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Monday, October 28, 2013

Vote for 'The Pill Girls' trailer

Posted By on Mon, Oct 28, 2013 at 1:51 PM

Movie trailers can be an artform in and of themselves, so we love the effort by Arkansas actress Ashlie Atkinson and her fiance Leon Chase, called "The Pill Girls." Atkinson produced the fictional trailer — for an alleged 1970's chixsplotation flick about five drug-crazed, sexed up women terrorizing NYC — while Chase directed. It was made for the International Movie Trailer Festival. 

The festival awards a prize of $3,000 for the best fake trailer for a totally fake movie. You can vote to help Ashlie and Co. win that kind dough by voting for "The Pill Girls" at this page. 

BONUS: "Drug-induced lesbian sadomasochism! She'll survive it. But she's ruined for all men!" . 

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