Six Hot Chicks in a Warehouse – UK, 2017 – overview and reviews

 

‘A bloody knockout’

Six Hot Chicks in a Warehouse is a 2017 British action comedy horror feature film co-produced and directed by Simon P. Edwards (Blaze of Gory – segment “Sick Little Boy”) from a screenplay co-written with Kate G. Smith and Kim Dyer. The Kill The Sunset Pictures production stars Jessica Messenger, Oliver Malam and Sabine Crossen.

Plot:

Adrian, a body-conscious photographer, concocts a scenario in which he attempts to project his insecurities onto those who mock him.

Hired by Adrian, his professed muse Mira and five other girls begin to question who is using who when it becomes clear that the not so normal mind of the photographer himself isn’t all the girls have to worry about…

Press release:

Jessica Messenger, co-producer and actress playing the role of Mira, is really excited for fellow horror fans to see the film. “It has taken a lot of blood, sweat and tears (real ones) to get the film to where it is today. We have had a fantastic amount of support and patience from the horror community and I’m just looking forward to getting the film in front of an audience.”

Knowingly turning the sub-genre on its head, director Simon Edwards is as much of a popcorn-film fan as the next guy, “It quickly became obvious to me that this film was one which grabbed attention both positive and negative. I’ll be honest, being quite a shy character myself, the prospect of directing this script terrified me. The title is the equivalent to running down the high street shouting out a swear word as loud as your lungs will allow.”

Reviews [click links to read more]:

“As expected from this sort of movie, the idea is to have fun and not focus so much on the technical or artistic part. The plot is simple, the acting is good enough for it not to be a distraction, and there is not much to expect from the fight or gore scenes, more in a sexploitation tone than an action movie.” 10th Circle

“The theme and ideals on which 6Hot Chicks in a Warehouse is based have been reincarnated time and time again, and in those forms has quite frankly been executed with far better results. On the plus side, the acting is decent and upon certain aspects of the characters are believable while the girl on girl fight scenes are well-choreographed and easily are the best aspect of the film.” Cryptic Rock

6 Hot Chicks in a Warehouse sets out to give us some voyeurism (there is an extended photoshoot montage that shows off the girls bodies and a bit of nudity here and there), some humor, some violence and some revenge. I don’t expect it to get nominated for any Oscars but to be honest, I’d rather watch this than the Oscars.” HK and Cult Film News

“There are some plot holes and some shit that doesn’t quite add up but that really doesn’t matter. This flick is an updated version of a “women in prison” film. It’s all about badass beautiful women beating the shit out of each other and then getting revenge on their captors. In that sense, 6 Hot Chicks in a Warehouse delivers in spades.” Tennessee Horror

Release:

Indican Pictures released the movie on September 3rd for a DVD release.

Main cast:

  • Jessica Messenger … Mira – Dead Bitch!; Rats; Devil’s Tower
  • Oliver Malam … Adrian
  • Sabine Crossen … Ana – Predator Dark Ages; Rosemary’s Baby; Jade Wallis; Blaze of Gory
  • Jade Wallis … Sera
  • Max Rudd … Liam
  • Emma Lock … April – Torture; Three’s a Shroud; Dead Love
  • Elesha Thorn … Alice
  • Raluca-Sandra Moore … Jane (as Sandra Huzuneanu)
  • Holly Springett … Joey
  • Samantha Elliott Brody … Claire
  • Chloe Toy … Cassie
  • André Van Driessche … Male Pump N’ Gro Speaker (voice)
  • Diana Prince … Female Pump N’ Gro Speaker (voice)
  • Kris Smith … Ryan
  • Michael Hill … Thug with a beanie hat

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Filming locations:

Scottow (formerly RAF Coltishall), Norfolk, England

Previous release:

Six Hot Chicks in a Warehouse was released on VOD on 13 August 2017.

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