Four sorority girls with large breasts hike into the wood with their guide Lunk to find out the true story behind the Bare Wench. Then they show off their chests following a mangled version...
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Totally mindless entertainment that works well as a spoof. However, when the absurdity of the whole thing starts coming into focus, you'll be rolling on the floor laughing like my friends ... See full summary »
In November of 1999, three college students entered the woods of Bacchusville, New Jersey, in search of a terrifying supernatural entity with the power to seduce even the most inhibited - The Bare Witch.
Four sorority girls with large breasts hike into the wood with their guide Lunk to find out the true story behind the Bare Wench. Then they show off their chests following a mangled version of the Blair Witch storyline. Written by
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[first title card]
In October of 1998, four sorority sisters disappeared in the woods near Bareasseville, Delaware while shooting a documentary. A week later their footage was found.
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This is one of the coolest movies ever! A direct parody of the hit film BLAIR WITCH PROJECT, it's everything that sorry sack wished it could've been. Definitely a more satisfying movie-watching experience, WENCH was shot on videotape and features B-movie actresses Julie K. Smith, Nikki Fritz, Julie Strain, Antonia Dorian and Lorissa McComas. Not only does this movie look and feel just like the original (there was no script or budget), but several of the scenes are duplicated exactly, from beginning to end. It's well-acted and believable, eye-poppingly sexy, and is truly funny. I give props to everyone who was in this, they were awesome. You will be astonished at what director Jim Wynorski achieved just using flashlights and silicone. People that think these ladies can't act will find themselves sorely mistaken, as their improvisational abilities are just as good as those of the original cast. For anyone who saw BLAIR WITCH PROJECT and felt somewhat let down, BARE WENCH will undoubtedly lift your spirits.
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