Twisted Sisters

"OK"

Twisted Sisters Review


I have to admit, the only reason I watched this film was for the awful (in a good way) title. That and the name of the leading lady is Fiona Horsey, which gives me a perverse little thrill.

Horsey plays Jennifer, a diligent office worker who nonetheless wears her skirts a bit too short. Suddenly, people start dying in her vicinity (namely men whose crotches are chopped out), and Jennifer is fingered as always being around at the scene of the crime. Only she wasn't there. She's a good girl with, it turns out, a baby on the way.

By the title you can probably see where this is headed, and soon enough we find out that there are two girls, an identical twin/adoption setup that's one of cinema's most tired cliches.

Pile on some bad special effects, a crotchless-heavy body count, and an ending that you can see coming from a mile away and you're left with another direct-to-video thriller that's memorable mainly for its star's fruitless attempt to cover herself up during the nude scenes.



Twisted Sisters

Facts and Figures

Run time: 97 mins

In Theaters: Saturday 14th January 2006

Reviews

Contactmusic.com: 2.5 / 5

IMDB: 4.2 / 10

Cast & Crew

Director: Wolfgang Büld

Producer: Wolfgang Büld

Starring: Fiona Horsey as Jennifer / Norah, Andrew Southern as Alan, Paul Conway as DI Caffrey

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