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Bordello Death Tales (2009)

Not Rated | | Horror | 15 May 2009 (UK)
Three horrifically gory tales - Stitchgirl, The Ripper and Vice Day.


James Eaves (as Jim Eaves), Pat Higgins | 1 more credit »


James Eaves (segment) (as Jim Eaves), Pat Higgins (segment) | 1 more credit »


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Credited cast:
Stuart Gregory Stuart Gregory ... Graham aka The Ripper
Faye Baker Faye Baker ... Lily aka The Ripper
Nick Rendell Nick Rendell ... Mitchell
Natalie Milner Natalie Milner ... Madame Raven
Julian Lamoral-Roberts Julian Lamoral-Roberts ... Dr. Whale
Eleanor James ... Stitchgirl
The Actionettes The Actionettes
Danielle Laws Danielle Laws ... Destiny
Cy Henty ... Daniel Cain
Tina Barnes ... Sharon
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Sam Dacombe Sam Dacombe ... Clown Victim 1
Harold Gasnier ... Clown Assassin


Three horrifically gory tales - Stitchgirl, The Ripper and Vice Day.

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15 May 2009 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Bordello of Blood Death Tales See more »


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€100,000 (estimated)
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1.85 : 1
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Followed by Angry Nazi Zombies (2012) See more »


Written by Eli Stone
Performed by Eli Stone
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a bit for everybody but also a bit weak except The Ripper
19 January 2012 | by trashgangSee all my reviews

There's been some promotion in the UK for this flick containing 3 stories. The reason is simple, 3 directors put their hands together to create something in the style of Creepshow. Jim Eaves made the first one.

Jim already made a few horrors but none that are well known. But I must say that his part, The Ripper, was the best of the 3 stories. The killer looked believable and the twist added in the story was also rather good. Sure, it's low budget but he disguised it with putting some comic style towards some killings. The red stuff do flows frequently and even some tits are shown here and there. The way it was edited made it a good short horror flick.

Alan Ronald directed Stitchgirl, a return to the black and white old Universal classics with a twist of course. Alan already was involved in Hellbride with Eleanor James who plays the main role here as the creature based on Frankenstein. Also in Hellbride was Danielle Laws and Cy Henty both involved in Bordello Death Tales. But this feature is just a bit of blah blah with suddenly some dancing of the creature with some girls. Eleanor was well casted, I knew her from other films and noticed her face back then, here they made use again of her looks especially her eyes. It's also the only feature without nudity.

The last entry was made by Pat Higgins. Also involved in Hellbride and KillerKiller. For me this short flick was a bit too long. It is also full of blah blah but it do had the most nudity, sadly the tits aren't the real stuff. Nevertheless, it's funny to see how she became a vixen just by adding sexy underwear and some make-up. There's a bit of red stuff but not to mention.

Further on the disc there are some fake trailers but again they are exaggerated, made in one day I guess. A bit of an ode to Alien and other classics, the gag reel do has a few laughing bits.

If the 3 stories would have been like The Ripper then this surely would be adored by the geeks but the lack of gore and red stuff makes it only worth for people who want to extract their collection. Maybe there's a bit for everybody, the Kleenex boys surely will have their work with Vice Day. Gore freaks will love The Ripper and those in for a strange story will dig Stitchgirl. But overall I think both directors had a lot of fun after all.

Gore 2/5 Nudity 2/5 Story 3/5 Effects 2/5 Comedy 0/5

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