Director John V Knowles
Writer Lotti Pharriss Knowles
Cast Allison Scagliotti, Francia Raisa, Louise Griffiths, Eduardo Rioseco, Chloë Crampton, Amy Okuda, Sarah Stouffer, Lindsey Morgan, Laura Niemi, Diana Chiritescu
A new club for virgins is started by an attractive foreign woman. Soon after, girls begin to go missing. It’s now up to a major feminist that isn’t trusted by anyone to save the day.
It has to be kept in mind while watching this that it is a COMEDY horror. One with a bit of an ’80’s feel. At least a little. It’s cheesy. And lame. And meant to be. But at least it’s funny, even if I don’t get most of the references. It’s definitely not something that will age well. It may have a lot to do with Elizabeth Bathory, but most of the references are 2013 popculture. I personally don’t pay much attention to popculture. But it was funny enough.
I’d recommend it to young people. Like millenials. Although I have a feeling it would also offend them… they seem offended by a lot and I’m sure this show is full of micro and macro and whatever aggressions.