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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
GIRLFIGHT sold a $3,000 DVD on Amazon.com in September 2016. As the sale was deemed incredible by the director himself, he posted his bank statement, royalty report, and royalty calculation showing that indeed a GIRLFIGHT DVD had sold for $3,000 and that he did indeed receive a $1600 royalty for the sale. This evidence can still be found on his Web site by going to girlfightmovie.com, clicking "Media Room," scrolling down to the press release about the $3,000 sale, and clicking the Proof/Evidence link. See more »
While there have been no reports of a real life model combat where girls really fought to the death, underground fight clubs among women have emerged in recent headlines. Furthermore, with the popularity of women's MMA combined with the ancient practices of both Amazon warriors and female gladiators are the sole basis for the "inspired by true events" tagline. See more »
The credits took a good amount of space to get viewers to buy one of the film's promotional pink hats. See more »
The film has a couple minutes longer on the DVD release because Amazon rejected ads being used in the film. The extra minutes is really an ad where Lindsey dances on the cage while promoting the promotional pink hat for GIRLFIGHT.
Other alternative versions include 4 color filters that give the look either an older, scarier vibe or a darker tone, all geared towards horror fans. These can also be found on the DVD. 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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