I used to have the Shriek Show disc and sold it off. Wasn't a favorite of mine then but I couldn't pass up on picking up a cheap copy of the old United Home Video clamshell release for its artwork:
Sure it's cut and print quality is pretty cruddy but I actually found it entertaining this time around (that may be due to the twenty or so minutes removed by US distributor Larry Woolner who was also responsible for the US edit of RETURN OF THE ZOMBIS under the title THE HANGING WOMAN/BEYOND THE LIVING DEAD).
It is too bad that the film takes so many different turns in the remaining 2/3rds of the movie because the first bit plays like a sort of grindhousey more explicit less subtle BLOOD AND ROSES. Statuesque Annik Borel looks great in these early scenes both as Daniella and her ancestress (seen through a star filter) and in her scenes with Howard Ross. In the hospital scenes and the revenge scenes, she looks convincingly palid and even feral. The wolf woman of the title is pretty funny to look at but does manage to be nightmarishly creepy peering out through the brush (when she's tied to the stake, her writhing looks less wild and agonized and more like she's trying to be a go-go dancer).