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Deep within the Forbidden Forest outside Buckeye City, Ohio, sinister fatal femme Rachel invites four unlikely model hopefuls into an underground death fight inside a barbaric steel cage surrounded by razor-sharp barb-wire. The winner moves on to GirlFight: Model Kombat, granting the survivor a multi-million dollar contract with an international modeling agency. An all-female nightmare horror concept short film inspired by true events! Note: This video is a short concept pitch film to demonstrate the brutality and madness expected to ultimately take place in GirlFight: Model Kombat. Excessive violence and shock value mixed with dark horror are exemplified in this demonstration.Written by
Other influences for the film include Japanese film violence, like that seen in Battle Royale and anime; Bare Knuckles; Bloodlines; Kick Ass Girls; The Arena; Shootfighter; and Freshfite Female Fighting sports league. GIRLFIGHT was promoted during a couple of Freshfite fights in the summer of 2016 and it was publicly announced it had been an influence for the film. Gladiator and Amazon films featuring an all-female battle contest did not really influence this film.
There are specific parts of the film influenced by non-fight movies and sporting events: 1. The barb-wire ripping the mouth scene was influenced by a Dudley Boys match at the 2010 TNA Hardcore Justice PPV for which Kelcey attended in the VIP section and is frequently seen in the DVD as an audience member and his voice his heard asking Mick Foley a question in the extras. 2. Although many speculate the heart ripping scene was from Mortal Kombat video games, it was more so inspired by the scene in Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom despite the human heart is not devoured in that film. 3. The hanging by chain scene was designed as an original idea because most hanging scenes use rope; Kelcey wanted the scene to be brutal and for the character who does it to show her opponent that she is in charge. 4. Moonlight's body parts and body bag is somewhat a throwback to Monster Brawl, a movie where monster-based wrestlers wrestle in a cemetery. The body bag was supposed to be used but the idea was later scrapped. 5. Moonlight's character was more of what Raven was supposed to be had the feature film been made. 6. The face rip idea was inspired by the same scene in RAZE, except a cage is used versus a brick wall. In GIRLFIGHT, the blood and fake skin were already there - the camera faced forward as Angel was blocking it with her body and only as Rachel slide her face down was the effect revealed to make it look wicked and brutal. See more »
When Lindsey was "bathing in the blood of her enemy," she lets out an unscripted giggle. She was actually giggling because the heart prop spilling the blood was hollow and let out a farting sound as she squeezed it. The director left in it not only because it was cute but it added to Lindsey's character being completely wicked. See more »
Chelsi the Cage Girl:
Shut the fuck up bitch. This ain't MMA. Turn that sign around, what does it say?
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The credits took a good amount of space to get viewers to buy one of the film's promotional pink hats. See more »
There are actually 3 alternative versions of this video, each getting its own DVD release:
Girlfight: inVite - 10 minute short; very basic title sequence; tons of extra features Girlfight - 10 minute short; title sequence had some enhancements. Two mixed fights directed by Kelcey Coe and only biographies are added features. Girlfight: Hardcore Edition Extended Cut. This video actually adds a missing fight scene that was cancelled due to weather. It pits Jade (Brandi Michelle) against Selena (Brianna Culp). Therefore, the Jade intro sequence was replaced with this fight, featuring additional footage from Becca Chanay since this scene involves Selena morphing into Jacki. Briana Culp's name is also added to the credits at the end of the film as well as appropriate places throughout the title sequences. The version also adds an enhanced title sequence that uses almost the entire "Sinister Raven" voice from the first trailer, voiced by Kelli R. Culbertson, over the creepy cage shake footage. Although she was always credited in each video her voice was rarely heard. This is so Kelcey would have a reason to pay her residuals should the film ever make a profit. Two mixed fights directed by Kelcey Coe and only biographies are added features. See more »
This short film came to my attention after its director Kelcey Coe made a few posts talking about how Amazon had banned the video from their streaming service. After viewing the film, it seems this was more of a way to draw attention to the film because content wise there's really nothing offensive here.
The story itself is pretty simple as this is FIGHT CLUB meets MORTAL KOMBAT with some ladies inside a ring where they fight to the death. None of the scenes are overly violent so I highly doubt Amazon pulled the movie because of this content. I'd say it was likely pulled because the majority of the running time isn't the film itself but a promotion for the film's website.
I'm not going to judge the promotional stuff because I really don't care about websites or things like that. It seems this short was made to show off what the director could do and to try and get funds for a bigger movie. As for this movie, it really just lasts a few minutes and features a couple fights and some gory effects. There's certainly nothing ground-breaking here but for the most part I thought it was okay for one of those short films that are made to try and get funding for a bigger project.
What's on display here wouldn't work in an extended form without some better more detailed characters but the exploitation market is full of wacky trash films so something could be done with it.
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