Busty stars reunite
for new women-in-prison film… soundtrack features music from Combustible Edison and Guns N’ Roses alumni… sadly, it’s rated “R” so
all you BLURT readers will have to get your parents to take you!
By Blurt Staff
Buxom cult legends Tura Satana (Faster,
Pussycat! Kill! Kill!) and Kitten Natividad (Russ
Meyer’s UP!) will, ahem, bust out of the silver screen in Sugar
Boxx, a new women-in-prison film opening September 5th. An
authentic homage to 1970’s women-in-prison and grindhouse movies, Sugar
Boxx also features a rare appearance by the godfather of 1970’s
exploitation film, writer/director Jack Hill (Coffy, Foxy Brown,
Big Bird Cage).
The film stars Geneviere Anderson (Star Trek), The’la
“Rain” Brown (VH1’s Flavor Of Love), and Hollywood great Jacqueline Scott (Charley
Varrick, Macabre). Its musical score boasts contributions by
The Millionaire of Combustible Edison fame and Steven Adler, formerly of
SUGAR BOXX premieres
in Los Angeles
on September 5th for an exclusive engagement at Laemmle’s
Sunset 5 Theatres. The sexy and violent old-school exploitation feature will
also make a simultaneous “Video On Demand” world premiere in September as well.
Further information and trailers are available at www.sugarboxx.com.
You can view the “Theatrical” trailer, the “Exploitation” trailer (also posted,
below) or a special one featuring Tura Satana offering her special brand of
testimonial. Keep your eyes peeled for shower scenes and catfights… and watch
out when that “powder keg” explodes, boys.