Films: Wolf Woman (1976)
Location: Civilized area/Forest
Height/Weight: That of an average human.
Summary: When people think of monsters tied to sexual repression, they often think of vampires and occasionally werewolves. The one's a case of the latter.
History: Daniella Neseri was in a bind. She had a huge fear of men due to being raped years ago, and she dreams of being a werewolf. And you know what? She is. For her ancestor was one too, and its spirit compels her to embrace lycanthropy as well. Now Daniella prowls the land sexing up and then killing any man or woman she sees.
Notable Kills: Nothing special.
Final Fate: After a sincerely loving flame of Daniella is killed, the woman goes off the deep end, and is soon carted off to be institutionalized in her now feral state.
Weakness: Anything conventional.
Scariness Factor: 3-There's no doubt that this woman can get particularly savage when the opportunity calls for it. A shame that in some scenes of her as a werewolf, her makeup stands out as really silly.
Trivia: -This film was also known as "Naked Werewolf Woman", "Terror of the She Wolf", and "Daughter of a Werewolf".
-The first Quentin Tarantino film fest in Texas showed this film unexpectedly, and Quentin loved it so much that he required that every film fest in his name include a film from the "Wolf Woman" selection, which basically means any obscure exploitation film.