Deadgirl is a movie that came out of nowhere. When I first saw it a few months ago, I honestly didn't know what to think of it and no one seemed to know anything about it. I also had to keep reminding myself that it was American. This is the kind of thing I would expect from the Japanese, or maybe one of Europe's more unhinged filmmakers, but the United States?!. The film was very weird and quite original, definetely not the type of mainstream horror that appears regularly on the shelves. Ricky (Shiloh Fernandez) and JT (Noah Segan) are two slackers, who one day while skipping class, decide to hang out in a local abandoned insane asylum. While investigating the basement, they come across the body of a naked girl, chained down to a table. On further inspection, they realize she is alive! Ricky immediately says they should call the cops, but JT has other ideas. JT decides that they should keep her and use her as a sex slave. The problem is that the woman can't be killed and she is the living dead, there is also the problem of her infecting others as you will see in the film as the results were quite sick. First of all I really enjoyed "Deadgirl". The film is quite controversial when it comes to its dark necrophiliac subject matter but it was also a different type of film which I haven't seen before. There are some moments of gore and violence and a seriously twisted climax. The moral ambivalence of the film is actually the most disturbing thing about it. The main performances of Shiloh Fernandez and Noah Segan are very strong and my highest respect goes to Jenny Spain, who spends nearly every scene she is in naked and tormented.Fans of extreme cinema will no doubt enjoy "Deadgirl" while others should probably avoid this sick, twisted and highly amusing film.