Strongman Pictures Entertainment announce the release of the long awaited female wrestling, exploitation action flick, From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl (aka Fight Like a Girl) on DVD and VOD platforms across Australia on August 19th, and the UK and USA early 2016.
After almost 9 years the wrestle-apocalypse has finally arrived. From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl is a back-breaking body slam of exploitation movie madness no fan of alternative cinema should miss. With it’s combination of beautiful wrestling women, slimy corporate monsters, blood soaked everything, and a quirky sense of humor, From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl seems destined to take a place in the annals of HollyWeird cult cinema.
From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl is distributed by Monster Pictures AU and will be available through JB HIFI and selected retailers from August 19. It can be preordered from JB Hifi here. Monster Pictures UK will release the film in the UK and Camp Motion Pictures will release in North America early in 2016.
About From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl:
The wrestle-apocalypse is nigh. As a young girl Charlie sees her Daddy, a Pro Wrestling Champion, die in the ring. It starts her quest to become a wrestler in his memory. No easy task in the face of disapproval from her boyfriend, a pesky day job, and a boss who runs her into the ground. It doesn’t seem like Charlie will ever find time to chase her dreams.
When Charlie’s psycho boss steals unstable military technology and unleashes homicidal minions on an unsuspecting world Charlie has no choice but to bring the body slams and take these murderous Jabronis for a stroll down smack down boulevard.
Fight like a girl, it’s the end of the world.
Premiering in Melbourne, Australia at The Thornbury Theatre in January this year From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl entertained a sold out audience with it’s 80s aesthetics, sense of fun and action, and ambitious scope for a DIY film project.
From Parts Unknown: Fight Like a Girl was produced by Melbourne based production company Strongman Pictures Entertainment, and written, directed and edited by Daniel Armstrong. Armstrong’s previous film is the international cult hit Murderdrome – the world’s first roller derby horror movie, which hit a chord with alternative cinema fans world wide.