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Yikes. This is the kind of movie that doesn’t just make you cringe, it makes you cross your legs and cover your nether regions with as much arms as possible, especially if you’re a guy. This is, to put it politely, an anti-phallic revenge fantasy fueled by the desire to do as much harm to as many men as possible.
A young co-ed named Shae (Danielle Panabaker) has a very rough time with the guys she meets. As a bartender, she’s perennially hit on, talked down to, and ogled by men who look and smell like something under the bar. She dates psychos (literally) who rape her in the full light of day (I am not exaggerating here). Her ex-lover leaves her for his wife, but not before he almost rapes her.
Yes, this is the set up for Girls Against Boys. Needless to say, it does not go well for any of the men in the story, especially since Shae teams up with the seductive Lu (Nicole LaLiberte) who knows a thing or two about making men quiver, squirm, and scream for mercy.
Shae and Lu go on a killing spree, luring and seducing men and then torturing and murdering them because . . . all men are bad, bad, bad, bad and need to be stopped by two knife-wielding lesbians.
It’s pretty over-the-top, even for a horror movie, and I can’t say that the movie does itself any favors by painting its characters into situations that are so obscene and extreme that you want to call the authorities for them.
Freshly dumped females might enjoy this movie. As for the rest of us, it’s probably best we stay away. This is the stuff of sexual nightmares.