The Tough Titty is a strip club that's seen better days. Spider has been losing money on his business for years. Now it's finally getting the traffic he's always wanted... unfortunately, most of his patrons are undead.
Don and Lester are racing favorite Dale Earnhardt Jr.'s two biggest fans. They're on a mission to 'raise' Junior's status beyond just NASCAR famous, to world wide famous, thus making the world a better place.
It's the closing night at the last drive-in theatre in America, and manager, Cecil Kaufman's planned to show 4 movies; films so rare, they've never been exhibited publicly on American soil, until tonight.
A drug experiment gone wrong produces a league of blood-thirsty zombies. It is up to a small band of exotic dancers trapped in a gentleman's club to fight back. Together they must rely on ... See full summary »
The Queen of Adult film's herself, Jenna Jameson, parties in Miami, Philadelphia and in the Hamptons. She meets with her wild friend Jill Kelly along the way while she parties the night ... See full summary »
In the not too distant future a secret government re-animation chemo-virus gets released into conservative Sartre, Nebraska and lands in an underground strip club. As the virus begins to spread, turning the strippers into "Super Zombie Strippers" the girls struggle with whether or not to conform to the new "fad" even if it means there's no turning back.Written by
During the first zombie stripper dance, the crowd at the end of the runway changes drastically between close-ups and long shots. See more »
Kid, it takes more than desperation to get out there on that stage. You either got it or you don't, baby.
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The German cut version (with a "Not under 18" rating from the FSK) removes much of the violence. Additionally many of Jenna Jameson's nude shots are replaced with shots from different/wider angels (so this version is probably the R-rated US version as such shots are generally of little concern to German censors). See more »
I thought of giving it a higher mark because the moments that work do work extremely well. Problem is is that sometimes it's hard to tell why we are laughing. One moment it seems like the filmmaker is not in on the joke but then along come moments so blatantly outrageous with cues (such as music or the way something is framed) that make one thing the filmmaker is aware of the tone of a scene and how the acting and the comedy and the horror, etc. are working. In any case the shifts in tone were a little hard to get used to. The gore is sometimes very delicious and creative with attention paid to fans of organic gore. Sometimes it looks plain old cheesy, bad CGI style gore. The acting is overall good, even when over the top. However for my taste no matter how aware they were of their own "bad" performances I think the movie could have benefited from a lot less "Look at my bad performance wink wink" acting and more of the playing-it-straight acting (believe it or not Jenna Jameson is one of the more successful at keeping this in mind). Robert Englund strikes just the right balance between over-the-top and playing it straight, he stops shy of taking it too far. O yea and although not really partial in that hormonal way to T & A I must admit what the movie offers is sure to please. The dancing is fun to watch in the first section and bizarre and hilarious in the second (I refuse to spoil).
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