Litter.") As an aside, watching the catgirls play with string, meow, and chase mice is all well and good, but the director also likes them to use kitchen utensils in hostile encounters. (Watch for the potato masher and ice cream scoop in action.)

There are two heroes of the film (one of which turns out to be one quarter cat on his maternal grandmother's side...don't ask) who uncover the plot, and with the help of one particularly helpful feline girl, Cleo (yes, like Cleopatra...,) a Brahma bull, and a very unusual bit of romance (there is unforgettable dialogue here, asking if the catgirl has been spayed), the plot is foiled. You may actually wish it hadn't been, though, when you see the headpiece that our hero, Warren, has to wear after dealing with a tiger. (This thing would have shamed Bootsy Collins even in the 1970s.)

This whole thing is extremely silly and low budget, with much of the film in shot day-for-night (resulting in everything being a lovely shade of blue), and special effects being no more than close-ups of actual cats and stuffed toys flung from roofs (for the ritual feline suicides.) I was especially enthralled in when Warren got to interrogate a domestic housecat using unethical methods involving a garbage can, catnip, and feline hypnosis.

The movie is entertaining in a campy way, but is not suitable for younger viewers due to the scanty catgirl attire. The extras are extremely lame by Troma's standards: the commentary track is somewhat annoying and not all that enlightening and the additional features (especially the sequel shtick) vary from very lame to atrocious. All told, I thought this was one of the best Troma films (though it's not gory, unless you count the scratching and hissing) and I recommend it to lovers of campy, but fun, bad movies.
7 of 9 people found the following review helpful
A good lesson in shoestring budget movie making. 9 July 1998
By A Customer - Published on
This movie has become a late-night favorite of Cinemax and the USA Network's "Up All Night." Filmed in 1991 in Austin, TX, this ultra-low-budget comedy was a multiple nominee in the 1994 Drive-In Movie Academy Awards ("The Hubbies"), and is great viewing for anyone interested in creating or otherwise involving themselves in the area of low-budget movie making. When that wears thin, there are always "catgirls" to look at. The important lesson aspiring filmmakers should derive from this movie is what it looks like on screen when blue filters are used on the camera lens to simulate nightime during daylight shots (i.e., scrape up the extra money and BUY SOME LIGHTS). As a final note, this Troma Team release is well worth the price as a collector's item alone -- Lance Henry's feature film speaking-role debut as "The Paperboy" is only sure to rise in price. END
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