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Strippers vs Werewolves [Blu-ray]
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At the Silvadollaz strip club, a stripper named Justice performs a private lap dance for Mickey, a man who violates the no-touching policy ... by sprouting fangs and claws and trying to eat her! Justice panics and takes the only option open to her: she drives a silver fountain pen through Mickey s eye, into his brain, killing him instantly. Oops... Jeanette, the club s owner, believes murdering customers is bad for business, so she orders the club s bouncer to quietly dispose of the body. There the matter should end ... if Mickey hadn t been a member of a bloodthirsty and vengeful pack of werewolves. When Mickey s corpse surfaces, Jack Ferris, the werewolves charming and vicious leader, swears bloody vengeance and sends his pack out to hunt down the killers. Little does he know, Justice is actually the fiancée of his second in command, Scott. To make matters worse, Justice bites Scott during sex and now may be infected with the curse of lycanthropy herself. Add to the mix werewolf Barker, the masturbating man-child; Sinclair, the occultist with low self-esteem; a bevy of the most beautiful women this side of heaven and you have the perfect recipe for balls to the wall, skimpily clad, strippers on werewolves action-packed goodness. Strippers vs Werewolves - stripping has never been this hairy!
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In summary, the film contained misogynist gangster werewolves and a group of strippers who manage to become sworn enemies. This film is cheesy, definitely silly and boast a far more respectable cast than would be expected... I was particularly pleased to see Alan Ford in another outing... (also in Cockneys -vs- Zombies.
This is not art, it is a very entertaining mock-horror film, with several comic twists and a bucket or two of blood and guts.
You don't have to analyse this film to enjoy it.
When these strippers signed on to dance, they knew they would have to deal with some potentially dangerous - even hairy - guys, but I'm pretty sure that werewolves were not mentioned anywhere in their contracts. Never underestimate a stripper, though - especially Justice, as she's even able to turn a complicating and potentially disastrous complication to the girls' own advantage. There are a few subplots that make this movie a little more interesting (strippers are people, too, you know) and there's a fair share of comedy sprinkled throughout, but in the end it's exactly what the title says - Strippers vs. Werewolves.
Here's a list of things to be aware of before watching this film. Robert Englund basically has a cameo scene and that's it; there's not much in the way of actual stripping; and the special effects (especially the werewolf makeup) aren't going to win any awards. There's some blood and gore, but this isn't really a horror film. It's pure camp, and you probably already know whether you're the type of person who would enjoy it. I thought it was pretty decent.
dotted with comic moments throughout, especially the yank stripper who has plenty of balls, especially when fending off the werewolfs. On the whole a comic and interesting idea on the usual werewolf genre.
Vixens Strip Club, 2012. When a rather hairy customer gets a bit too amourous, stripper Justice(Adele Silva)pokes him in the eye with a pen. Vixens propreitor Jeanette(Sarah Douglas) is concerned with disposing of the body, but that's the least of her wories, as the friends of the deceased come a howling at the door, with vengeance on their minds. Can the strippers, helped by eccentric occultist Sinclair(Simon Phillips), defend Vixens from the deadly gang of werewolves....
A highly stylised comic book brought to life, Strippers vs Werewolves is a highly enjoyable horror film with its tongue and gnashers firmly in its cheek. Although Jonathan Glendenning directs, the sparkling script by Pat Higgins shines through, full of witty one liners and the introduction of the terrific character of Sinclair, a very reluctant vampire slayer with irritable bowel syndrome is a masterstroke.
Strangely enough, during the commentary for the film, Glendenning apologises to the audience for his previous effort 'Dead Cert'. I saw this film very much as an unofficial sequel, with girdles replacing gangsters. Like 'Dead Cert', this film is shallow but great fun. Please stop apologising Mr Glendenning!
The only negative for me is the absence of Higgins regular Cy Henty, a stand up comedian turned horror actor, and a great asset to any film.
Whilst it won't create intellectual debate or cure world poverty, Strippers vs Werewolves does what it says on the tin. That it does so in such an enjoyable manner is to its immense credit. Got to mention the cast too, what a cast, but many simply turn up for brief cameos. 5 out of 5 for a very enjoyable hour and a half. An entertaining commentary track and a making of featurette are the pick of the extras on the disc.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Came on time of the delivery date good film if you work on your own on nights to watchPublished 23 months ago by LUKE BATTAMS
This film doesn't in any way live up to its premise-precious little stripping and the werewolves spend most of their time as hopeless mockney gangsters. Read morePublished on 15 Aug. 2014 by The Phantom Minutes
Even with a cameo role Robert Englund always steals the show.
And to those of you that don't know. After the credits theres another little scene with Robert Englund. Read more
One of the worst films I have ever seen. The script, the effects, the acting was terrible.
This film has nothing I could recommend it for especially if you are a bloke. Read more
After a stripper kills a werewolf with her silver pen, a pack of werewolves hunt down the killer of one of their kind as the film evolves toward the title climax. Read morePublished on 3 Jan. 2014 by The Movie Guy