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Blood Orgy of the Leather Girls (1988)

Gang of women wreak havoc in the city and kill various men who treat women bad. Not entirely for this reason and sometimes just for fun.

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Meredith Lucas
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Phillip Silverstein Phillip Silverstein ... Inspector Morton
Simoone Margolis Simoone Margolis ... Dorothea
Melissa Lawrence Melissa Lawrence ... Rawhide
Jo Ann Wyman Jo Ann Wyman ... Fleabrain
Robin Gingold Robin Gingold ... Sarah
Dale Soules ... Teacher
Gary Basset Gary Basset ... Key Club Member
Joel Brockman Joel Brockman ... Key Club Member
Sven-Erik Geddes ... Lenny Rice
Elvira Schwartzomza Elvira Schwartzomza ... Dancer / Goddess
Tom Burg Tom Burg ... Security Guard
Owen Maerks Owen Maerks ... Dr. Heinz Hremhold
Henry S. Rosenthal ... Policeman / Ninja Student
Anthony Gnazzo Anthony Gnazzo ... Brother Dominic
Andrew Pavis Andrew Pavis ... Ricky Bell
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Gang of women wreak havoc in the city and kill various men who treat women bad. Not entirely for this reason and sometimes just for fun.

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Very mixed feelings about this film
3 July 2003 | by vandwedgeSee all my reviews

OK, where to begin....

First of all, this is obviously not a "good" movie, at least in the classical sense of the word. The editing, plot progression, narrative style, acting, and screenplay are all incredibly lacking. Meredith Lucas' lack of directorial experience is very clear in these areas.

However, I still found the film to be very enjoyable. The cast is fantastic, the soundtrack is amazing, and the photography is much better than one would expect from such a low-budget venture. And if you watch this as a b-movie rather than a serious artistic piece, it's actually quite funny.

Ultimately, this is a great example of a film that just didn't live up to its potential. It could have been enormously helped by removing a few scenes, re-editing a few existing ones, and making more dialogue to make the plot less narration-reliant. It also could have benefitted from an acting coach, although I suppose the bungled lines just add to its kitschy charm....

Anyway, in spite of its many faults, this is still a very enjoyable film, provided you watch it in the right mindset.


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