Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Angela Dix, Valerie Castro, Keith Dunn, Ian Arnold, Robert Jennings
Director: J. Douglas Smith
Genres: Comedy, Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Imagine if it was that time of the month, every day, for the rest of your life... now imagine that it was a never ending Nile of Blood! Our star, Sharrie Heiman (Angela Dix) doesn't have to imagine. Follow her as she fiend... more »
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Meg B. (Megatron)
Reviewed on 6/10/2009...
If you like low budget, campy, feminist, bloody gore you'll like this film. I was completely blown away by how impressed I was with this effort. If you ever wished that someone would come along and make a film about a cool, smug, pretentious girl who at some point stops and talks to her nether region which speaks in a valley girl voice and blows sugary bubble yum bubbles, then this is a movie for you. It literally made me feel like my brain was melting out of my eye sockets. Itâ€™s crappy, low budget, crude, tasteless and disgusting and completely reinstalls my faith and low budget cinema.
1 of 3 member(s) found this review helpful.
Great bloody lesbo schlock
Dewayne Austin | San Francisco, CA. | 01/16/2008
(3 out of 5 stars)
"If your into low budget, campy, feminist, bloody gore you'll like this film.
It may take a serious effort to get through some of the less entertaining, even dull, scenes and some really bad acting, but there are some really funny even artistic scenes that make it all worth while.
pros &/or cons: excess of fake blood, incredibly bad efx, vaginal humor, some good music, intentionally and unintentionally funny dialogue
Disgusting Movie with a really Big Point
Mystic Kat Daddy | Michigan, USA | 03/09/2008
(5 out of 5 stars)
"The Period is a movie that will totally blow your mind. You will come away disbelieving a movie like this was actually made and you will not be the same person after a viewing. An important point is made about how society judges women based on menstruation; that they are either scorned or worshiped. Striking the point home is a scene at the end when the main character states that women neither want to be objectified in a positive or negative way, only to be seen as people/human beings. It's unfortunate that the director had to be gross to maker a point. It's more a criticism of the main American audiences' intelligence level that it can only understand something complex when it is made using toilet humor. I will admit that I feel the director's goal is to shock and possibly believed that the only way his movie would get attention was to deliver the most disgusting movie ever made."