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When the innocent and likable Bubbles Cliquot shows up for her nightly stage performance with a black eye, her transgender sisters suspect foul play from her latest boy toy. In an attempt to get Bubbles back to her bubbly self, the girls take her out for a relaxed night of cocktails at a local gay bar. After a few drinks, the ladies troubles seem far away, and Bubbles friends Emma Grashun and Rachel Slurr convince her to join them for a triple date with a pair of charming boys.
Sadly, not even three tough-as-nails vixens could be prepared for the ambush that comes next. It turns out the blind date is set up by Boner, the baseball-bat-wielding, tranny-hating rapist who gave Bubbles her shiner. After luring them into an abandoned warehouse, Boner and his two beefy minions unleash all their hatred on the unsuspecting ladies, leaving them bashed and bruised, but not broken.
After waking from her coma, Bubbles enlists the aid of her friends the sharp-tongued Rachel and the fiercely protective Pinky La Trimm to bring her attackers to bloody justice.
The ladies get in touch with their inner Zen before arming up with an assortment of bladed weapons and dressing in their finest dominatrix gear (if their knives don t kill, their looks surely will). Not even a man as psychotic as Boner could imagine the well crafted and ingeniously planned bloodbath that ensues.
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Commentary with Director Israel Luna and Stars Willam Belli and Krystal Summers
Top Customer Reviews
Whereas guys like Rodriguez and Tarantino spent millions of dollars to mimic perfectly those imperfections, Luna really did have those imperfections. Luna wanted to pay homage to the exploitation aesthetic, but there are certain "Grindhouse" moments in Luna's movie that were certainly not intentional.
Saying the five main characters are voluptuous would be an understatement. Luna's camera doesn't linger in close-ups of character cleavage, but he doesn't need to do so. The boobs of these babes naturally draw your gaze. Luna does accentuate them in the opening sequence by bathing them in red-orange colors. Yet, where Luna's camera does linger is on the legs of these ladies. The opening scene in fact follows the calves of his main character named Bubbles. He follows them for three minutes. Maybe Luna has a fetish for high-heel shoes cause it happens again later.
Like a Tarantino film, this story is told in chapters, six chapters to be kinda exact. Each chapter leads us through the girls confronting the source of Bubbles' black eye and dealing with the aftermath of a bloody and terrifying attack. It's a vengeance story but two vengeances come to play.
The movie made me smile and laugh quite a bit. Sometimes, it was at its shear ridiculousness. Most times, it was at the crazy one-liners from Willam Belli who co-stars as Rachel Slurr. Rachel has been described as mouthy and Belli provides the words, often improvised, to prove it.Read more ›
Do not expect replays of, or homages to, the legendary PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT or the less-than-impressive TO WONG FOO. This stands on its own two stilettoed feet!
The major accomplishment of this is the acting: the performers are really so good that it's the bad acting attempts that fail a little. I was especially smitten with Rachel Slurr (the gorgeous and funny William Belli, a surprising actor with a respectable made-for-TV-tranny résumé, and in the great CINEMA VERITE as Candy). The rest, seen here I think for the first time, are just as good: Krystal Summers (looks like an ex-porn star), the impressive Kelexis Davenport (straight out of a John Waters production it seems), Erica Andrews, Jenna Skyy, and a host of disgusting villainous men I won't list.
The amazing Richard Curtin plays Fergus, a grumpy, autistic employee who turns out to be of big help in the girls' predicament. He is as drop-dead hilarious as William Belli is drop-dead gorgeous and talented.
I was deeply impressed with the cheap, crappy 1970s style achieved here, scratches, threads, interruptions and bad editing. All slickly and expertly done. Don't let anyone convince you that is an easy thing. There is a bit of video-cam-looking stuff but barely noticeable; it took me right back to some heavy memories, some good, some bad.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
As the titles suggests, this movie is campy. Some of the comedic bits fall flat, but I enjoyed the film.Published 21 days ago by OldMovieGuy
This is the worst movie ever. Stupid acting, stupid story. It is so badly done a 5th grader could've done a better job. What is wrong with people giving it 4 stars/Published 8 months ago by MemberA2O