The Bare Wench Project

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The Bare Wench Project Review


As Blair Witch Project spoofs go, The Bare Wench Project is simultaneously one of the most insulting and appealing send-ups made. Starring four strippers/Playmates (ostensibly some of the oldest "sorority sisters" you've ever seen), our heroines venture into the woods in search of the Bare Wench, a spirit with the sole power of making you horny. It's absolutely hilarious to watch them find sex toys arranged in "spooky" shapes, or a tree littered with lingerie... but best of all are the outtakes that run during the closing credits, wherein Antonia Dorian is unable to blurt out even the simplest of lines, take after take after take.


The Bare Wench Project

Facts and Figures

Run time: 76 mins

In Theaters: Tuesday 16th May 2000

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 3 / 5

IMDB: 2.8 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director:

Producer:

Starring: as Nikki, Julie K. Smith as Chloe, as Lori, as Toni, as Mike Blye, as Dick Bigdickian, as Lunk, as The Bare Wench, Chuck Cirino as Pine Cone Guy

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