Girls Gone Dead 2012 R

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When a group of sexy high school friends reunite for spring break during their freshman year of college all they are looking for is a skinny dipping good time. Instead they find a sadistic blood thirsty killer wielding a medieval war hammer has targeted them to be his next victims.

Starring:
Katie Peterson, Shea Stewart
Runtime:
1 hour, 44 minutes

Girls Gone Dead

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Try another movie is you like but forget about this one..
Milo Cushman
I do have to admit I would have never even watched it if I didn't see Linnea Quigley was in the credits.
E. Kinane
If like like suspense thrillers, slashers and you like to laugh, then you'll love this movie.
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66 of 73 people found the following review helpful By Rich K. on July 13, 2012
Format: DVD
I was fortunate to see the premiere of "Girls Gone Dead" in a theater in Florida earlier this year. It brought this 46-year-old back to his early teens when every week I went to a theater to see another gory horror movie with lots of topless girls being stalked by some maniacal killer (ahh, the joys of youth). Back then the production values were low, but the blood and boobs were always great. I'm happy to report that the blood and boobs in "Girls Gone Dead" are just as good as they were in those "classics," but the production values are so much better here. You'd never know this was a low-budget movie.

Even if you aren't familiar with some of the stars (pro wrestling legend Jerry "The King" Lawler, Howard Stern regulars Sal The Stockbroker and Beetlejuice, porn legend Ron Jeremy, 80s scream queen Linnea Quigley, etc), this is a movie that any fan of this genre will love. It's gory & scary, it's funny & silly, and it's got lots of mostly-naked women. I hope you like it as much as I did. I will definitely be getting this on DVD.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer VINE VOICE on July 18, 2012
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I'm a huge fan of campy horror films and this film is no exception. While there's not much original here at all (it really is a blend of Club Dread and Piranha), its simply fun. Yes some of the acting is pretty bad (but its not so terrible that you're constantly rolling your eyes), but surprisingly, the production values are quite high. I've come to realize what separates most of my campy horror enjoyment is production values. I know a good movie should be enjoyable irrespective of production values, but I think they can have a significant impact on the film viewing experience. Here, they're great; its no Oscar-worthy production, but the production makes you feel like you're watching a substantial work...the key point being you don't find yourself constantly annoyed by bad lighting, bad camera work, bad audio, etc. As for the story, again, there's not much original going on, but its simply fun, and enjoy it for that. Keep in mind this isn't necessarily a film for the whole family (or likely even with the wife).
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20 of 23 people found the following review helpful By B. Wasden on July 18, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
Girls Gone Dead is a fun throwback to 80's slasher movies, like Slumber Party Massacre and Sorority House Massacre. It's got it all: nudity, gore, humor, and a good killer. What it lacks is originality and characters to care about. There's a ton of characters in this thing, but most of them were douchebags. Oh, well. At least we get to see them get hammered. Also, in the funniest scene of the movie we get to see Linnea Quigley sing some awful country song. I would loved to have seen her have a bigger part in this movie, but she only appeared in a couple of scenes. Girls Gone Dead is worth seeing for the slasher fan and I hope there is a sequel someday. Every successful slasher needs a sequel!
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By THE MOVIE GUY on September 18, 2012
Format: DVD
Rebecca (Katie Peterson) known as "The Virgin Mary" joins 5 girlfriends for a debacle weekend break. Her mother watches over her like Carrie's mother. Meanwhile a film crew similar to "Girls Gone Wild" follows them around. There is also a slasher who wears a mask, that isn't too hard to figure out due to the limited number of candidates and cliche writing.

The style mimics the 80's slasher with ample nudity and Troma style effects. If fact it goes too far overboard in that it is more of a "Girls Gone Wild" film with a slasher. The dialogue and interactions of the characters was weakly written, which is hard to do for this type of film. Plenty of nudity and scream queen Linnea Quigley is always a treat. If you are looking for a slightly amusing slasher with plenty of nudity, this one will fill in until something better comes along. Personally I preferred, Sid Haig's "Creature," to each his own.

Ryan Keely who does lesbian scenes in adult movies, coerces ample Mandy to remove her top in front of her, yet in another scene rejects the advances of Caley Hayes.

Perv guide: F-bomb, crude sexual talk, sex, nudity (Brandy Whitford, Krystyna Ahlers, Shea Stewart, Ryan Keely, Kelly Otis, Caley Hayes, Janessa Brazil, uncredited stripper, uncredited slide girl) and full frontal nudity (Jennifer Worthington).
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By B. Nogueira on July 26, 2012
Format: DVD
A must see of slasher films, Great movie if you like that style. Grab a beer and enjoy it with friends. Not a Blockbuster movie but a lot of laughs!!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By DL on July 28, 2012
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This movie was pretty good. Pretty much what I expected. It's a little corny and fairly low budget but I thought the acting was actually pretty good and its entertaining. I took off one star only because I thought they could have had a little bit hotter girls. Theyre attractive but one has implants (which I'm not a fan of) and the others have decent bodies but nothing special.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Darrell A. Lane on October 3, 2012
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I watched this one as a double bill with Chillerama last night on DarrellTV (actually I purchased both here last month). I bought this for Linnea Quigley's ditzy bartender (and...GASP!...singing) appearance, but it is 80's slasher meets docuTV schlock (I mean this in a good way). Bright, colorful movie with lots of brainless, big-toothed babes; lackluster, if not too predictable of a killer's identity and motive (a little too hard of a push with the liberal twaddle vs conservative myopia). Best part of the movie? Jerry "The KIng" Lawler (before he collapsed with a heart attack last month on-air with the WWE) chases down the killer and piledrives the killer headfirst into the ground (that'll knock some sense inta ya!) and worth two review points. I Laughed and laughed. This movie has gotten some bad reviews, but I think it's undeserved and the reviews are a bit stilted by folks that didn't stay up-late with Rhonda Shearer on USA back in the 80's. This movie is part Jim Wynorski, part Troma and part Melrose Place (dare ya ta figure that one out!). All in all, it was a good time-waster.
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