Girls Gone Dead Hits Home Video July 17th with Ryan Keely and Ron Jeremy

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from – Described as a hilarious throwback to the sexy 80s’ comedy/horror flicks, Girls Gone Dead centers around six beautiful high school friends reuniting for spring break during their freshman year in college — only to find a sadistic killer with a medieval war hammer has targeted them.

With a cast filled with notorious celebs and personalities – such as Jerry Lawler (“WWE Raw”), Beetlejuice and Sal ‘The Stockbroker’ Governale of “The Howard Stern Show”, Ron Jeremy, Iron Maiden’s Nicko McBrain, scream queen Linnea Quigley, YouTube-reviewer Shawn C. Phillips (one of my personal favs) and a passel of Penthouse Pets like Ryan Keely and Janessa Brazil – this is certain to add some sizzle to your summer.

While usually not my kind of film, Bloody Disgusting has an exclusive look at the trailer that’s jam-packed with blood, boobs and plenty of bang. It’ll all hit home video July 17th. Extras listed inside alongside the trailer and synopsis.

“Rebecca is set to spend her first Spring Break home from college with her old high school cheer-leading friends. As luck would have it, the group of six sexy girls have been granted the usage of a rental property in the Florida coastal town of Manatee Creek. However, they are soon to find that their vacation may be anything but… Just down the road, in Daytona Beach; “Crazy Girls Unlimited” — a company famous for its drunken topless DVD releases — has been throwing an event for their latest video series. However, the shoot ended early when a war-hammer-wielding killer showed up to end the festivities.

Unaware of what has transpired, Rebecca and her friends decide to throw a Spring Break Free-For-All, but the girls get more than they bargained for when, one by one, the party-goers begin to disappear. It seems that an uninvited stranger has been cutting the guest list – literally – and it’s everyone for themselves in this hysterical, splatter-tastic flick.”

Extras: Extensive Making-of Featurettes: “Wyld Willee’s – A Tale of Two Bars” Featurette (featuring an interview with Nicko McBrain), “Beetlejuice The Director” – Short Featurette, “Sal’s Fried Chicken Prank” – Short Featurette;Outtakes/Bloopers; Deleted and Alternate Scenes; 4 Music Videos including: “Three Words” by Amber Pacific; “All Signs Point to Lauderdale” by A Day to Remember; “Rescue Me” by Hawthorne Heights and “A Crush is a Crush” by Victorian Halls; Audio Commentary with Director/Editor Michael A. Hoffman; Producer Ryan Dee; Writer Meghan Jones and Composer Ryan Copt.

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