A terrifying, modern adaptation of Shakespeare's Macbeth set in Scotland, CA. Scorning the mediocrity of their mundane lives, John and Jane Macbeth carry out a horrific plan to make the American dream a reality.
When a group of sorority girls is threatened with eviction from their house, they launch a daring plan to turn it into a strip club. To succeed, they will have to defeat the university, rival sororities, and their boyfriends in this racy, sexy comedy.
I give this a good rating because I take it for what it is. Its a small, indie film in the horror/slasher genre. For what it was, I really enjoyed it. Jessica Sonneborn is one of Hollywood's best kept secrets. She is so beautiful and talented, I'm not sure why we haven't seen her on the big screen yet.
The story moved along well, the gore and effects were well done and the photography was also well done for being low budget. The acting over all was decent and no horror actress can be tortured or killed any better than Mel Heflin. I've never seen an actress put her heart and soul into death scenes the way she does and it shows each time.
So if you're expecting a new Halloween or Texas Chainsaw sized film, you probably won't care for this. If you enjoy indie horror and like seeing a group of actors having fun while making something really gory and crazy, then this is up your alley.
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