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Controversial revenge tale Girls Against Boys to receive limited theatrical release in February

Dec. 20, 2012by: Eric Walkuski
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Enjoy tales of women taking revenge against their male tormenters? Then this one is probably up your alley.

Anchor Bay Films has announced that the controversial SXSW hit GIRLS AGAINST BOYS will be opening theatrically in New York and Los Angeles on February 1st.

When Shae (Danielle Panabaker), a nave college student, is tormented by several men in a matter of days, she reaches her breaking point, and is drawn into coworker Lus (Nicole LaLiberte) twisted plan for revenge. Together, the two embark on a gruesome killing spree, terrorizing and brutally murdering not just their attackers, but any man who gets in their way. However, after a wild weekend of retaliation, the friendship between the girls shifts into a dangerous obsession, and their perverse game becomes a desperate struggle for Shae to maintain control against Lus deadly and seductive influence.

Written and directed by acclaimed director Austin Chick (XX/XY, August) Girls Against Boys stars Danielle Panabaker (The Crazies), Nicole LaLiberte (HBOs How to Make It in America), Andrew Howard (Limitless), Michael Stahl-David (Cloverfield), and Liam Aiken (Lemony Snickets A Series of Unfortunate Events).

You can check out eight minutes of footage from the film below. We'll keep you posted if additional cities are added to the release.

Extra Tidbit: Check out the gams on Danielle!

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1:41PM on 12/20/2012
Horror films need to present women as monsters more often. Such films warn men to behave themselves. Such films empower female viewers by letting them vicariously explore their dark sides in the same way that male viewers often experience catharsis though horror cinema. Such films warn men that women are just as monstrous and bestial as themselves. All humans are noble and ugly animals. Neither gender has moral highground on the other.
Horror films need to present women as monsters more often. Such films warn men to behave themselves. Such films empower female viewers by letting them vicariously explore their dark sides in the same way that male viewers often experience catharsis though horror cinema. Such films warn men that women are just as monstrous and bestial as themselves. All humans are noble and ugly animals. Neither gender has moral highground on the other.
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