In addition to the usual reviews and comments you would find on a horror movie blog, this is also a document of the wonderfully vast horror movie section of the video store I worked at in my youth.

Tuesday, September 15, 2009

Bitch Slapped!


Last night was the premiere of Bitch Slap, which as you can imagine I was pretty excited for. And why not?


So, usually I would give you a review, but I think the copy on the back of the postcards above sums up this ditty better than I ever could.

"3 Bad Girls, 1 Desert, 1 Supercharged Thunderbird, 1,473 Exotic Weapons, 1 Ruthless Crimelord, $206 Million in Stolen Goods, A Cop Who May Not Be A Cop, Hundreds More Cops who are Cops (Maybe...), 317 Mercenaries, A Pair Of Mentally-Challenged Contract Killers, 1 Device That Could Snuff Out Life On Earth, Impromptu Wet T-Shirt Spectaculars, Existential String Theory, Several Pairs of "Pouty Puss" Underwear, Girl on Girl... On Girl... On Girl Fighting, Nasty Nuns, Circus Freaks, A Sword-Wielding Psychopath, Elvis Impersonators, 1 Creepy Pre-Schooler, Hot Women In Bars, Hotter Women Behind Bars, 4 Psychotropic Drug Trips, A Cavalcade of Horny Strippers, Ferrari vs. Porsche vs. Yugo, Deadly Sex Toys, Feral Feminists in G-Strings, Savage Bikini Waxing, One Badass Hearse, The Department Of Homeland Security, Vegas Porn Stars, A Spirited Round of Honduran Snuff Sex, Intercontinental Intrigue, Death and Dismemberment, Celebrity Cameos, One Pissed Off Midget, The Greatest Chick Fight in Cinema History, Generous Scoops of Mouth-Watering Female Flesh, More Cleavage than you can Shake a Stick At and Kidney-Rattling Erotic Displays of Carnal Prowess Heretofore Unimagined...

I don't know about you, but I want a piece of that!"

Hells yeah! Here's some more pics from the night.

The cast of Bitch Slap!

Bad Girls Julia Voth (Trixie), Erin Cummings (Hel) & Ameríca Olivo (Camero).

Minae Noji (Kinky).

Stunt Coordinator Zoe Bell.

Speaking of Ms. Bell, I totally froze up while standing in front of her outside the theatre afterwards. I just couldn't make any words come out of my mouth. I'm thinking,

'just stick out your hand and say hi! Tell her she was awesome in Angel of Death, or that Gamer would have been way better if she was in it for more than five minutes. Hell, just tell her that stunt in Death Proof was cool. Just say something! ANYTHING!'

I didn't. I guess that's what they call being starstruck. Oh well. I have another big day today, with two horror flicks (The Loved Ones and [REC] 2) on the docket, so check back soon.

2 comments:

Matt said...

Dude, I completely envy your ability to attend all of these awesome festivals.

Heather Santrous said...

I second that Matt.