There is a dark sect in the fight against evil - an elite underground organization of unorthodox secret preacher agents who get down for a higher power! Foxxy Madonna is a butt-kicking, chain-smoking preacher chick with a small arsenal, a bad attitude, and a mysteriously powerful "crucifist." And she's gonna need em all as she's about to embark on her most dangerous mission yet! The notorious Black Death is about to unleash a virus of Biblical proportions upon the world. And it's up to the foxxiest of heroes to stop him. Whether it's preventing the plague to end humanity, burning a demoniacally possessed guy to death, or dueling fisticuffs with a chalkboard-wielding psychopath, Foxxy Madonna is up to the challenge! Written by
I'm so glad I caught Foxxy Madonna when it was available online. Jakob Bilinski is a talented up and coming writer/producer/director that's not a force to be reckoned with when it comes to making movies. Shot entirely in 48-hours, Bilinski takes us back to the days of 70s-esque action-flicks pitting a spy (Foxxy Madonna) against a ruthless villain named The Black Death in a shoot 'em up war that'll keep you on the edge of your seat! A terrific cast, a good location, and a killer soundtrack featuring indie rap group Cream of the Crop, one can only wonder why Foxxy Madonna vs. The Black Death wasn't a winner at the 48-Hour Film Festival (which it was shot for). It has action, hot women, good music, and creative characters (my favorite is a villain who's mute but uses a chalkboard to speak). Stay tuned after the credits for a bonus scene that adds twist to the story. When it comes to Foxxy, one can only hope for a sequel or a feature film to develop. :)
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