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Released: Feb 25th, 2010
Running Time: 150 Min.
Director: Nicholas Steele
Companies: Bluebird Films, Private U.S.A., Pure Paige Productions
Distribution Companies: Pure Play Media
DVD Extras: Alternate Languages, Cumshot Recap, Still Gallery(ies), Trailer(s), Widescreen
Cast: Anthony Rosano, Brooke Belle, Zoe Holloway, Charles Dera, Paige Ashley, Brian Knudson, Tommy Gunn, Madelyn Marie, Branch Hardwood, Tony DeSergio, Nick Manning, Cindy Behr
Critical Rating: AAAA
DJ Jerry Byrne has set a contest up to win a date with him. His number-one fan is a deranged psycho who wants to fuck and kill him. When she doesn't win the contest, one by one she fucks and kills the competition. Her history of mental abuse has led her to the breaking point. Can anyone stop her?
British beauty Paige Ashley’s Pure Paige Productions takes its stylish first step with a thriller directed by Bluebird Films CEO Nicholas Steele and penned by Bluebird honcho Paul Chaplin. Like its namesake, the 1971 Clint Eastwood thriller, the focus is on a disc jockey’s obsessive fan, though the setting has been moved south, from Carmel to Los Angeles.
When psych patient Ashley doesn’t win a date with her favorite DJ, she embarks on a murderous rampage in which she dispatches her victims while they're in a postcoital haze, beginning first in the psych ward after a threesome with her doctor (Tony DeSergio) and a nurse (Cindy Behr).
Soon she’s also rubbed out grocery store employees Madelyn Marie and Anthony Rosano, caught off guard while literally fucking around at work. Then she knocks off prostitute-pimp team Zoe Holloway and Nick Manning before going head to head with homicide cop Tommy Gunn and Brooke Belle, her top rival for DJ Charles Dera’s affection.
The pretty, big-titted Ashley is in almost every scene, making her bid for sexual stardom in a variety of positions and sexual combinations. And though the song that plays throughout is not the tune Johnny Mathis made famous, the moody soundtrack complements the action well.