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Welcome to the Murderdrome. Shocks and gore in the high-octane world of roller derby, as a supernatural killer unleashes hell on the feisty female skaters in the world's coolest rollerdrome. Roller Derby sensation Cherry Skye loves nothing better than competing in her favorite sport. When Skye catches Brad's eye the sparks fly. Unfortunately, she also catches the attention of Brad's ex, her Roller Derby nemesis Hell Grazer. If that isn't bad enough, the heat generated by this romantic rivalry arouses a malevolent demon-spirit, hungry for human souls. Trapped between the wrath of Hell Grazer and damnation at the Gates of Hell, she has no option but to throw down and sort this mess out the only way she knows...on four small wheels.
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The film used professional roller derby women. The production wasn't well scripted with some of the best scenes being ad lib. The movie has a lot of music and bands and the DVD extras include videos by several bands. I enjoyed "The Dark Shadows" which showed a "Concrete Blonde" influence. The film had good scenes, but the plot was no where. I enjoyed the actors, unfortunately it was poorly directed/scripted. There is a commentary film which was a zoo as a half dozen people all speak at once...and Amber Sajben is far from the sweet innocent she plays in the film. I did like her costumes with the ears on the hoodie. In the outtakes, Daisy Masterman kept forgetting her lines, which I thought was odd with all the ad lib scenes.
This was the flat rink roller derby and not the wooden banked derby I grew up with. There were no arm locks, no sling shots, just women in hose and hot pants skating around in a circle with an occasional elbow and fall. While the film claims it is "cult" the 20 minute plot poorly stretched into a feature film didn't make it. Psych (as Cyndi Lawbreaker) a professional skater, did a great job acting.
Guide: F-word. Distant car sex, no nudity.
I would recommend this film to anyone interested in fun little horror film's or if you want an entertaining film to watch with some friends (possible with some shots as well).
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