So, you wanna fight?!
Girl Boss Guerilla (1972)
(女番長ゲリラ Sukeban gerira)
Tuesday April 17th
Film starts at 9pm
Otto’s Shrunken head
538 E. 14th street (A & B)
As always, free popcorn, and $2 Vehicular Bingo for prizes!
Sorry for the late (and lame) review this week. I spent the weekend in lovely Delaware, getting the bejesus knocked out of me in the dirt at American Supercamp. I promise to post a proper review shortly…Until then, see you at the flicks!
Girl Boss Guerilla (女番長ゲリラ Sukeban gerira) is a 1972 Japanese film in the sukeban (delinquent girl) sub-genre of Toei’s “Pinky violence” style of Pink film. The third in the seven-film Girl Boss series, it was directed by Norifumi Suzuki and starred Miki Sugimoto and Reiko Ike.
Miko Sugimoto is the leader of the Red Helmet Gang, a biker girl gang from Shinjuku who wind up in Kyoto and make a bid to take over the local girl gangs there. Successful for a short time in ruling the streets it isn’t long before Miko and her crew run afoul of the local Yakuza, and are forced to turn to Reiko Ike, a ronin Yakuza girl, and sister to one of the top Yakuza in Kyoto, for help, leading to a murderous showdown at a small coastal resort. – IMDB
Will be dragged around behind a bike
Girl Boss Guerilla was released in 2006 on DVD as part of the 4-disc Pinky Violence Collection box set released by Panik House.
Greetings from American Supercamp!