Synopsis by Robert Firsching
This violent teen action film from Texan director Frederic P. Watkins concerns a shy young girl named Missy (Lisa-Gabrielle Green) leading a double life. In her spare time, the quiet student is a member of "The Sisterhood," a vigilante-type sorority which beats up other girls for various offenses such as drug use and prostitution. But Missy has a split personality thanks to an abusive childhood, and eventually begins murdering "sinners," proclaiming herself to be an avenging angel of God. This disappointing regional effort also contains the obligatory murder of a lesbian gym coach and an undercover police officer who wouldn't fool any real teenager. The fight scenes upon which the film rests are atrocious, featuring amateurish kickboxing and clumsily-staged fisticuffs which make Brutal Fury a cinematic ordeal for completists only.
hunting, cult, detective, gangster, high-school, investigation, killing, lesbianism, murder, rampage, rape, revenge, teenagers, undercover