SHE KILLS - 70s STYLED GRINDHOUSE FLICK SMASHES UP FILM FESTIVALS

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She Kills The director, Ron Bonk, has unleashed the latest trailer for his recently wrapped revenge horror movie, “She Kills”. The movie, an homage to Ron’s favorite low budget movies of the 70s, revolves around Sadie (Jennie Russo), who discovers her nether region holds strange powers during a sexual assault by a gang called “The Touchers”. The gang is led by Dirk MaSalle (Trey Harrison), a super badass who’s used to getting what he wants from women - and if he doesn’t, he takes it by force. And he’s not afraid to smack his gang around when needed, which includes the envious Reggie (Michael Merchant), the slimy Poodle (Jody Pucello), the lumbering muscle Blue (David Royal) and the gang play toy Beatrice (Martha Zemsta).





She KillsShe Kills” is an crazy, nonstop roller coaster ride of debauchery and crude humor. Here’s the synopsis:

Sadie’s life is destroyed when a vicious gang called “The Touchers” targets her for their sadistic fantasies after witnessing her sexy but innocent naked frolicking in a nearby field. On her wedding night they attack her and her husband Edward, brutalizing them both in the process. But during the attack, the virgin bride discovers a dangerous secret about her body – she is cursed with the legendary “Fire Crotch”, a condition where Satan has laid claim to her naughty bits. After visiting her fortune teller friend, Casparella, a space exorcism is attempted on her moo-moo, but it only ends up unlocking secret hidden powers inside her. Her lady garden becomes lethal, her most deadly weapon in her thirst for revenge against The Touchers and her fight against lustful men everywhere!.

No. It's not a bio-pic. Watch.




Ron Bonk Bio
Ron Bonk began making movies in 1992, embracing the "Shot-On-Video" format in order to tell the stories he wanted, and learn how to actually make a feature, without going broke in the process. He's since gone on to direct 10 features, produce over 3 dozen more, launched a distribution company, called SRS Cinema, and founded the original B-Movie Film Festival (in 1999, now it is a part of the huge Scare-A-Con convention), among other achievements in the indie scene.

In recent years he's directed the award-winning horror thriller, "Clay", contributed a segment to the much-buzzed about "HI-8" anthology, and produced the upcoming gore fest, "Night of Something Strange". His latest directorial effort, "She Kills", is the culmination of watching, and loving, many years of extreme, insane, underground cult films, and it is his homage to the entertainment they have brought him throughout his life.