BY EMILY GAGNE
THE DL: Two different sets of gals are stalked by a serial killer named Stuntman Mike, who uses his skull-adorned 1971 Chevy Nova to exert his horndog, misogynistic urges.
RESIDENT BAMF: Really, any of the stuntwomen who cruise through the second, revenge flick-esque section (the first half is very slow burning slasher). But my personal fave is probably Zoe Bell’s Zoe. The woman behind all of The Bride’s stunts basically plays her badass self (see: the same name), climbing atop the hood of a speeding Dodge Challenger to play a possibly fatal game of Ship’s Mast.
WHAT A QT! (CLASSIC QUENTIN MOMENT): The opening sequence, which centres on a pair of lady feet tapping the dashboard of a hot rod. ‘Nuff said.
PLAY THAT FUNKY MUSIC: “Chick Habit” by April March. Cheeky and brutally feminist, this peppy pop track pretty much summarizes the movie, both in terms of plot and feel.
Oh, you know I can’t let you go. Not without tappin’ that ass!