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They're young. They're in love. They kill men.
A lesbian couple support themselves by picking up guys with money and blowing them away. They yearn for a more normal life... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Nina Angeloff ... Wanda
Lori Scarlett ... Pearle
Marc Andreyko ... Tom
Shawna Baer ... Radio Announcer (voice)
Cliff Bailey ... Worker #1
J.R. Bookwalter ... Dream Father
Channon Booth ... Audience Member
Edward Brown Jr. ... Little Patrick
Bob Earley ... Doctor
Kande Floyd ... Nurse
Shawn Hayden ... Todd
Ian Maclennan ... Howard
Tom Pettis ... Carl
Chris Seiler ... Worker #2
Sara Showman ... Lulu
Dale Van Neill ... Actor
Mark Wilt ... Gil

Tim Redmond ... Extra
Julia Van Vliet ... Extra
Joe Wack ... Extra

Directed by
Mark Steven Bosko 
Wayne Alan Harold 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Wayne Alan Harold 

Produced by
Mark Steven Bosko .... producer
Original Music by
Sean Carlin 
Matt Patterson 
Cinematography by
Mark Steven Bosko 
Alan Stevens 
Film Editing by
Wayne Alan Harold 
Dick Myers 
Makeup Department
T. Michael Conway .... special makeup effects artist
Deborah Mallory .... hair stylist
Claire Townsend .... makeup artist
Art Department
Lance Kittel .... set designer
Sound Department
Calvin Gates .... boom operator
Shawn Hayden .... sound recordist (as Shawn Neil Hayden)
Camera and Electrical Department
Ken Babbit .... stills
James W. Larkin III .... grip (as James Larkin)
Neal Perry .... gaffer
Other crew
Linda Doane .... production assistant
J.R. Bookwalter .... special thanks
Bob Earley .... special thanks: B.C.'s Bus Stop
Coy G. Harold .... special thanks (as Coy Harold)
Robert Hayden .... special thanks
A. Roger Tsai .... special thanks

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69 min


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Intensely horrible!, 5 December 2009
Author: sonya90028 from United States

This movie was so incredible bad, that I couldn't watch the whole thing. This film was created by a man, and and it shows. The two main characters in this movie, embody virtually every straight male fantasy/fear, that they have about lesbians, and women in general.

Many if not most hetero men, think that women are dangerous, and that they should be very wary of them. And if a woman is also vulgar, foul-mouthed, sexually insatiable, and bisexual rather than exclusively lesbian, then she's every straight man's wet dream. The two women in this film, fit the criteria listed above, to an absolute 't'.

These two women truly are dangerous, because they make a sport of killing men in cold blood. In real life, women who murder men, generally do so in self defense. These women genuinely hate men, which they constantly convey in their brutally offensive language, whenever they refer to them. You have to wonder though, why they want to sleep with men for money, sport, and as sperm donors, since they despise men so much.

Best to skip this turkey of a film, and see movies that have realistic, human, and likable lesbian characters instead.

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