A lesbian rock band sets off on a road trip to a battle of the bands in the big city. A mysterious billionaire with an army of ninjas, cyborgs and roller derby girls is doing everything to ...
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One week has passed since Redfoo and Sky Blu have become shuffling zombies. Little do they know, there are still true dangers that lurk in this world. In search of the ultimate shuffling party, they now travel from dusk til dawn.
Through a spammed website, Teryi wins a trip to Hawaii and gets dragged into wild scenarios such as shark fights and interrogations, all on a useless mission to find out why there was a ball in her hotel room.
A lesbian rock band sets off on a road trip to a battle of the bands in the big city. A mysterious billionaire with an army of ninjas, cyborgs and roller derby girls is doing everything to stop them. Their journey is a whacky adventure filled with motorcycle gangs, prison riots and flamboyant musical numbersWritten by
This so-called movie was first intended to be released by Troma, but of some reason it never happened. Because it is a flick without any blood and gore, or because it is aimed for a purely queer and gay public? Both, I think. "Dyke Hard" had no potential even for Troma. Here are some lame action and fighting scenes, but not one single drop of blood.
Can it appeal to a queer/gay public? I doubt that, too. The movie is a complete mess where almost nothing hit the right note, and it excuse itself with the tiresome attitude "intentionally bad -- and that's the fun guys!" But this cliché in modern B-movies only works if the viewer understand that the movie is made by people who play under their real ability. It is all too easy to make intentionally bad flicks, only because the movie makers are afraid they should not be good enough, if they tried to make something good.
The musical scenes are often OK, and the songs are often catchy. Probably you can see them on Youtube soon, and then you don't need to see the whole movie.
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