Mitzi @ the Movies
- Mitzi J. Johnson
Hidey ho, and ho and well, ho some more. I am now happily back to my work out routine after the "I ate way too many Christmas cookies and laid around and did nothing " holiday season I had. My clothes were getting a bit too tight for my taste. I am not sure why I am telling you this. Somehow, perhaps I feel as though, you may understand and actually have just completed your workout routine. Who knows? K, this next film was, hmmm, what is the word? RAW, yes, that's it. Very RAW, can't beat that, huh?
JENNA JAMESON, ROBERT ENGLUND, ROXY SAINT, JOEY MEDINA, SHAMRON MOORE, PENNY DRAKE, TITO ORTIZ, JENNIFER HOLLAND, JOHN HAWKES, JEANNETTE SOUSA, WHITNEY ANDERSON, CARMIT LEVITE
Color; interactive menus; scene access; making-of featurette; audio commentary; director's commentary; deleted scenes; additional featurette; behind-the -scenes featurette.
Widescreen Anamorphic 2.35:1
Language and Sound:
English: Dolby Digital 5.1
French: Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround
Original Release Date:
Well, the title of this film speaks for itself. You got ZOMBIE STRIPPERS!! Need I say more? I didn't really get what happened in the beginning there was a lot going on and I got distracted. Something to do with the government and of course some deadly virus gets out of control. An escape zombie ends up at a strip club and well, the rest, is the movie, of course. JENNA JAMESON is simply, FIERCE as the "star" dancer who turns zombie. I was amazed at her ability to transform into a gruesome, yucky monster with great line delivery. She can also dance! ROBERT ENGLUND aka FREDDY KRUEGER is perfectly cast as the sleazy strip club owner. The rest of the cast is great and there is quite a bit of witty dialogue between the actors. The script is okay. It could have been better. The special effects are what it is all about. For those of you who love Zombie films, you won't be disappointed. I loved how the strippers got grosser and grosser as they decayed. As to be expected lots and lots of fake boobs, g-strings, fab pole dancing and rotting flesh. Not one of the greatest movies of all time but for its genre really not bad. I laughed and gagged and was amazed. Hey. That's entertainment!
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