- Actors: Alex Reid, Cass Pennant, Carlton Leach, Dave Courtney, Roy Shaw
- Directors: Liam Galvin
- Format: PAL
- Language: English
- Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
- Number of discs: 1
- Classification: 18
- Studio: Kaleidoscope Entertainment
- DVD Release Date: 3 May 2010
- Run Time: 153 minutes
- Average Customer Review: 2.9 out of 5 stars See all reviews (44 customer reviews)
- ASIN: B0032X8UC2
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 17,832 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)
Killer Bitch [DVD]
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A woman is forced into a deadly game in which she has to kill five people or all her friends and family will be butchered. With extreme violence and red hot sex, it's a hard-edged lads' movie that takes no prisoners. Attacked by media worldwide as vile, sordid and ultra-violent; this now notorious British gangster film stars Yvette Rowland with cage fighter Alex Reid, former World Boxing Champion Robin Reid and the most True Crime legends ever caught on film, including Roy Shaw, Cass Pennant, Howard Marks, Jason Marriner, Carlton Leach, Dave Courtney and many more. Vile? Degrading? Sick? Porn? Now YOU can decide. DVD EXTRAS INCLUDE: The making of Killer Bitch / Interviews/ Trailers/ Gore Zone promo/Deleted scenes
Top Customer Reviews
This leads one to speculate as to whether the director was intentionally going for the "so bad, it's good" feel, with the cast deliberately dumbing down. Having said that, with the cast list being littered with porn stars, former football hoolies, celebrity gangsters, and the like, it's difficult to know whether ANY of the cast are, by profession, actually actors / actresses?
I'd guess that the only reason for anybody to check this out is the notoriety is gained on release (guilty as charged!) due to typically hysterical tabloid reaction......the "vile rape scene" ??........do me a favour!
The cap guns we used to use as kids sound 20 times more realistic than the shooters used in this pathetic piece of work .......and the dying scenes will have you in stitches !
I managed only about 45 excruciating minutes before I concluded "no maas" !
Film doesn't work on ANY level and I can't find a single redeeming feature........so I'm concluding that it's one giant p*ss take and I'm the sucker !
Just watch it become a Cult Classic in years to come !
(And who on earth is this supposedly "famous" Alex Reid ??)
Given that the producers had such a small budget, why didn't they use it intelligently. Films like Twelve Angry Men or Dead Man's Shoes could be made on a shoestring budget and still be very could. This film seems to want to appeal to the prestige to the hard-men in it, and trump up some sexy scenes (like I say, maybe sounded good at the idea stage, but the execution is abysmal).
Good, aspiring actors could have been brought in. They can still act as hard-men if that's the story you want to go with - here the producers/director have done it the wrong way around. they've/he's taken the real life hard-men and asked them to act as somebody else. It's like having Mike Tyson play the starring role in a film about Marvin Hagler - why wouldn't you just get a real actor?
The locations could have been kept 'tighter', even claustrophobic. Think of films that have been almost entirely set in a single location, but have still been decent (Reservoir Dogs, 12 Angry Men, Misery, Breakfast Club - Locke was filmed entirely in a car). Give it a good story, capable actors, and excellent dialogue and you might find you've got a good film on your hands.
I'm no expert, but I hope the director/producers play to their strengths next time, and not just try to wheel out as many 'big names' as possible for the sake of it.
The main female character is possibly the worst actress ever, everyone seems like they are reading their lines for the first time off of the script and actually not one person in the film can act.
The camera work is like a 10 year old filmed it, the fight scenes are laughable, the story is terrible and it honestly can't get much worse than this.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I have been a fan of low budget British films for as long as I can remember. Yes the acting, locations, script etc isn't as polished as a Hollywood blockbuster but this cost less... Read morePublished 9 months ago by BonyTone
Having seen near enough every micro budget Brit crime film going within the past twenty years, i found Killer Bitch (or Killer Babe for its original title) to be the most... Read morePublished 10 months ago by DJM
The worst film i have ever seen, bar none. Terrible plot, very bad acting, irrelevent scenes, obscene, attrocious camera work. killer bitch has one redeemble quality, it's humor. Read morePublished 15 months ago by S.Earle
This is one of those films where it's so bad it's good, but not that good! It takes itself far too seriously, which probably makes it even funnier. Read morePublished on 1 April 2015 by Bob
A violent film but with bits of comedy that many will find a little un-nerving.
This must have been an absolute ball to make but a little unbelievable in places and so much... Read more
I've seen some bad films but this has got to be the worst by far......looks like somebody has used a camera phone to film it and it's just plain tacky...... Read morePublished on 5 Jun. 2013 by Lisa F