Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
The Lovedolls are back and this time they're not going down without rocking the whole town in director David Markey's outrageous, punk-infused sequel to the 1984 cult hit Desperate Teenage Lovedolls. Kitty Carryall (Jennifer Schwartz) was wasting away in a booze-soaked depression until acid frenzied religious cult leader Patch Christ (Janet Housden) came along. Once again empowered by the spirit of rock and roll, the freshly recharged pair recruit Sunset Boulevard streetwalker Alexandria "Cheetah" Axethrasher to take over for the recently departed Bunny Tremelo (Hilary Rubens). Things get complicated though when New Mexico-based Freedom School alum Rainbow Tramaine (Steven McDonald) discovers that his twin brother took his own life after breaking big with the Lovedolls, and with the mother of She Devils leader Patricia Ann Colverfield (Tracy Lea) out for blood and obsessive Lovedolls fan Carl Celery (Jeff McDonald) hatching a plan to take out Brews Springstien (Jordan Schwartz), there's no telling what kind of rock and roll madness is yet to come. Special appearances by Bangle Vicki Peterson, Dead Kennedy's front-man Jello Biafra, and The Seeds' Sky Saxon ensures that this gonzo sequel will surely earn a warm spot in the clothespin-pierced heart of punk-rock die-hards.
band [music group], glam-rock