Ilsa, She Wolf of the SS is one of the most notorious exploitation films of all time. Released in 1975 the movie takes place in a Nazi prison camp run by the sadistic Ilsa. She is out to prove that women can stand more pain than men. She does this, of course, by horribly torturing her female prisoners. The male prisoners suffer a different fate. They get to sleep with Ilsa, but those that don’t satisfy her are castrated and their parts become souvenirs. Naturally, no man has ever satisfied the She Wolf of the SS, until rough and ready American pilot Wolfe arrives in camp that is. As he explains to his unmanned compatriots, he has such amazing willpower that he can hold off a climax indefinitely. “I guess you might call me a freak of nature,” he says with a straight face. Wolfe and others plan an uprising and after much gratuitous nudity and gross-out violence, Ilsa is overthrown and killed. Amazingly, being killed does not manage to stop Ilsa. She returns in three sequels: Ilsa, Harem Keeper of the Oil Sheiks; Ilsa, Tigress of Siberia; and Ilsa, the Wicked Warden.
Ilsa has graced many t-shirts (they were staple on St. Mark’s Place in NYC) and has even been the subject of a punk rock song by the always-terrible Murphy’s Law. But to date there has been no homage to Ilsa in miniature form…until now.
Not only Ilsa, but four other Nazi She Wolves as well. Need I say more?