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Trasharella 2008

3.8 out of 5 stars (9) IMDb 4.6/10

Rena Riffel (Showgirls/Mulholland Drive) stars in her directorial debut, the B Movie Musical Retro Satire, Trasharella. Transforming into a recycling trashy super hero, it is up to Trasharella to kill the Hollywood Vampire.

Starring:
Rena Riffel, Taffy Banner
Runtime:
1 hour, 42 minutes

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Genres Fantasy, Musical, Comedy, Horror
Director Rena Riffel
Starring Rena Riffel, Taffy Banner
Supporting actors Mary Carey, Jefferson Allen Drunken, Sha Longo, Stefan Lysenko, Smokey Miles, Jade Paris, Connie Riffel, Eddie Riffel, Todd Riffel, Sha
Studio Rena Riffel Films/Torture Chamber Studio
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Are you the kind of person who seeks out the campy B-Movies in every store you go into? Do you search the web for the trashiest films you can find? Do you have Monthly or even weekly movie parties to watch Films like "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes 1-4" and others of its like? Well then this is the movie you've been looking for! This very low budget film has it all: Campy script, Campy acting, and Campy laughs... It even has a couple of musical numbers! Listed as a "Campy Horror/Musical", this film meets the mark for everything you expect. Though I'd have to argue with the "Musical" part as there are only about 3 musical numbers. The film opens up with black & white section that leads you through the opening of the film and a bit of plot explanation that goes way back into the past, and in the past it is films as a "Silent Movie" with the old style music and flash cards to read what you can hear is being said - which I think is an very original way of doing a flash to the past. Not only flash into the past script wise, but filming style as well. Unfortunately I think that the flash into the past silent movie part is a bit long and drags a bit, but it is a good section of the film none-the-less. After that section we get into full color and into the main part of the story - replete with Magic Lipstick, Magic Shoes, and the transformation of an ordinary actress who gets turned into the extraordinary Trasharella (Who keeps falling out of her outfit, and even comments on that very point.) I have found that most people who try to make a campy film on purpose tend to fail miserably and just make a film that should have been burned before anyone even saw it... But this film hits the mark and has earned a place of honor in my collection. This film has it all for any B-Movie, Campy Film lover in the world! Don't take my word for it, go out and get yourself a copy and see for yourself. You'll love it!
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Are you the kind of person who seeks out the campy B-Movies in every store you go into? Do you search the web for the trashiest films you can find? Do you have Monthly or even weekly movie parties to watch Films like "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes 1-4" and others of its like? Well then this is the movie you've been looking for! This very low budget film has it all: Campy script, Campy acting, and Campy laughs... It even has a couple of musical numbers! Listed as a "Campy Horror/Musical", this film meets the mark for everything you expect. Though I'd have to argue with the "Musical" part as there are only about 3 musical numbers. The film opens up with black & white section that leads you through the opening of the film and a bit of plot explanation that goes way back into the past, and in the past it is films as a "Silent Movie" with the old style music and flash cards to read what you can hear is being said - which I think is an very original way of doing a flash to the past. Not only flash into the past script wise, but filming style as well. Unfortunately I think that the flash into the past silent movie part is a bit long and drags a bit, but it is a good section of the film none-the-less. After that section we get into full color and into the main part of the story - replete with Magic Lipstick, Magic Shoes, and the transformation of an ordinary actress who gets turned into the extraordinary Trasharella (Who keeps falling out of her outfit, and even comments on that very point.) I have found that most people who try to make a campy film on purpose tend to fail miserably and just make a film that should have been burned before anyone even saw it... But this film hits the mark and has earned a place of honor in my collection. This film has it all for any B-Movie, Campy Film lover in the world! Don't take my word for it, go out and get yourself a copy and see for yourself. You'll love it!
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By Schmuck on November 21, 2010
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First off... I didn't know a Barbie Doll could be a leathal weapon.... The plot was a little hard to follow and it was plain boring. Some great topless and suggestive shots. If you want to see some skimpy outfits with creative camera angles, this is for you. I think the only thing that saves this movie or makes it worth a couple bucks is the topless shots.
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This is a great little B movie...Really enjoyed the full on cheesiness.lol...
I truly recommend this to all you B movie fans.
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Are you the kind of person who seeks out the campy B-Movies in every store you go into? Do you search the web for the trashiest films you can find? Do you have Monthly or even weekly movie parties to watch Films like "Attack of the Killer Tomatoes 1-4" and others of its like? Well then this is the movie you've been looking for! This very low budget film has it all: Campy script, Campy acting, and Campy laughs... It even has a couple of musical numbers! Listed as a "Campy Horror/Musical", this film meets the mark for everything you expect. Though I'd have to argue with the "Musical" part as there are only about 3 musical numbers. The film opens up with black & white section that leads you through the opening of the film and a bit of plot explanation that goes way back into the past, and in the past it is films as a "Silent Movie" with the old style music and flash cards to read what you can hear is being said - which I think is an very original way of doing a flash to the past. Not only flash into the past script wise, but filming style as well. Unfortunately I think that the flash into the past silent movie part is a bit long and drags a bit, but it is a good section of the film none-the-less. After that section we get into full color and into the main part of the story - replete with Magic Lipstick, Magic Shoes, and the transformation of an ordinary actress who gets turned into the extraordinary Trasharella (Who keeps falling out of her outfit, and even comments on that very point.) I have found that most people who try to make a campy film on purpose tend to fail miserably and just make a film that should have been burned before anyone even saw it... But this film hits the mark and has earned a place of honor in my collection. This film has it all for any B-Movie, Campy Film lover in the world! Don't take my word for it, go out and get yourself a copy and see for yourself. You'll love it!
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