Plot: The all girl rock band Kill! Pussy! Kill! has just wrapped up another show, but on Halloween night, they have an even bigger show to play, one that could send them into music stardom. But drama kicks in before they even get the van loaded, when DJ Speed (Demetrius Stear) can’t take no for an answer when Misty (Kelly McCart) doesn’t want to engage in some van sex. A man in a wheelchair rolls up when he hears Misty’s cries for help, but DJ Speed jumps him and knocks him around a little. With Speed left behind, the rest of the band hits the road, but when they stop for gas, they can’t find Misty and then the van’s engine conks out. The station’s mechanic offers to lend them a van while he repairs the engine, but he triggers some kind of gas once the band is inside. When the girls wake up, they’re in a dank concrete room of some kind. Then a voice booms into the room and tells them that a gun is hidden somewhere in the room and if one one of them isn’t dead soon, he will kill everyone. Will the girls be pushed to depths they never imagined and why is this maniac tormenting them?

Entertainment Value: If you’ve ever wanted to watch a Saw movie that had Richard Grieco, a bunch of super hot girls, and Dave Mustaine as Jigsaw, Halloween Pussy Trap Kill! Kill! has answered your call. As a big fan of Jailbait and Locked Up, I was psyched to have Sara Malakul Lane and Kelly McCart in the movie, with Jared Cohn back in the director’s chair. The movie opens with soldiers being tortured and killed, then spins into a Halloween tale about an all girl rock band and a lunatic who wants them to understand what sacrifice means. Once the movie shifts to the band’s narrative, the tone is brisk and darkly comic, moving between the girls’ struggle to survive and the killer’s family enjoying Halloween in unexpected ways. The movie is more fun than scary, with colorful characters, eye popping outfits, and big performances from most of the cast members. Kill! Pussy! Kill! looks like a Lisa Frank wet dream, with vivid colors and bold costumes, while the performances are fun to watch as well. Sara Malakul Lane has the lead, but all of the band members turn in fun efforts, though I am biased and Kelly McCart is my personal favorite. We also have Jed Rowen as The Mastermind (voiced by Dave Mustaine), plus Richard Grieco (!) as a good old boy mechanic. I had a lot of fun with this movie and if you’re looking for an offbeat, neon colored Halloween movie with a colorful cast, this is well recommended.

The band members are in skimpy outfits the entire movie, but the lone nudity comes during the Misty/DJ Speed van session. Kelly McCart shows off her breasts in a quick scene, but that’s all the nakedness. But once the movie starts to roll, there’s little time for love, so the low flesh quotient makes sense. In terms of blood, there’s some makeup effects and CGI bursts, but not much on screen gore. Like we see an eye after it has been plucked out, but the actual deed happens off screen. I am not a fan of CGI bloodshed, so the best thing I can say here is that it doesn’t look always cartoonish as some movies, perhaps because it was blended with some minor practical effects. A couple nice moments of goop come in however, including a fun blister bubble, which everyone loves, right? The dialogue is fun, with some moments of cattiness from the girls, Mustaine’s growls as the villain, and Grieco as the creepy mechanic. The maniac’s wife is a small role, but the actress really makes the most of her scenes and has some fun lines to rattle off. So between the colorful characters and offbeat moments, the writing hits some fun notes and earns a few points. As for raw craziness, the killer’s family is the strangest part of the movie, without question. Otherwise, the movie is wacky and fun, but never feels overly off the deep end.

Nudity: 1/10

Blood: 3/10

Dialogue: 3/10

Overall Insanity: 2/10