Machete Maidens Unleashed
From The Grindhouse Cinema Database
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- Related Links: Filipino Exploitation Cinema | Cirio Santiago | Weng Weng | Not Quite Hollywood
- Released in 2010 | Color
- Running Time: 85 Min.
- Directed by Mark Hartley
- Produced by Veronica Fury, Andrew Leavold
- Photography by Karl von Moller
- Featuring Lee Ermey, Patrick Wayne, Colleen Camp, John Landis, Sid Haig, Joe Dante, Roger Corman, Dick Miller, Carmen Argenziano
- Edited by Sara Edwards, Mark Hartley
- Music by Jamie Blanks
- Sound by Phillip Healy
- The Ultimate B-Movie Feast From The Far, Far East! | The Filipino Revolution Even Marcos Couldnt Crush! | During The 1970s in the Phillipines, Everybody Wanted A Piece of the Action!
Blood! Breasts! Beasts! A brutal orgy of ghastly terror! Busty babes, mutated monsters and midget secret agents, the Filipino genre films of the 70s and 80s had it all. Saturating drive-ins around the world, the Philippines became a dreamland for exploitation filmmakers with cheap labour, exotic scenery and non-existent health and safety regulations! The all-too often overlooked world of Filipino exploitation flicks gets the Mark Hartley (Not Quite Hollywood, MIFF 08) treatment in Machete Maidens Unleashed! Featuring interviews with Roger Corman, Joe Dante, John Landis, Eddie Romero and a host of filmmakers, actors and critics, each with a story about a genre with no scruples, no scripts, no boundaries and – more often than not – no clothes. (MIFF)