Run! Bitch Run!September 25, 2009
Things go horribly wrong when Catherine and Rebecca, two Catholic School girls, knock on the wrong door while selling Religious paraphernalia.
Release Year: 2009
Rating: 4.4/10 (1,233 voted)
Stars: Ivet Corvea, Cheryl Lyone, John C. Crow
Catherine and Rebecca are two Catholic School girls going door-to-door selling Religious paraphernalia in order to pay for their books and education. Things go horribly wrong when they knock on the wrong door in the wrong neighborhood. "Run! Bitch Run!" is a throw back to the classic rape and revenge films like
Writers: Robert James Hayes II, Joseph Guzman
John C. Crow
(as Johnny Winscher)
Payback's A Bitch!
Release Date: 25 September 2009
Filming Locations: Highland, California, USA
Box Office Details
A decent throwback grind house revenge flick with heart
Some Spoilers may follow
Catherine and Rebecca are two Catholic schoolgirls, whose day takes a
severe turn for the worst when they knock into the wrong home while
selling bibles door to door. Running afoul of depraved pimp Lobo and
his equally vicious gang, Catherine and Rebecca are defiled and
Catherine is left to die. Catherine vows revenge, and resolves to make
the scumbags pay for their deeds….
Run Bitch Run from the trailer looks almost like a Black Dynamite style
parody of exploitation flicks, yet the film itself is actually a
heartfelt homage to the genre. It's not nearly as tongue in cheek as
one would think from viewing the trailer, and has some dead straight
nasty scenes, including one iconic scene that will do for guys in the
00's what I Spit On Your Grave did for guys back in the '70s.
Although it suffers from a rather meandering middle and
randomness,(Possibly due to budgetary constraints) it's overall a solid
and very entertaining homage to grind house trash cinema, and director
Joseph Guzman is obviously an exploitation fan as he has a great eye
and the film has a kick ass feel for the era.
Overall, it's flawed in parts, and its biggest flaw is that it's
actually rather restrained violence-wise, but it's still a damned
enjoyable contemporary exploitation flick, and well worth checking out
for fans of the genre.
It's got an awesome score and all.