|release date||October 19 2010|
|studio||Blood Bath Pictures|
|director||Thomas Edward Seymour, Jonathan Gorman|
|writer||Thomas Edward Seymour, Jonathan Gorman|
|starring||Rachael Robbins, Niki Notarile, Debbie Rochon, Lloyd Kaufman, Dick Boland|
SynopsisJenny (Rachael Robbins) a freshman at Community College University earns her tuition by working at Miss Johnson's (Debbie Rochon) Bikini Carwash along with her seven gorgeous classmates. After work, Jenny and friends accidentally resurrect the infamous Chef Death during a seance. Chef Death finds the bikini clad girls at Miss Johnson's year end party and the blood bath begins. This campy splatterfest is 100% pure brainless fun.
Bikini Bloodbath Christmas is the conclusion to a fun-to-watch, super-homemade trilogy that started back in 2006, an aggressively stupid saga that––at least through the first two films––somehow managed to entertain, thanks to its repeated weapons arsenal of bare tits, witty montages, and cheap-looking kills at the hand of The Chef, the movies’ cleaver-wielding villain. First there was Bikini Bloodbath, wherein a bunch of 30-year-old high school girls in a rainbow display of varied hotness decided to throw a party, only be killed one-by-one by the aforementioned Chef. In Bikini Bloodbath Carwash, the girls had moved on to Community College University, working part-time at a tit-scrub carwash under aggressively lesbian carwash owner Debbi Rochon, and were once again inexpensively murdered by The Chef. The first two films were almost brilliant in their idiocy––if that makes any sense––really bad movies that embraced their own awfulness. …Read More