Synopsis by Rebecca Flint Marx
A film featuring Dee Dee Ramone, Jello Biafra, scantily clad women, and Corey Feldman doesn't come along everyday, but thanks to director Steven Grasse, there is such a film. Begun on atomfilms.com as streaming Internet shorts made for an ad agency by the name of Gyro Worldwide, Bikini Bandits' earliest claim to fame was that it featured four top-heavy, bikini-wearing, gun-toting young women. In their first feature film, the girls are let loose in a fearsome big city, where they fight off the baddies with a combination of smarts, provocative swim wear, and heavy artillery. Bikini Bandits: The Movie was screened in all its lurid glory at the 2002 Philadelphia Festival of World Cinema.
bikini, biker, good-vs-evil, weapons, women