Thursday, May 26, 2011

Fan Review: Nude Nuns With Big Guns

Nude Nuns With Big Guns
review by: Dominic Speight

I'm sure you have seen or heard of Blaxploitation, but have you seen or heard of Nunsploiation? Probably not until now.
Where do you start with a film like NNWBG? It's bold, brash, trashy and downright awful and it so wants to be a Quentin Tarantino film. It's so bad it's good! With rips direct from “From Dusk till Dawn” and “Desperado” it has all the
ingredients to be good, but simply put, its not!

Where else can you get drug dealing priests, lesbian nuns, nude nuns ( I love the fact they are nude apart from the wimple (headgear) ) that all work in the drug factory nude. I guess it makes the coke better..(?) Like smoking a cigar that's been rolled on the thighs of a virgin! That being said, you don't get subtlety when you buy or rent a film with the title like this.

Just like the Titty Twister bar in "From Dusk Till Dawn" we have in this film, the "Titty Flicker" . Not much of a difference, but you get the point.

After taking her vows to become a nun, Sister Sarah (our heroine) is drugged and abused by the corrupt clergymen. She is beaten so close to death, that she receives a visit from god who tells her she must seek vengeance on all those who did her wrong and crossed her path. Armed with big guns and a message from god she sets out on her own mission of salvation!
The church hires a local biker gang, Los Muertos to track her down and kill her. The gang leader's biggest weapon? You guessed it...His cock
What follows is over the top blood and gore, nuns being raped and some of the worst dialogue ever....

"This Sister is one bad Mother!"
Well what else would you expect from Freakshow Entertainment?

review: Dominic Speight

Tuesday, May 24, 2011

Episode 33; It's not a "JUNIOR"

This week, we get topical! After hearing the news of Arnold Schwarzenegger's love child, we went straight to netflix instant stream and thanked god we didn't have to spend money renting.....JUNIOR!
Our guest this week is Noah Green!

(stay to the end for a poignant interview with Arnie)