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Bitch Slap
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The movie Bitch Slap is exactly as it says, it’s a bitch slap of a movie. The movie literally slaps you in the face as you are bombarded with 100 minutes of action, with guns blazing, things getting blown up, cat fights like you’ve never seen on the screen before, and see how I left the best bit last; it’s got hot, I mean seriously hot women in it. Although that alone shouldn’t be the basis for watching a movie, unfortunately, in Bitch Slap there’s no getting away from that fact.

Ok let’s state the obvious here; this movie is a sexploitation movie, no ifs or buts about it. It pays homage to the movies of old. Think back to the sexploitation movies of the 60’s and 70’s and immediately Russ Meyer comes to my mind, he was famous for films like Faster, Pussycat! Kill! Kill! and Supervixens. Bitch Slap is the modern day version of such movies.

The trio of vixens in Bitch Slap are Trixie, Hel and Camero (played by Julia Voth, Erin Cummings and America Olivo, respectively). The three beauties are on the search for some diamonds which are hidden in a desert hideout by an underworld gangster. Their journey to the hideout, which is shown in small flashbacks, highlights the many characters they’ve had to encounter in a bid to get to the diamonds. Let me tell you, the fights are brutal, especially from Camero who is just psychotic. The Hel and Camero fight scene is definitely worth watching, and our three ladies take every opportunity to tease the viewers with their sexuality. The highlight of the movie has to be the slow-motion water fight. This movie also holds similarities to Quentin Tarantino movies, and I could see him making a movie like this one. This is a no holds barred feminine film, played by 3 strong female characters with male viewers (and some female viewers) in mind.

Overall, if your idea of a good movie includes hot women, fights, and plenty of action, I recommend you watch this movie. I thoroughly enjoyed it and now I’m spreading the word. If you’ve got any hidden gems that you’ve seen past or present, please let us know.

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