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Apartheid Slave-Women's Justice (1997)

R | | Drama | 2008 (USA)
After a slave uprising, 10 black mistresses of a white landowner decide to capture their master after he refuses to turn over his ill-gained wealth.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jennifer Dove ...
Queen-Mistress Wateesah
Rachel Powell ...
Butra - the Prosecutor
Ted V. Mikels ...
Sandra Young ...
Zia Bruner
Helen Sellers ...
Delvera Spears ...
Viola Brown ...
Starlita Burton ...
Beverly Spears ...
Suyen Mosely ...
Patrease Ashley ...
Imposter Sister Mary Ellen
Helen Baker ...
Landowner's Wife
Billy André ...
Limo Driver
Leavon Smith ...
Military Commander


In a small African country a civil war has resulted in the end of Apartheid, and former slaves are given possession of their masters' property. They are also authorized to hold trials of the former oppressors, bringing charges, judging them and meting out punishment. One landowner refuses to leave, and his former maid and nine other women who were his slaves hold a trial, torturing him and sentencing him to death by "stomping", which they carry out wearing the high heel shoes once owned by his wife (who fled while the getting was good). Written by Larry Cohn

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Proof that "Plan 9" is NOT the worst movie ever made!
13 February 2012 | by (Bradenton, Florida) – See all my reviews

I am a bad movie junkie. Although I have reviewed thousands of foreign language and art films, I also have reviewed a lot of horrible films--and in most cases, this was intentional. It all began with me reading "The Fifty Worst Movies of All Time" (Harry Medved) and I decided to watch all 50--which I finally completed recently. And, because I'd reached that milestone, I decided to try to watch as many of IMDb's Bottom 100 as I could--and at this point I have seen every one available. In the process, I discovered the films of Ted Mikels--who might just be the worst filmmaker in history. While he has LOTS of competition from the likes of Larry Buchanan, William Grefe, Al Adamson and Ray Dennis Steckler, with "Apartheid Slave-Women's Justice" Mikels proves that he might just be the worst filmmaker in history--light-years worse than the much heralded king of bad films, Ed Wood.

Ted Mikels has managed to do something rather unique. While some bad movie makers slowly got better and better (Arch Hall, Sr. is a great example), Mikels films only got worse and worse. His first movie, "Strike Me Deadly" was not that bad--especially with his bare-bones budget. However, over the years the films got worse and worse and cheaper and cheaper. Here in "Apartheird Slave-Women's Justice", it can't get any cheaper. The film is created using what looks like a home video camera and almost all the film occurs in what appears to be Mikel's basement!! And, instead of hiring real actors for the lead, Mikels himself stars in this amazingly inept pile of dung! Yes, a home movie camera, himself in the lead and a bunch of untrained and untalented ladies and he made himself a movie! The film is set in a fictional country much like South Africa or Rhodesia. The white-controlled government has been overthrown and throughout the country little impromptu kangaroo courts are occurring in which the old slave masters are getting their comeuppance. In this case, the nasty, fat and foul-mouthed Mikels it tried by a group of ladies I assume he recruited in a local mall. They cannot read their lines with any conviction whatsoever and it just goes on and on and on until ultimately they kick him to death--and that's the entire movie!!! Nothing more to it than this--and I am not kidding when I say that the average middle school kid could do at least as well--and they hadn't already made a dozen films!!! It seems Mikels learned not one freakin' thing in all those intervening years. I am serious when I say that it makes "Robot Monster" and "Plan 9" look like Oscar-contenders in comparison!! Yes, it's that horrible.

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