Trasharella: The Uncut Version
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This is the original cut, film damaged, but trippy in a good way.
Rena Riffel (Showgirls/Mulholland Drive) stars in her directorial debut, the B Movie Musical Satire, Trasharella. This instant cult classic is full of gore, glitter, and dark comedy. If you love classic cult films from the 50's to the 70's, you will love this underground style of film making. Think Betty Page exploitation burlesque film meets Grindhouse 16 mm trash with a splash of Ed Wood and Andy Warhol's Factory.
The Hollywood Vampire has cursed every Starlet for centuries. Helena is a Hollywood newcomer following her dream of becoming a Scream Queen just like her idol, a B-Movie Star gone missing. Many ghosts of blonde bombshells and movie stars haunt Helena's Summer dwelling and come to assist her in killing the Hollywood Vampire once and for all. But more than channeling dead movie stars, she must become a super hero in the process. She transforms into the trashy recycling super vixen, Trasharella, and the rest is horror movie history with a wicked twist. 'Being Green' can make you see red! One mans trash is another mans killer!
GREAT BONUS DVD EXTRAS--
2 SEXY MUSIC VIDEOS ("Deep Kiss" by Rena and "Suicide Girl" by Stereocell's Todd Riffel)
COOL INTERACTIVE SCENE SELECTIONS
3 SEXY PIN-UP GIRL PHOTO GALLERIES
MOVIE STILLS PHOTO GALLERY
RENA'S PERSONAL PRODUCTION NOTES DIARY
TRASHARELLA COMIC STRIP
A note from Rena: Thanks so much for your support and for maybe buying my movie! I hope you buy it and support my artistic endeavors. It means so much to me and inspires more independent film makers to keep producing their art and to keep our artistic dreams alive and thriving. May all your hopes and dreams come true!!!
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The film was ( probably intentionally ) grainy, and for no reason I can see.
Try watching her in Bound Cargo or Dark Confessions ( both filmed in eastern Europe with few English speakers, but still much better )
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I truly recommend this to all you B movie fans.