It's a cruel world. In Neon City, 3 young women (Scorpio's Girls) must fight for the only thing their murdered father Scorpio left them, their body shop. Von Drago, the evil mastermind of ...
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It's a cruel world. In Neon City, 3 young women (Scorpio's Girls) must fight for the only thing their murdered father Scorpio left them, their body shop. Von Drago, the evil mastermind of Neon City, and leader of the H.O.E.s (Heads of Evil) has a grand plan for one stop criminal shopping, the Von Drago casino. There's only one problem. He must first get the body shop from the girls, and they're not selling. Written by
Girls Gone Gangsta is a wild, wacky, and creative ride. There is plenty of eye candy including hot chicks, excessive violent outbursts and the like. No duh! That's what you signed up for with this film, but you get more. Unlike some cult favorite exploitation films of the past, this film is never dull. It is balls out my friend! There are some stand out improv performances by John Goodman, and Chris Fontana as well. It is refreshing to see a little film that knows when to kick it up a notch. I think this film delivers a FUN bouncy and bloody ride. So if you are a fan of stuff like pinkie violence, and Grindhouse fare you should give this a shot.
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