"The Headhunter: Bigger Game": Catwoman and Huntress seem to be in a desperate situation after they broke in into the state of the Cartagena drug cartel and are now surrounded by guards and their boss Skullface. But Catwoman uses one
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Synopsis for "The Headhunter: Bigger Game"
Catwoman and Huntress seem to be in a desperate situation after they broke in into the state of the Cartagena drug cartel and are now surrounded by guards and their boss Skullface. But Catwoman uses one of her mini bombs to switch the momentum, so that Huntress and her are able to defeat their opponents. The bomb also opened the safe and, thus, both women are able to escape with their prize. But back in the woods it shows that its Huntress that cannot be trusted. She threatens Catwoman enough so that Selina gives up her 10% of the money and flees.
Back home Selina quickly forgets about this disappointment. Still she sleeps rather uneasy because she keeps thinking about the kiss she recently shared with the cop Moreland McShane. Suddenly Selina wakes up because she hears a voice. Surprisingly it is McShane who sneaked into her apartment. He reveals that he knows about Selina being Catwoman and now feels that Selina only tried to hoax him with that kiss. The discussion ends up in a fight and as several severed heads roll out of McShane's bag, Selina is shocked to realize that the furious cop is also non other than the serial killer called the Headhunter ...
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