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Camelot is plunged into darkness after King Arthur dies. Now the reign of his cruel sorceress sister, Morgana, begins. Commanding three deadly dragons, she hunts the remaining Knights of the Round Table.
I caught this flick as part of a midnight marathon in Nashville. It's a great horror film that keeps the audience guessing and builds to an epic conclusion.
Alpha Girls really reminded me of movies like Carrie because much of the horror endured by the protagonists comes from within their social circle. There are the required number of blood and booby shots; but the sorority hazing made my skin crawl the most.
The performance by Nikki Bell as the sorority president is particularly memorable. Her cupie doll features betray the filth that spews out of her mouth. She has some of the nastiest lines and she delivers them with real hatred. I hated myself for loving her so much.
Ron Jeremy as a priest was fun but not the first time I've seen it done. Although, here it's not played for laughs. While I couldn't help smirking, I appreciated that the filmmakers didn't wink at the camera or anything so goofy. Instead, the story kept rolling and I was immediately re-immersed in the plot.
If you have a chance, I highly recommend Alpha Girls for fans of 80's slasher movies and indie horror films.
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