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Rock and Roll Mobster Girls (1988)

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In Seattle during the 1980s "grunge rock" phase, an all-female band called The Doll Squad is finding it increasingly difficult to get work, and they are soon reduced to scavenging food from... See full summary »

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John Black ...
Aaron von Hochberg
Robert Gus Blue ...
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The Doll Squad ...
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Helen Halloran ...
Lynx Lapaz
Fred Hopkins ...
Bruno Multrock
Scott McCaughey
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In Seattle during the 1980s "grunge rock" phase, an all-female band called The Doll Squad is finding it increasingly difficult to get work, and they are soon reduced to scavenging food from dumpsters outside of restaurants. Frustrated with their stalled career, they decide to sign with a shady local promoter, Bruno Multrock in hopes that he will be able to get them the exposure they need. What they don't know is that Bruno is actually a psychotic murderer who enjoying butchering people and keeps his brother's decapitated head with him so he can talk to it. Written by frankfob2@yahoo.com

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A fun cult flick
15 August 2002 | by (Kingman, Arizona) – See all my reviews

I saw this in double feature with Back Street Jane, R & R Mobster Girls providing somewhat comic relief after the sinister evil of Jane. My viewing was marred by poor film quality, and I had expected a more flamboyant tongue-in-cheek rock-scene exuberance than this film provides. I personally found it fun - I like Seattle independents - but tentative, as though much was ad-libbed as shot, i.e., as though lacking a well-planned script and story board - or haunted by actors, et al., who wanted constantly to change things.

Again, this is a fun and somewhat light independent cult film - the kind often difficult to locate. For my viewing I can thank Facets Video in Chicago.


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