Directors: Michael Hoffman Jr, Aaron Wells
Writers: Michael Hoffman Jr, Ryan Dee and Meghan Jones
Cast: Jerry Lawler, Beetlejuice,Ron Jeremy, Linnea Quigley, Katie Peterson,Shawn C Phillips, Shea Stewart; Sal the Stockbroker; Krystyna Ahlers; Ron Jeremy; Brandy Whitford; Ryan Keely; Al Sapienza; Bruster Sampson; Janessa Brazil, Tony Batman and featuring Nicko McBrain.
Synopsis of Girls Gone Dead
Rebecca is set to spend her first Spring Break home from college with her old high school cheerleading friends. As luck would have it, the group of six sexy girls have been granted the usage of a rental property in the Florida coastal town of Manatee Creek. However, they are soon to find that their vacation may be anything but… Just down the road, in Daytona Beach; “Crazy Girls Unlimited” — a company famous for its drunken topless DVD releases – has been throwing an event for their latest video series. However, the shoot ended early when a war-hammer-wielding killer showed up to end the festivities. Unaware of what has transpired, Rebecca and her friends decide to throw a Spring Break Free-For-All – But the girls get more than they bargained for when, one by one, the party-goers begin to disappear. It seems that an uninvited stranger has been cutting the guest list – literally – and it’s everyone for themselves in this hysterical, splatter-tastic flick.
Did you know in Girls Gone Dead???
- Ron Jeremy has a bonus scene at the tail end of the closing credits.
- In the middle of the end credits there’s a final scene featuring Jerry Lawler.
- Multiple “Crazy Girls” commercials play during the closing title scroll; plus a video featuring Nicko McBrain
Review of Girls Gone Dead:
After viewing the screener of Girls Gone Dead, the first thing that I can say about the film is “Go and Pre-Order the UK Version”, trust me on this, you wont be dissapointed.
From the first scene, the standard of the film is set very high. From the opening ten mintues of Girls Gone Dead, I knew that it would meet expectations.
The first mentionable factor of the film is the cast, every role was portrayed very well. It’s hard as a reviewer to pick out an individual specifically, espically in the case of Girls Gone Dead. However, a speical mention should be made of Katie Peterson and Bruster Sampson in the case of one particular scene, i.e. Ending of Girls Gone Dead. One thing that worked really well was the famous appearces in the film, which included: Jerry Lawler, Beetlejuice,Ron Jeremy, Linnea Quigley, Sal the stockbrocker and Shawn C Phillips. Each indiviual did themselves justice to the characters that they portrayed.
The story came across clearly and had the ability to hold your attention right to the end.
You can tell from the result that the crew of GGD had worked tirelessly on the technical aspects of the film. There are many departements that would could mention that worked extremely hard on the film, but certainaly would like to mention Directors: Michael Hoffman and Aaron T. Wells, Writers; Ryan Dee, Michael Hoffman and Meghan Jones-Hoffman, The Producers and The Cinematographers; Shaw Burrows and Richard Dine, you did an amazing job.
In the final part of the review, I would like to say:
“If you like Boobs, Blood and Beer and a Good Ride! Then Girls Gone Dead is the film for you”
4 **** / 5