Tuesday, September 10, 2013

Sister Lulu (2001)

Director: Philip John

Writer: Philip John

Composer: Kris Jenkins

Starring: Siwan Morris, Joanne McQuinn, Greg Cullen, Sian Hughes, Maurice Hunter, Caroline Laskowska

More info: IMDb

Tagline: A lethal tale of nun-upmanship

Plot:  A buried alive nun awaits her sadistic savior (Sister Lulu (McQuinn)) to save her from certain death.  To kill some time, she tells us how she got there.

My rating: 9/10 (I'd give it a 10 out of 10 but it's too short.  I want more!!!)

Will I watch it again? YES!!!

Part of the Nunsploitation Project (July & August 2013). Click here for more naughty nun insanity!

Boy, is this the shot in the arm I needed after having seen sub-par Nunsploitation pictures over the last couple of weeks. 

All I really need to say is just take 4 minutes and watch the the crazy short and crazy entertaining short film.  I don't know who Philip John is but the dude's on my radar.  This is a tight short film without a wasted moment.  It's quick, to the point, thrilling (I couldn't wait to see what was going to happen next), sexy and it grabs you by the short & curlies and doesn't let go until the credits roll.  OK, I'll say it again.  Just take 4 minutes and watch the damn thing.  You'll be a better human being for it.  May your future contributions to society be as fun as this one.  Thank you, Philip John, whoever you are.

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