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DVD Review: Switchblade Sisters (1975) PDF Print E-mail
Written by The Projectionist   
Monday, 25 July 2011 19:41

Switchblade_Sisters_Poster Switchblade_Sisters_PosterSwitchblade Sisters was a 1975 Chixploitation movie that didn't do well during its initial release. It went into the drive-ins and grindhouses for a week, sold some popcorn, and immediately went on the 2nd and 3rd feature circuit. One person who didn't overlook it was Quentin Tarantino. Tarantino is on record as saying Switchblade Sisters is one of his all time favorite movies. He grabbed the rights to the movie and re-released it to the theaters in limited distribution a few years back. He has also released it on DVD on his "Rolling Thunder Pictures" label. The DVD reviewed here is the "Rolling Thunder" release.

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The Switchblade Sisters revolves around "The Dagger Debs" an all-girl gang led with teeth baring intensity by "Lace" (Robbie Lee), the baddest meanest female gang leader since Black Canary was in charge of the Justice League. It's a good thing she's tough, because she dresses like a disco band reject, and when she bears her teeth she looks like an angry beaver, plus when she talks it's like being threatened by Rainbow Brite talking through clenched teeth.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 August 2011 18:27
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Written by The Projectionist   
Tuesday, 31 May 2011 15:38

Thanks for visiting our site here at "Big Bad Drive-In". Yeah, I know, we should've grabbed the domain name that had the hyphen in it too. We'll get around to it...

"Big Bad Drive-In" is going to be your go to spot for reviews of the types of movies that would have played at your local drive-in back in the 50s up thru the 80s. Most drive-in theaters are gone now, replaced by shopping malls and car dealerships, but the memories still remain.

We'll mostly review movies from the "golden" age of B-Movies, the 50s up thru the early 80s, but we'll also review current releases, those of the type that would have appeared at your local passion pit if they'd been produced back then. Now days they go directly to DVD, or late night on Cinemax or The Movie Channel.

Last Updated on Saturday, 13 August 2011 13:38

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