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Bordello Death Tales

UK 2009
produced by
segment Ripper: Steve Barnes, Laura Eaves, James Eaves; segment Stitchgirl: Debbie Attwell, Alan Ronald; segment Vice Day: Pippa Higgins, Pat Higgins; for Amber Pictures, Jinx Media
directed by segment Ripper: James Eaves; segment Stitchgirl: Alan Ronald; segment Vice Day: Pat Higgins
starring Natalie Milner; segment Ripper: Stuart Gregory, Faye Baker, Tina Barnes, Nick Rendell, Helen Chapman, Jane Godden; segment Stitchgirl: Eleanor James, Julian Lamoral-Roberts, The Actionettes; segment Vice Day: Danielle Laws, Cy Henty, James Mitchell
segment Ripper: written by James Eaves, music by Bob Bradley; segment Stitchgirl: written by Alan Ronald, music by the Skidmore College ORchestra/Carrie Rehkopf, song by Eli Stone; segment Vice Day: written by Pat Higgins, music by Phil Sheldon

Death Tales

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Madame Raven (Natalie Milner) runs a very exclusive brothel where she makes sure that every customer gets exactly what he wishes for ...

  • Ripper: Graham (Stuart Baker) is a prostitute killer, one who claims he only does it to relieve the tension - well, he doesn't tell Madame Raven that, but she sees right away that he needs an obedient girl, a girl like Lilian (Faye Baker) - but Graham soon finds out there's more to Lilian than just the timid girl she seems to be ...
  • Stitchgirl: Dr. Whale (Julian Lamoral-Roberts) has a very specific girl in mind he orders pretty much à la carte - and when Madame Raven doesn't have one in stock to please him, she just stitches one together from other girls ...
  • Vice Day: When during a private session, camgirl Destiny (Danielle Laws) is asked by her client to look at his cam as well, she's more than a little surprised to find it's campaigning politician Daniel Cain (Cy Henty) on the other end of the line, who might risk anything if their cybersex encounter would come out even - and he didn't even have to reveal himself ... but today, he claims, it's vice day. He has just cheated death one more time in a game of Russian roulette, so he (in his eyes) has every right to be a sinner for a day. But there's something more sinister to Daniel Cain ...

First and foremost, Bordello Death Tales is a lot less sleazy than the title makes it sound - sure, the movie has its fair share of bare breasts, but then again, which movie hasn't? Anyways, Bordello Death Tales is actually more of a collection of macabre (and sometimes quite gory) little stories all revolving around Madame Raven's little spooky brothel, and due to their macabre twists, black humour and moral endings, they are probably best comparable to classic Tales from the Crypt. Stylistically, all three shorts are beautifully filmed and put more emphasis on subtlety than actual shocks (though especially Ripper has its fair share of the latter, too). Most of all though, the individual stories and the film as a whole are good genre fun.



review © by Mike Haberfelner


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