THE WOMAN HUNT
Three sinister mercenaries Tony (John Ashley, The Twilight People), Silas (Sid Haig, The Devil's Rejects) and Karp (Ken Metcalfe,TNT Jackson) kidnap unsuspecting women for wealthy man Spyros (Eddie Garcia), who assembles a group to hunt them down on his secluded island. When a crisis of conscience gets the better of Tony, he decides to help some of them escape. McGee (Pat Woodell,The Big Doll House), Billie (Charlene Jones,The Curious Female) and Lori (Laurie Rose, The Working Girls) are running for their lives with Spyros' head of security, Magda (Lisa Todd, The Doll Squad), hot on their sweaty tails. Directed by Eddie Romero (Black Mama White Mama, The Twilight People), The Woman Hunt is a full-tilt exploitation romp in the true sense of cult cinema.
When her brother is viciously wiped out by a gang of drug dealers, Diana 'TNT' Jackson (Jeanne Bell, Mean Streets) leaves Harlem behind and travels to the most dangerous part of Hong Kong to track down the killer and exact revenge the only way she knows how. Befriending a good-willed martial arts expert along the way, she is soon faced with fierce opposition from drug kingpin Sid (Ken Metcalf, Enter The Ninja) and his evil but alluring girlfriend Elaine (Pat Anderson, Cover Girl Models). Produced by Roger Corman, full of action-packed Kung Fu battles, TNT Jackson is a 'blaxploitation' cult extravaganza from the infamous Filipino exploitation stable.
America in the near future, the Supreme Court drops the death penalty in favour of an initiative that designates San Bruno island as a dumping spot for first-degree murder convicts, free to do what they like except leave. Surrounded by murderers and mayhem, without any law or law-keepers it is a living hell-on-earth!
Ruthless convicts Bobby (Sean Kenney, The Corpse Grinders) rules the main camp and keeps the women under his thumb as sex slaves. Tensions within the group flare-up and when courageous A.J Thomas (Don Marshall, Land of the Giants) decides to turn his back on tyrannical Bobby he leads a group of like-minded convicts into hiding, determined to liberate the women once and for all. With the line drawn in the sand, it is only a matter of time before an all-out battle is mounted for control of the island.
Also featuring Tom Selleck and Roger Mosley (from Magnum P.I.), Terminal Island is a brutal dystopian 70s exploitation film in the tradition of The Big Doll House and The Hot Box.