El Monstro del Mar!
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Three gorgeous but deadly hired killers, Beretta, Blondie and Snowball, hole up in a small beachside community to keep a low profile. But this town has a dark secret. The local old sea baron, Joseph, tries desperately to warn the out-of-towners to never go into the water. But these crazy vixens listen to no one, so the Kraken awakes! Now, along with Joseph and his beautiful granddaughter, Hannah, they must fight for their lives against this furious creature of the deep as the sea rises in a tidal wave of blood.
Top Customer Reviews
Monstro begins with a trio of sassy, tattooed, cigarette-smoking vixens stranded on the side of the road in at the intersection of anywhere and nowhere. The scene is shot in black and white which, when combined with the girls' style of dress and choice of music, would indicate the film is set sometime in the fifties or sixties, an undeniable tribute to Meyer's Pussycat. That is, of course, until color rapidly bleeds into the film as a pair of guys that stopped to lend a hand are brutally slaughtered by Monstro's three murderesses. At that point the film shifts into a kind of strange timeline, lost between Meyer's nineteen sixties and Simpson's present day. The girls certainly act old-school, but they also listen to cassette tapes, and at one point one of them even uses a cell phone. It's a veritable medley of pop culture from the ages.
Beretta, Blondie, and Snowball (played by Nelli Scarlet, Karli Madden, and Kate Watts respectively) flee the scene where their terror reigned and go to hiding out in a tiny fishing town, in a would-be abandoned building owned by a friend of Blondie's.Read more ›
NOT THESE GIRLS - viva le badass Australians! As the customers say at the go-go bar in FASTER PUSSYCAT, Go baby! Go Go go!
Decked out with hot tattooed chicks, tentacles, a shotgun wielding schoolgirl, glorious gore and an obligatory crazy old man..
If you like horror films that remind you of why you became a fan to begin with, do yourself a favour and get this..
Also, on a side note.. The short films on the dvd are also a lot of gory, schlocky fun.. Overall a purchase well worth it.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This is a fun horror flick. Love Aussie films, so I'm a bit biased.Published 9 days ago by Joseph Thomas
The characters are not very sympathetic i will tell you that!!!! T he 3 Heroes(???) are blood thirsty hit women, who are shown several times plying their trade while cackling and... Read morePublished 2 months ago by freddy g.
Not all that original and I could have done without the pointless violence but I have spent worse times viewing films. It is ok and the monster was cool but not a must to watch.Published 2 months ago by Manishafan
I actually happen to love a great deal of bad movies. Ya know, the kind that are so bad they're awesome! This is not one of those. I couldn't even watch it at regular speed. Read morePublished 2 months ago by J. A. White