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Bad Girls

USA 2021
produced by
Crystal Colligan, Christopher Bickel, Robin Hood III Dial (executive), Mark Corum (executive), Clark Giles (executive), Stephan Jensen (executive), Jehle Kae Phillips-Franke (executive), David Claiborn (executive) for Films Colacitta
directed by Christopher Bickel
starring Morgan Shaley Renew, Sanethia Dresch, Shelby Lois Guinn, Cleveland Langdale, Micah Peroulis, Shane Silman, Jonathan Benton, Mike Amason, Dove Dupree, Andrew Spencer, Lizzie Harris (= Lizzie Mears), Merritt Vann, Paul Talbot, Ryan Martel, Kenzie Veurink, Alexandria Overton, Katherine Elliott, Dustin Rucker, Jay Matheson, Parthenon John Minick, Christopher Rudd, Christopher Sutton, Christopher Bickel, Donell Garrett, Dwayne Brantley, Jonathan Ford, Justin'e Hatfield, Sean Rayford, John Gibson, Ashley Berendzen-Russell, Stanford Gardner, John Starino, Gareth Jarvis, Tripp Klimka, Lin Agullo, Lauren Andino, Kevin Jennings, Patti Davis, Gina Ercolini, Stephan Jensen, Mike Conway, Bradley J. Petit, Wes Shipman, David Wood, Rob Tansey, Jennifer Hill, Allen Bardin, Candice Dowson, Katherine Elliott, Aaron Blomberg, Lily Gasparik, Daniel Joseph Feldman, Shawn C. Phillips, Lindsay Hibbard, Alexandrea Niell, Matt Pickens, Terence Lee Cover
written by Shane Silman, Christopher Bickel, music by Matt Akers

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Strippers Val (Morgan Shaley Renew), Mitzi (Sanethia Dresch) and Carolyn (Shelby Lois Guinn) raid the very club they're working at when a drug deal's taking place, and get away with it, too, leaving behind a trail of blood. And on their way to the border, they just take what they need, meaning they rob gas stations and bars aplenty, and if they have to kill somebody to get whatever, so be it. Soon enough, they have the police on their trail, but special agents Cannon (Mike Amason) and McMurphy (Dove Dupree) always seem to be several cities behind the girls. Everything goes pretty well for the girls, too, until Val gets on a power high and insists to kidnap Bard Gainsworth (Cleveland Langdale), singer of her favourite band - not for ransom mind you, just to have fun with him. Even that goes well, and they make it South of the border and find an accomplice in Rusty (Jonathan Benton), clerk at the motel they're staying at. Heck even kidnapping a second rock singer (Micah Peroulis) - also for having fun with him - goes well, and the six of them have a wonderful drug-induced party. But soon Val is so overcome by stupid self confidence that she insists to kidnap yet another musician (Shane Silman), even if that means crossing the border Northwards again, back into the jurisdiction of the special agents - and even they aren't incapable enough to not follow the trail the girls leave behind ...


Inspired by Faster, Pussycat ... Kill! Kill! and any number of bad girls B movies from the 1950s through to the 90s, and it really lives up to its blueprints, delivering a trip that might be on the low budget side of things, but high on adrenaline, with penty of action and violence, sexy bits, flashes of comedy, and even a share of psychedelia, all held together by a pulpy storyline genre fans are sure to appreciate. Now sure, the film doesn't exactly break any new ground, but it's great at doing what it does, and thus a ton of fun to watch.


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