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Devil Girls (1999)

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The plot concerns a fearsome gang of teenage girls called "The Chicks" and their attempts at drug smuggling. Violence, disobedience, and deadly games of "chicken" eventually lead to an ... See full summary »

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John Badalamenti ... Deputy Klein
Stefanie Caterer ... Babs (as Fanny Madison)
Arlene Cooney ... Miss Kathy O'Hara
Mike Cooney ... Lark
... Lila
Katie Dugan ... Rhoda
Rob Gorden ... Criswell
Victor Granata ... Lonnie
... Reverend Steele
Paul Hoffman ... Buck Rhodes
Lobo ... Himself
Jody-Ann Martin ... Dee
Kristin Palker ... Blond Vixen / Good Girl
Andy Wibbels ... Principal Carter
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The plot concerns a fearsome gang of teenage girls called "The Chicks" and their attempts at drug smuggling. Violence, disobedience, and deadly games of "chicken" eventually lead to an insane climax on a boat as the guilty parties get what they deserve thanks to the diligent police work of hard-drinking Sheriff "Buck" Rhodes and crime fighting clergyman Reverend Steele Written by Gary Ignotofsky

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David C. Hayes was not present for any of the shoot. For his scenes, the other actors spoke to a stand-in. Hayes was then filmed separately delivering all of his lines and edited into the final film later as cut-aways. See more »

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Hard to find Underground Film from an Ed Wood Jr Novel
25 September 2006 | by See all my reviews

I have not read Ed Wood's novel DEVIL GIRLS so I can not say how close this film is to the book. It is a lot like Wood's girl gang film THE VOILENT YEARS.

The film in style tries too hard to look like a bad Ed Wood production. Camera/computer tricks were used to make the footage look under/over exposed and other video filters to were used to make the video feature look like a beat up old movie print.

The film's actors got the B movie style of acting down pretty well.

The actor playing the preacher had his scenes shot at a different time from the other actors and is crudely edited into the movie. He is never in the same scene with any of the other actors even when they are talking to each other.

As far as I know the director sold/gave away video tapes of this film for only a short time back when it was made. I saw the movie on what seems to be a homemade DVD print.


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