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Fred P. Watkins (writer)
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These guardians are no angels.
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Shy young high school girl joins a secretive vigilante group of female high school students called "The Sisterhood." | Add synopsis »
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Cast

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Tom Campitelli ... Det. Bill Griffin
Lisa-Gabrielle Greene ... Misty
Annette Gebron ... Molly Griffin
Karen Eppers ... Carol
Jennifer Winder ... Trudy
Allen Arkus ... Det. Johnson

Nancy Chartier ... Miss Jones
Thad Dougherty ... John Cain
Kim Mathis ... Jennifer

Candance Gosch ... Judy (as Candance Hancock)
Katrina Powers ... Janey
Renee Ritchie ... Laura Laurin
Amber Davis ... Young Misty
Larry Turner ... Preacher
Joey Cabibi ... Det. Mickey
Tiffany Vance ... Punk girl
Terry Dobson ... Misty's father
Sally Page Struck ... Misty's mother
Jaret P. Watkins ... Dead teenager
Thaine McVain ... Det. Roberts
David Howse ... Drug teenager
Tanawatana Subphamitra ... Karate instructor
Danny Whitley ... Misty's karate partner

Amy Acosta ... Rosie Galindo
Jim Hendricks ... Tommy
Ted Higginbotham ... Dr. Glazer
Neal Meltzer ... Mugger #1
John Swagerty ... Mugger #2
Renee Turner ... Preteen Misty
Candance Griffith ... Waitress
Stuart Wasser ... Bar stud
Ivy Pryce ... Rip
Don Aly ... Brown
Ray A.P. Anderson ... Minister
Keith Narducci ... Best man
Tammie White ... Bridesmaid
Cindy French ... Cheerleader
Angela L. Wilson ... Psychiatrist (as Angela Wilson)
Kenneth D. Eppers Jr. ... Coach
Julie Watkins ... Smith (dispatcher)
George Kipriotis ... Raxter's driver
Don Jacoby ... Drug guard
Jon Langione ... Raxter

Directed by
Fred P. Watkins 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Fred P. Watkins  writer

Produced by
James A. Sullivan .... producer
Fred P. Watkins .... producer
 
Original Music by
Scott Jacob Loehr 
 
Cinematography by
James A. Sullivan 
 
Film Editing by
James A. Sullivan 
 
Casting by
Don Aly 
 
Makeup Department
Liz Hurst .... hair stylist
Liz Hurst .... key makeup artist
Denna Moore .... hair stylist
Denna Moore .... makeup artist
 
Production Management
James A. Sullivan .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Don Aly .... second assistant director
James A. Sullivan .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Julie Watkins .... assistant property master
Shirlene Watkins .... property key
 
Sound Department
Edwin Blaylock .... boom operator
David O. Daniel .... sound mixer
Gary French .... foley editor
Gary French .... re-recording mixer
Darrell Henke .... sound mixer
Lance Hoffman .... sound mixer
Olfert Kempff .... post-production audio assistant
 
Special Effects by
Jack Bennett .... special effects
 
Stunts
Allen Arkus .... stunts
Grady Allen Bishop .... stunt coordinator
Toni Sawyer .... stunts
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Joey Cabibi .... electrician
Robert Dracup .... gaffer
David Guerra .... assistant camera
Brad Holder .... grip
David Howse .... grip
Jake Jacoby .... best boy gaffer
West Mayo .... best boy grip
Glenn Sullivan .... camera operator
Jaret P. Watkins .... key grip
 
Casting Department
Susan Woody .... extras casting
 
Location Management
Don White .... location manager
 
Music Department
Gary French .... music editor
 
Transportation Department
Paul Watkins .... driver
 
Other crew
Lonnie Ramati .... production business affairs (uncredited)
 

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98 min | Canada:97 min
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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
Direct-to-video trash, Texas-style, 2 January 2012
Author: ofumalow from United States

This regional exploitation movie doesn't have enough verve to be among the great camp "girl gang" movies like "Switchblade Sisters," "Teenage Doll" etc., but the mile-wide Texas accidents, big hair, amateur performances, silly plotting, and so forth are enough to amuse if you're into bad low-grade 1980s genre films. (I know this movie is dated 1993, but either it sat on the shelf a few years, or Texas was a few years behind the times--it's sooooo Eighties, from the fashions to the synthpop and everything else.)

A secret group of high school girls called "The Sisterhood" wreaks revenge on "bad" people-- jock rapists, campus drug dealers, yes, but also seemingly other girls who merely flirt with their boyfriends. They draft a new member who, unbeknownst to them, is a split-personality rageaholic screwed up from being sexually abused by her evangelical father. Meanwhile an undercover cop posing as a punk schoolgirl arranges a big drug purchase in order to have a police sting. Since she's convinced everyone she's a real skank, she's at risk of attracting unwanted attention from our unhinged avenger.

"Brutal Fury" feels sleazy enough that you might not realize until it's over that unlike pretty much every other movie of its type ever made, there's no nudity. (I don't remembert any cursing, either.) It's clumsy and silly and ineptly paced, but it has some hapless charm. It would have made a good Mystery Science Theatre episode.

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