Decades ago, the Market Street Cinema was a prestigious first run
theatre - but it has since been turned into a strip club, which most of
the place sealed off from the public altogether.
20 years ago, stripper
Baby Doll (Natasha Talonz) took a couple of customers who were having a
birthday party down to the basement for a bit more privacy - but
unfortunately, these customers were psychopaths, and they slaughtered her
Now a filmcrew wants to make a movie in the club, and the
owner (Mike Gleason) is more than happy to accomodate them ... but then
things get weird: Things start disappearing, the filmed footage seems to
change with each viewing, everybody on cast and crew seems to feel a weird
presence ... and occasionally, there's a stripper on stage who's just not
supposed to be there and who, when followed, vanishes into thin air.
day, psychic reader Lady Zee (Debra Lamb) finds stripper clothes in her
apartment she has no explanation for, clothes she feels weirdly drawn to,
though. A short time later, she receives a call from the Market Street
Cinema film team to do a psychic reading at the place, and it all starts
to make sense. At the psychic reading, she immediately notices a ghostly
presence at the place, that of Baby Doll, the murdered stripper whose body
has never been found. But despite trying as hard as she does, Lady Zee
just can't figure out what Baby Doll might want - so she asks her nephew
Sean (Trevor O'Donnell) to infiltrate the filmteam to do some ground
research. Only later does she realize she has put her nephew in mortal
danger - too late, because now all hell breaks loose ...
pleasant piece of low budget horror weirdness: Basically, The G-String
Horror is an unusual mix of documentary footage (interviews, a psychic
reading by veteran horror actress Debra Lamb who's also an actual psychic
reader, ...), shock sequences that are often enjoyable crude (especially
the finale), and a bit of sleaze thrown in for good measure(hey, it's set
in a stripclub, so you would expect come topless dancing, wouldn't you?) -
the result somehow resembles "found footage meets 80's
Eurohorror" ... and it works, it's fun genre entertainment with an
enjoyably unusual twist to it!