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Prison A-Go-Go

Released: Sep 01st, 2005
Running Time: 84
Director: Barak Epstein
Company: El Independent Cinema
Cast: Tina Parker, Laurie Walton, Mike Wiebe, Louisa Lawless, Lloyd Kaufman, Rhonda Shear, Travis Willingham, Mary Woronov, Lauren Graham, Robin Simmons, Ilram Choi, Others
Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated
Genre: Alternative

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A campy, B-quality horror movie for customers looking for something to show to friends for big laughs.

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Critical Rating: Not Yet Rated

Mary Woronov, best known for her work in Eating Raoul and Rock 'n Roll High School, portrays Dyanne She-Bitch Slutface, who interviews and hires a wormy new warden of Dr. Hurtrider's Filipino prison for women. Rhonda Shear plays Jackpot, the prison guard raping inmate, who befriends Ginger, the perky murderess who's trying to save her friend from being turned into a human porcupine.

Confusing? Just hang tight and watch the naked shower scene clock for the next scheduled shower. Then sit back, enjoy the ninjas, mutant zombies, evil scientist, Jolt Cola placements, prison chick mud wrestling, and all the other things that make this an instant B-movie classic.

There's copious bonus footage and background info for those who truly love the schlock, gore and blatant exploitation inherent in this genre.


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Mary Woronov
Lloyd Kaufman
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Ilram Choi
Travis Willingham
Louisa Lawless
Tina Parker
Lauren Graham
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