Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Woodsman Tony Ferrandis, already a bit around the bend, is completely unhinged by his solitude. When beautiful Ellie MacLure ventures into the forest, she is kidnapped by Ferrandis. He wastes no time expressing his intentions, raping her repeatedly and submitting her to mental torture. In 1965, director William Wyler told a story similar to this in The Collector (1965). But whereas Wyler's film had artistic merit (and no rapes), Heat of the Flame has no further purpose beyond gratuitous nudity and violence.
atrocity, exploitation, kidnapping, rape