|Vintage Pulp||Oct 25 2010|
Women’s prison is such a rollercoaster ride. One minute you’re enjoying a water fight with other beautiful cons in the communal shower; the next you’re getting the rubber glove slapdown from a Barbie-coiffed matron. But with a little teamwork you can escape, even if you happen to be handcuffed to someone you don’t particularly like at first. Black Mama White Mama isn’t quite The Defiant Ones, but it’s got Pam Grier and Margaret Markov fleeing a blaxploitation neverland located somewhere between Hazzard County, Nicaragua, and the South China Sea, so it’s all good fun. It’s also got the killer Turkish one sheet you see above, which was made its run as Kadinlar Cehennemi, which means "women hell." Exactly. If you like b-movies, carve out a little time to watch this flick. It isn't particularly deep, but then neither are we.