Wednesday, 4 June 2014

REVIEW: The G-String Horror (2012)... Debra Lamb/Tasha Talonz! (June 2014)

How could you fail with a title like The G-String Horror (2012)? The film was directed by Charles Webb and is set in a real haunted, yet abandoned movie palace turned strip-club in San Francisco, USA - Market Street Cinema. 

Debra Lamb plays a psychic who is called in to investigate the building's grisly history where a film crew is ghost hunting and hearing the nightclub's past bloody history! Tasha Talonz (of Black Devil Doll [2007]) plays a demon "Baby Doll" who was murdered in the club by a group of rowdy, yet unpleasant strip club costumers and boy is she pissed! 

It's a 70 minute docu-horror based on real life ghost stories and events that Debra Lamb uncovers as the film goes along in it's Ghost Adventures style. NOTE: the same TV show did shoot here, too for an episode!

The film is fun, but this is low budget stuff! If you like your ghost shows and paranormal set ups with night-vision cameras, then this will probably be for you! The eye candy (Talonz and Lamb) are very nice to look at through-out the production if you like that thing! Debra spoke to me in an INTERVIEW about the past history of the haunted nightclub from the set and some stories over shadow the production and bloody effects, which is very interesting. I can see why Charles Webb wanted to shoot in the location like he did.

The film is out on Amazon and contains a number of special features for adults only! Interviews are featured with cast members on location while investigating, behind the scenes and make-up effects, etc on the dvd. Region 0 - so will play in all countries. There is also an alternative DEMON CUT available which has been re-edited for film festivals. The Demon Cut is an enhanced version of the film and is reviewed, HERE.

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