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You’ll howl in fear with “She Wolf”, in which a female serial killer is stalking the shadowy streets and underground subways of Buenos Aires

We simply love watching scary flicks . . . especially when they involve a serial killer.  She Wolf (Omnibus Entertainment/Film Movement) is a notch above the rest: This time, a female serial killer is stalking the shadowy streets and underground subways of Buenos Aires.
The film will be released on DVD March 19.
Capable of shifting between three manifestations of her inner self, this cunning seductress lures unwitting men to a night of unbridled ecstasy that ends in their blood-soaked demise. The trail of bodies she leaves behind threatens to lead the police to her door but the titular she-wolf is so lost in her fractured psyche that the threat to her own safety barely seems to register.

But when one of her intended victims turns out to be an undercover police detective, her frantic escape leads her into the arms of a charming young drug dealer, whose love could provide the key to her salvation.
Todd Brown of Fantastic Fest calls She Wolf “a blistering, punk rock take on the Euro-sleaze movies of the late ’60s and early ’70s” and says, “rising director Tamae Garateguy puts a woman’s touch on her gritty black & white offering for a unique spin with this erotic thriller.”