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I Know It Isn't Your Scene, It's Better Than a Sex Scene

By TK Burton | Trailers | June 22, 2010 |

By TK Burton | Trailers | June 22, 2010 |


So, raise your hands: Who among you are followers/fans of Suicide Girls? It's nothing to be ashamed of. We've got a bent enough readership that there must be a few of them. If you are, this might be a treat for you.

If you're not, a quick primer: Suicide Girls is a website that features softcore pinup/glamor models who tend to be of the goth/punk variety, frequently featuring women with numerous tattoos and/or piercings. It's also become its own not-so-little community, with forums and memberships, and it seems to have developed into its own little world. They've become quite popular, featuring interviews, commentary, news articles, and a substantial merch store as well.

And now they have a movie. A Blair Witch-style, shaky cam, lost-in-the-woods, is-it-real kind of movie, entitled Suicide Girls Must Die!. The story is painfully simple -- a bunch of the models go into the woods for a photoshoot, they start dying, and everyone loses their shit. Not exactly breaking new ground, and there's probably a less-tattooed version playing on Cinemax as I type this. The catch, according to the film makers, is that all of it (except the killings, of course) is real, and that the models don't realize it's fake.

I don't know if I buy that.

Regardless, as much as I sort of respect what the Suicide Girls do -- promote an unconventional, less vanilla kind of beauty and sex appeal -- the movie itself looks... pretty stupid. See for yourself:

The films comes out on DVD on June 28th.



TK Burton is the Editorial Director. You may email him here or follow him on Twitter.



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