GIANTESS ATTACK (2017) Reviews of cheesy sci-fi comedy

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Giantess Attack is a 2017 American comedy sci-fi film about two unemployed actresses who become real superheroes thanks to twin space fairies who turn them into giantesses. Also known as Giantess Attack!

A sequel, Giantess Attack vs. Mecha-Fembot, followed in 2019.

Written and directed by Jeff Leroy (Dracula’s Sorority SistersDracula in a Women’s PrisonFrankenstein in a Women’s PrisonPredator WorldRat Scratch FeverWerewolf in a Womens PrisonCreepiesThe Witch’s SabbathEyes of the Werewolf).

The movie stars Tasha Tacosa, Rachel Riley, Christine Nguyen, Jed Rowen, Robert Rhine, Al Burke, Eric Flenner, Randal Malone and Jasper Oliver. There are cameo appearances by genre regular Shawn C. Phillips, filmmaker Mark Polonia, producer David S. Sterling and director Jay Woelfel.


” …it remains a good-humoured and generally entertaining piece of work. The effects are all over the place, throwing stock footage, model work and green screens together in a thoroughly low-budget mess – which is, of course, the point, just as much as the women’s clothes conveniently expanding to keep them covered. If you don’t smile at the thought of two bikini-clad behemoths wrecking Hollywood landmarks like the Capitol Records building, then it’s probably safe to say this isn’t the movie for you.” Girls with Guns






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