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Six Hot Chicks in a Warehouse (2017)

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A body conscious photographer, Adrian, concocts a scenario in which he attempts to project his insecurities onto those who mock him. Hired by Adrian, his professed muse Mira and five other ... See full summary »

Director:

Simon Edwards (as Simon P. Edwards)

Writers:

Kim Dyer (Pump n' Gro Commercial), Simon Edwards (as Simon P. Edwards) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jessica Messenger ... Mira
Oliver Malam ... Adrian
Sabine Crossen ... Ana
Jade Wallis Jade Wallis ... Sera
Max Rudd ... Liam
Emma Lock Emma Lock ... April
Elesha Thorn Elesha Thorn ... Alice
Raluca-Sandra Moore ... Jane (as Sandra Huzuneanu)
Holly Springett Holly Springett ... Joey
Samantha Elliott Brody Samantha Elliott Brody ... Claire
Chloe Toy ... Cassie
André Van Driessche ... Male Pump N' Gro Speaker (voice)
Diana Prince ... Female Pump N' Gro Speaker (voice)
Kris Smith ... Ryan
Michael Hill Michael Hill ... Thug with beanie hat
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A body conscious photographer, Adrian, concocts a scenario in which he attempts to project his insecurities onto those who mock him. Hired by Adrian, his professed muse Mira and five other girls begin to question who is using who when it becomes clear that the not so normal mind of the photographer himself isn't all the girls have to worry about. Written by Anonymous

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A Bloody Knockout.

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Action | Comedy | Horror

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The incredibly ambitious shooting schedule for the entire film came in at just under 3 weeks in total. See more »

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It does exactly what it says on the tin...
3 December 2017 | by Bruce-DuthieSee all my reviews

Reviewing Hollywood blockbusters is easy but to review lower budget films particularly those made by small independents is harder. This film is everything (and nothing)like any grind house style of film I have ever seen. It is original - genuinely so - so at first you never know who has the upper hand - the girls or their adversaries. The performances are believable and the set up all too plausible...possibly the scariest thing apart from the twist at the end...What you get is a film that draws you slowly in - getting to see the world from all the protagonists point of view. The fact that such a small budget has even allowed for aerial shots must be commended and is no mean feat. The violence is brutal due to it's realism and had this reviewer whincing and looking away from the screen at one point. Not one for the squeamish but very refreshing in an age of endless sequels and remakes. Recommended.


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UK

Language:

English

Release Date:

10 December 2017 (UK) See more »

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Budget:

$90,000 (estimated)
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2.35 : 1
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