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GIRLFIGHT: The Official Movie Magazine

 

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CONTENTS

FEATURES

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p<>{color:#FFF;}. BEHIND THE SCENES ……………………. 4

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p<>{color:#FFF;}. THE BRUTAL CAGE OF DEATH ………. 14

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p<>{color:#FFF;}. INTERVIEW WITH MOONLIGHT …….. 17

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p<>{color:#FFF;}. GIRLFIGHT MERCHANDISE ……………. 23

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p<>{color:#F39;}. GIRLFIGHT:

THE OFFICIAL

MOVIE MAGAZINE

IS AN ANNUAL PRINT AND ONLINE PUBLICATION DESIGNED TO INTRODUCE FANS TO THE WORLD OF GIRLFIGHT WHERE GIRLS FIGHT TO THE DEATH INSIDE A BRUTAL STEEL CAGE TO PROVE WHO’S THE BEST.

 

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A WORLD OF EXCITING NON-STOP FIGHT ACTION AND ENDLESS AMOUNTS OF DVDS, BOOKS, SHIRTS, SHOES, HATS, & MORE AWAIT!

 

 

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Brandi Michelle’s (jade) commitment to the project, being the only girl to partake three times before Lindsey’s appearances, is the reason why the film is dedicated to the military and its veterans – Brandi is a veteran and was actively serving in the Kentucky National Guard throughout and after GIRLFIGHT’s production.

 

Parkersburg News & Sentinel ran an article about an another edition of the book featuring Maxim model & VH1 Mob Wives star Marissa Jade Fiore in January 2017. See the ad on page 15.

GET A BEHIND THE SCENES LOOK AT GIRLFIGHT

Get an inside look to the making of GIRLFIGHT and see how the footage was crisper than released in the film.

March 5, 2017

 

CINCINATTI, OHIO – Seizing on an opportunity where he is often the laughing stock of online trolls due to his high-functioning autism, the GIRLFIGHT Producer has just released the entire 5.5 hour collection of the raw, uncut and unedited footage as it was filmed during the production of GIRLFIGHT: INVITE, which later was renamed to GIRLFIGHT. The 4-part DVD collection is sold on Amazon.com and is called GIRLFIGHT: Behind the Scenes.

The footage is being released due to the major misunderstanding that GIRLFIGHT was supposed to look like a snuff film, where the girls were depicted as really fighting and killing each other. Critics raved that the film looked like an elementary school project, which would be true of a snuff film, yet they ignored the obvious.

“They done it on purpose and knew better. They were rejected cast members still bitter about being denied paid roles and took to the interweb to try and discredit GIRLFIGHT, its cast and crew, to sabotage its release. It only made it successful in less than a year of being released and one of our cast members is currently attached to a Hollywood talent agency.”

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ABOUT THE SERIES

 

The first part of the 4-part series,

GIRLFIGHT: BEHIND THE SCENES.

 

GIRLFIGHT: Behind the Scenes is the action-packed educational series everyone’s been waiting for!

 

Witness for the first time ever the raw, uncut and unedited footage to the production of GIRLFIGHT: INVITE. Watch GIRLFIGHT made LIVE AS IT HAPPENED!

 

Share with the cast some of the laughs and “WTF” moments of the absurd, tongue-and-cheek slapstick comedy for which Kelcey is known.

 

You’ll see the cast and crew laugh at each other, at Kelcey, and even Kelcey laughing at them.

 

You’ll see the struggles the cast and crew ran into while making the “worst horror movie” that went on to sell a single extra-feature-rich copy for $2,999.99 and later sold copies with a lot less features at $19.99, $29.99, and even $39.99.

 

Learn how NOT to make a movie, from the Director’s “authoritarian” directorial style to a clueless cast and crew all while getting along and having fun! This special edition DVD has been specially-priced for Educators and Students of all film schools world-wide so you won’t make the same mistakes this fat-ass idiot schmuck of a director made! Of course, we have also made it available to the public as a great party piece so beer pong and chilling with your friends or even “GIRLFIGHT and chill” with your girl will never be the same again!

 

And you want to know what the best part about all of it is?

 

The DVD went from one of the bestselling concept films to the “worst movie ever made” commercially and finally landed cult status – all this success in less than one year of being released!

 

The cover to the companion book,

GIRLFIGHT: BEHIND THE SCENES.

 

Don’t forget to check out the specially-priced companion book also titled GIRLFIGHT: Behind the Scenes, available from GIRLFIGHTMOVIE.COM and wherever books are sold!

 

WHERE TO FIND

GIRLFIGHT: BEHIND THE SCENES

 

DVD Series: |

Part I: Moonlight’s Fights:

 

Part II: Rachel’s Fight:

 

Part III: Jade’s Fight:

 

Part IV: The Extra Shit:

 

Book Companion, 458 pages, color, Hardcover:

[+ www.lulu.com/shop/kelcey-coe/girlfight-behind-the-scenes/hardcover/product-22993869.html+]

 

On Facebook: www.facebook.com/girlfightmovie

 

Web site: www.girlfightmovie.com

 

 

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Still, no one has EVER seen much of the unedited 1080p HD footage that had to be scaled down for both online streaming and DVD distribution. The footage was shot using the 24fps PAL format so some added flicker would occur that would add to the “found footage” feel when played back on most US DVD players and TVs, which are programmed to work with the NTSC signal.

 

“But I also didn’t want to sacrifice some of the crispier shots either so I didn’t add a lot of pixilation and scratches and hairlines that you’ll see on older VHS tapes. Honestly, I really should have done that.”

 

That version, he says, will be released separately in the future for horror fans to have a “pure, unadulterated horror experience” that will welcome GIRLFIGHT as a worthy contender in the horror film industry.

 

The audio was recorded using stereo and some versions were up synced to include surround sound.

 

“I ran into a bunch of sound issues that were both my fault and the fault of Amazon’s encoding system. The change in volume was my fault due to the master file being a bunch of encoded files wrapped into one. Amazon didn’t seem to like the surround sound either.”

In fact, having a master file of already encoded video files added to the snuff look and feel of the film.

 

“The bitrate varied per video and seemed to always be different so earlier versions were even out of sync.

Which is fine if your audience realizes this is found snuff footage but they didn’t and did not hold back

on telling the world about their thoughts.”

 

Cabin in the Woods

 

Contrary to what the producer told the girls, the short film wasn’t shot at his residence.

 

“You think I’m that stupid? We filmed in the front yard of my parents’ party cabin in the woods. I felt that doing so would heighten the horror vibe when I finally announced this, as I am doing now. So that is why I used ‘Forbidden Forest’ as the name of the setting. Add to the fact that a f’ugly older fat dude is asking them to be a part of a GIRLFIGHT film in the middle of nowhere and yes it captured the mood and atmosphere quite well. It was all an act that I took heat for in the short end and it worked great in the long run. “

 

The producer adds that future horror projects will likely be filmed out there for the added horror value.

 

Authoritarian Directorial Style

 

There are times when the director will come off as cold, mean and impatient.

 

“The way I see it, for anyone who owns the complete collection of the Battle Royale Blu-ray, if the director of that film can treat the kids the way he did in the behind the scenes footage, then adult women can handle my style. I was nowhere near that. No one shed a tear in GIRLFIGHT unless the pollen levels were high or their

character was required to and you’ll see all of that in the footage.”

 

No One Was Hurt or Killed

 

Despite speculation that the “inspired by true events” was because GIRLFIGHT served as its own true events, this

was proven false. The fight scenes often depicted girls tackling other girls and running into the cage.

“As you’ll see a mattress was used for the tackling scenes. The only real blood shed was from a surface scratch from an encounter with the cage or someone’s braces hitting against their lip. I offered first aid and the actresses refused, like Leonardo Dicaprio did in his famous bleeding hand scene in Django: Unchained, citing that

it would add to the look and feel of the fight.”

 

“But a lot of us did get sick and dehydrated. That just comes with the territory. I was involved as an extra in a

MTV series shot in Florida in August and all we did was walk back and forth for about 4 hours between standing and waiting for our que. I blacked out several times as I walked off the set, which is near the end of the Universal

Studios theme park. All of us, including principal talent, were sweating and dragging our feet off the set due to the

brutal heat during those four hours, which ran from 7am to 11am that day. And we even had water available to us. You couldn’t stay hydrated in Florida unless you were born there it seemed.”

 

Shaky Cam, Dark Shadows, Flawed Angles, Odd Editing, and Decomposed Shots

 

<>. |<>\2. p<>{color:#000;}. One of the critiques of GIRLFIGHT involved its use of the “shaky cam” trick, where some footage was shot without using a tripod.

 

“It was all done to add to the look and feel. The shaky cam allowed us to get that ‘in the moment’ feel so fans could film the intensity and impact of each fight. There was footage where I did use a tripod. Understand this is a DSLR-made film where my lenses had a minimum focal length of 18mm and at most 200mm, mostly using 35-55mm focal length. So tripods don’t actually make sense when you’re right up on the girls and you’re working in a confined 10 foot by 10 foot set. Some shots were outside of the cage and some were overhead to make things interesting. I wanted to stay away from the wide master shots where I’m most comfortable with. A tripod often got in the way and had to be repositioned. We shot mainly starting at Noon and we noticed lighting changes after 4pm so we didn’t want the fight to flip back and forth between afternoon and evening.”

 

Some shots, especially when Rachel is pulling on the chain, were super decomposed and extremely blurred.

 

“That footage was actually crisper which presented a problem. Angel was supposed to be on the other side of the chain but we had the actress take a break. Everyone was told to drink water and no one listened so we needed too many breaks since soda dehydrated them a lot. So, no one was on the other end of the chain – Lexi was pulling a loose chain that she had to make you believe was strangling someone to death. I purposely zoomed in into the woods, so we’re seeing some blurry images of the forest overlaid with Rachel’s grunts and Angel’s gasps for breath she is being killed.”

 

At the beginning of Moonlight’s fight against Angel, the shadows extremely hide away her face.

|<>. p<>{color:#000;}. "I kept that on purpose but when I darkened the film by setting the opacity lower than 100% for this footage and overlayered all of the footage yet again with a pure black screen with its own opacity settings, yea, it makes the shadows too dark. But snuff films aren't usually made with production values either, especially many of the fake ones seen in the Many Faces of Death series or the incidental police shootings that Fox News recently accidently aired to its world-wide audience, where they’re just shot “on the fly”. I wanted people to realize Moonlight, although she’s so cute, is also a complete killer psycho. I even had clean, well-lit footage of Rachel taunting a fallen Angel but chose the darker side to show just how sinister she was.”

 

The critics took some jabs at the editing which he says the GIRLFIGHT: Behind the Scenes series will show there were good shots.

 

“Again, we’re trying to mix commercial aspect with an underground look and feel, come to a happy medium. Some of it was poorly edited. I wasn’t aware that snuff films had production values and that camera operators say “Hold on, don’t die yet, I have to change the angle.” But hey our critics think they know what they’re talking about. And they didn’t. And this DVD set proves that. We mostly used cutaways anyway, I did leave out a transitional action and instead used a dissolve to explain some time had passed during Moonlight’s slaughter of Jacki. So except for the few times a cutaway wasn’t used, I never knew a cutaway was considered poor editing [sarcasm intended].”

 

Some of the fights didn’t use the best angles. “Again, think snuff film. I didn’t want people to ask, “How the hell did they film this so well yet it really happened. Instead I wanted people to believe it really did happen. Now you’ll watch the behind the scenes footage and ask, “Why didn’t he use that angle?” And it’s because it would look more as a polished film than we were intending.” |

 

Sex Appeal Came with the Girls of GIRLFIGHT

GIRLFIGHT wasn’t originally intended to have the sex appeal it did. All the girls were told to wear fitness clothes, that could include sports bras and even tank tops. The definition of fitness clothes seems to vary per person.

I’ve went to gyms where fitness clothes meant a t-shirt and jogging pants. Then I’ve went to gyms where girls were side-less tank tops where I felt it was too revealing. And then there are the gyms where you’ll see either Rachel or Selena’s attire, and given we had people from so many different backgrounds, from metro to urban and rural, and given my own experiences. Hell I’ve been to beaches where the bikinis were more revealing than Moonlight’s attire… anything was fair game.”

The first screenplay, GIRLFIGHT, featuring Chella Bella on the cover. This was the intended vision of how the girls in GIRLFIGHT were to look until the Producer accepted each girls’ own translation. It is available for sale on Amazon and soon as a DVD. My vision was captured the best by Jade and Selena’s fight scene, sold as Part III: Jade’s Fight in the GIRLFIGHT: Behind the Scenes series. Then the second fight, Rachel against Angel when she was originally playing Cherry, Lexi interpreted that to include a bit more revealing than I had intended. Until then, all the girls had to go by was the published screenplay GIRLFIGHT which featured Ohio Model Chella Bella in a sports bra and running pants on the cover. So I sacrificed some good shots so the fans could see how muscular and fit her thighs were as she began to kill Angel. I wasn’t sexualizing Rachel, I was emphasizing her strength and Lexi’s choice in shorts allowed me to do this. You can see all of that in Part II: Rachel’s Fight in the GIRLFIGHT: Behind the Scenes series.”
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p<>{color:#000;}. But things really changed with Moonlight’s entry into GIRLFIGHT.

 

“Each actress was responsible for interpreting the assignments how they saw fit and wanted to be portrayed, especially when the weather was bad during Jade and Rachel’s fight scenes. None of their attire was provided so they could choose what to wear. We didn’t want the girls to feel uncomfortable. So, when Lindsey brought a pink bra by Victoria Secret I told her no unless we could accessorize it. It accurately fit her character’s “trailer park queen” backstory but I wasn’t sexualizing GIRLFIGHT and never did, even with her famous “bad girl” look that would later represent GIRLFIGHT. So, she added a fashionable tube top over it and the rest is history. Both her fights against Jacki and Angel can be found in Part I: Moonlight’s Fights in the GIRLFIGHT: Behind the Scenes series.”

 

Even when viewing the footage, it does appear that Moonlight was made into nothing more than a tease without ever being sexualized, quite the accomplishment in today’s world.

 

GIRLFIGHT isn’t sexploitation or whatever our bitter rejects want to throw at us. It’s simply about girls who want something so bad they’re willing to brutally kill each other for it. It’s funny how they were all for the project until I told them no pay or some of the girls they kept hitting on continuously rejected them or that a sexualized version would be totally acceptable if I didn’t make it and I’m over here like, “Hypocritical much?””

 

Visual and Special FX Overlooked

 

Much of the film didn’t look that good, although there were some hints it could have looked better than it did.

 

“I added some grain and scratches and all that plus layers and opacity settings to darken the film. I added some sharpening elements that seemed to be lost in translation when watched over a streaming network.”

 

One of the harshest critiques involved a rejected cast member claiming to be an outsider and poking fun at the use of gelatin in place of a human heart during a heart devouring scene.

 

“I grew up on a farm. I witnessed cows and chickens slaughtered for what would become our dinner for that night when I was much younger.

 

The look and feel of Moonlight eating a human heart resembles organs that are bloody when they come out of animal. The red blood color seems to always look like the gelatin did. Mix that in with all the visual effects and some people accustomed to their parents’ LED 3D HD TVs and OK, they’re not going to see what I see. HD has been a huge issue for film makers because nothing can ever look real again that was afforded using analog SD footage.”

 

Sinister, Underground Death Fights

 

Overall, everything was done to heighten the brutality and sinister demeanor of the characters.

 

“Like I always told the girls for motivation, the other girl wants to kill you, she wants what you want. Your life depends on it because for your characters it really does. Girls are vicious and this time you’re brutal as hell. So laugh now and behind the scenes because you’ll have better chemistry that way. You won’t hurt each other and you can still make it look like you hate each other.”

 

Rushed Released

 

Filming started and took place almost every weekend in April with one day in May. The DVD was released in late June. The film utilized natural lighting with no assistance. Overall, over 20 hours were spent on the production of what came about to be a 10 to 13 minute short film, with many of that being devoted to the title sequences and disclaimer screens. A future release will not have anything in front or behind it, including the credits, except to setup the story.

 

The Trolls Sold the Film

 

“Obviously trolls no longer live under a bridge. And why would they when their parents can hide them in dark, damp basements and throw down a XBOX, microwave, and tissues and, hey they’re good to go. So while they think they were sabotaging my film, they actually built the hype that got it some recognition. Free advertising is the best advertising.” |<>\2.
p<>{color:#000;}. ABOUT THE FILM: GIRLFIGHT

Sinister Rachel, played by Lexi Roth, taunts and challenges the girls of GIRLFIGHT. The film depicted brutal fights to the death inside a barbaric cage featuring an all-female cast.

 

Sinister fatal femme Rachel inVites four unlikely model hopefuls into an underground death fight inside a barbaric steel cage surrounded by razor-sharp barb-wire. An all-female nightmare horror concept short film inspired by true events!

 

The film was made in Ohio and features an all relatively unknown female cast. Headlining the film is Columbus model Lindsey McComb, Cincinnati model Lexi Roth, Kentucky model Brandi Michelle, Youngstown model Amanda DiCapo, and actress Becca Chanay. Actress Kelli Culbertson provided the voice for Raven in the film’s titular sequence. Brianna Culp, a model from Pennsylvania, is exclusive to the Hardcore Edition Extended Cut.

 

Jade, a military veteran, played by real-life veteran Brandi Michelle, delivers a deadly knee to emo girl, Selena, played by Brianna Culp. This fight only appears in GIRLFIGHT: HARDCORE EDITION EXTENDED CUT.

The film perpetuates a strong feminist message. GIRLFIGHT empowers women by shattering through the glass ceiling, opening doors to an all-female ensemble featuring many models and actresses from various genres put into movie roles in this deadly martial arts mashup typically oriented to males. They are often very strong, independent, and capable characters to which younger women can relate.

 

SYNOPSIS

Deep within the Forbidden Forest outside Buckeye City, Ohio, sinister fatal femme Rachel inVites four unlikely model hopefuls into an underground death fight inside a barbaric steel cage surrounded by razor-sharp barb-wire. The winner moves on to GirlFight: Model Kombat, granting the survivor a multimillion dollar contract with an international modeling agency.

 

Moonlight, played by Lindsey McComb, rips into a pregnant Jacki’s mouth with barb-wire as she holds her in a camel clutch wrestling move. Jacki is played by Becca Chanay. GIRLFIGHT featured only one character who was scantily clad despite critics crying the contrary.

WHERE TO FIND GIRLFIGHT:

 

BUY THE DVD:

[+ www.amazon.com/GirlFight-inVite-Lexi-Roth/dp/B01HR00LGI+]

 

On Facebook: www.facebook.com/girlfightmovie

 

 

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The MBA graduate didn’t release the footage just so he and the cast and crew can be laughed at.

 

Wants to Settle the Score

 

Because so many people missed that GIRLFIGHT was intended to ‘look and feel real,’ or what we call in the industry a ‘snuff film,’ the concept film was given unfairly poor reviews and sadly by rejected cast members who were exposed to some of the uncut footage.

 

“Let’s just say they knew better and it surely didn’t help their careers doing that.”

 

But the new footage shows that even the unfocused shots are in better focus than what has been seen. Viewers will also get a treat to the fun and laughter had during the production, as well as some frustrating moments that comes with making a film.

 

“In fact, I’ve been told we had too much fun and that most productions aren’t this fun to work on.”

 

Whether it’s the producer’s blunt direction or mixing adult humor to lighten the mood, there’s a lot of laughing behind the scenes and a lot more to laugh about.

 

A True Arthouse Film; Won’t be Shown in Festivals

 

“The intent of the snuff underground angle is to keep it out of the mainstream. Public viewing of what people think is a snuff film wouldn’t fly at any film festival. It would ruin its more arthouse style. The use of Amazon.com is warranted because, let’s face it, Amazon sells everything and many of our |<>\2.
p<>{color:#FFF;}. fans use the site. We want to be seen but only by our own audience, not someone else’s who

only wants to see their friends’ films.”

 

Committed Talent

 

“The talent all knew we were making an underground film to get investors for the feature film, widely promoted as an underground film. They were very excited to make the film. Many lost sleep because they had to get up as early as 6am, get into basic makeup, shower, and drive up to 4 hours to come on the set. Many were coming from populated cities to the middle of nowhere so they were nervous. Add to the fact a funny-talking, older fat dude uglier than anything ever imagined and boom, in the long run a great fantastic success. Which was great because like I told everyone we implored method acting, so being nervous when your characters are supposed to be nervous just made it all the better.”

 

“Some of our talent used method acting in real life too, even fooling me at times by trying to sound like they had a rough time on set. Some even bullied other girls, challenging them to get bitchy for their fights. It was all in good fun and all of these documents that every girl – and later some of our stalkers – had access to in the secret Facebook group can now be seen in the companion book, GIRLFIGHT: Behind the Scenes, available now in Hardback and officially as a softback this summer. All of this added to what made the GIRLFIGHT production so unique and artsy.”

 

“I am personally proud of all the girls that filmed for this and that’s why I continually give them free stuff.”

 

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GET AN INSIDE LOOK

BEHIND THE SCENES OF GIRLFIGHT

WITH THE

GIRLFIGHT: BEHIND THE SCENES

4-PART DVD SERIES!!!!

OVER 5.5 HOURS OF UNEDITED & UNCUT CONTENT IS WAITING FOR YOU!

AVAILABLE USING THE ORDER FORM IN THE BACK OF THIS MAGAZINE!

COMING SOON

GIRLS WRESTLING!

THE BRUTAL CAGE OF DEATH

Girl fight can be bought from walmart.com!

RUTHLESS & FOREBIDDING,

GALVANIZED STEEL

ENAMORED IN

RAZOR-SHARP

BARB-WIRE

WAITING TO TEAR AWAY

AT THEIR FLESH.

THIS SINISTER, DIABOLICAL

STRUCTURE OF PAIN,

WHERE MANY GIRLS

WILL ENTER

BUT ONLY ONE

COMES OUT ALIVE.

 

RAVEN

THEDIABOLICAL STRUCTURE OF PAINWAS REALLY A CHEAP 10 FOOT BY 10 FOOT DOG KENNEL. THE DOG KENNEL WAS NEVER STABILIZED SO NO MAJOR STUNTS COULD BE DONE DUE TO THE UNDURABILITY OF THE STRUCTURE WHICH WAS DESIGNED MAINLY FOR LOOKS ANYWAY.

 

THE SINISTER BARBARIC ENCLOSURE BEGAN AS A SERIES OF INTERCONNECTED GALVINIZED STEEL POSTS.

INTERVIEW WITH MOONLIGHT

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Played by Lindsey McComb

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Women fight because we hold grudges, we’re strong-willed & if you tell us we can’t something we’ll prove you wrong and do it anyway. We’re the dominant species.

 

Final thoughts?

 

Check out girlfight, it’s gonna be awesome! You guys definitely wanna see it and I’m in it! I wanna thank kelcey for this amazing experience! Girlfight! | <>. |<>.
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THE POSTS WERE SPRAYPAINTED JET BLACK TO EMPHASIZE A DEMONIC YET GLOSSY LOOK. THIS THICK LAYER OF GLOSSY BLACK GAVE THE CAGE AN EDGIER, COOL LOOK THAT APPEALLED TO THE MILLENNIAL GENERATION YET THE CAGE WAS NEVER MEANT TO BE WELCOMING AND ALWAYS HORRIFYING.

 

THE FENCING ITSELF WAS ROLL-PAINTED WITH A DARKER SHADE OF PINK TO GIVE IT A GRUNGEY, FEMINIST VIBE.

 

IT ADDED TO THE ILLUSION OF BEING AN ALLURING STRUCTURE OF DEMONIC AND SINISTER FORCESALMOST AS IF IT WERE ITS OWN BREATHING ANIMAL.

 

BY ROLLING THE PAINT THE FENCING

APPEARED TO HAVE JAGGED EDGES, AS IF IT WERE ONCE RUSTED AND REPAINTED AGAIN, TO GIVE IT A SENSE OF DANGER. THE FENCING WAS SLIGHTLY SHARP AND DID, A FEW TIMES, SCRATCH THE GIRLS BUT NOTHING SERIOUS BEYOND A

SURFACE SCRATCH.

 

THE “RAZOR-SHARP BARB WIREWAS A STRINGY PROP. WHEN STRETCHED TIGHT IT REALLY APPEARED LIKE BARB-WIRE.

 

THE RUSTIC LOOK GAVE IT A FEEL FOR THE DANGEROUS AND ONLY ADDED TO THE HORRIFYING LOOK AND FEEL OF THIS MONSTEROUS STRUCTURE.

LIKE THIS FREE CHAPTER FROM THE BEHIND THE SCENES BOOK? GET MORE BEHIND THE SCENES MERCHANDISE IN THE MERCHANDISE SECTION ON PAGE 21!!!

GIRLFIGHT MERCHANDISE

DVDS

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EACH DVD IS $20!!!!! | <>. |<>.
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p={color:#FFF;}. DVD03 JESSI JUNE | <>. |<>\3.
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EACH DVD IS $20!!!!!


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DVDS

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|<>\2. p={color:#FFF;}. DVD07 PART 1: MOONLIGHT’S FIGHTS

106 MINUTES $30.00

 

DVD08 PART 2: RACHEL’S FIGHT

113 minutes $40.00

 

DVD09 PART 3: JADE’S FIGHT

64 minutes $20.00

 

DVD10 PART 4: THE EXTRA SHIT

61 minutes $20.00

 

DVD11 GIRLFIGHT GAG REEL

87 minutes, $30.00 | <>. |<>\3.
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DVD12 MODEL COMBAT, X

CONTAINS A PHOTO GALLERY OF THE 2 GIRLS ON THE COVER |<>.
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DVD13 MODEL COMBAT, Y

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2.25inches

 

Girlfight

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Playing cards

 

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GIRLFIGHT SCREENPLAY

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GIRLFIGHT

MOVIE SCRIPT

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GIRLFIGHT: The Official Movie Magazine

Issue 1 serves as the Special Introductory Issue as a companion to the hottest selling short film in history. Inside this issue you'll find an exclusive interview with cover bad girl Moonlight; a behind the scenes look into how GIRLFIGHT sold a $3,000 DVD; a free chapter from the Behind the Scenes book illustrating how the brutal fight cage was designed and crafted; BONUS posters and collector cards of your favorite fighters; and a merchandise guide that's out of this world! 28 pages.

  • Author: Kelcey Coe
  • Published: 2017-03-01 04:05:22
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