Santiago (Matias Oviedo) is a loser. He is a DJ at Che's club, and always had an infatuation with that mysterious Tango dancer. He volunteers for the job. Che is amused that Santiago believes he can bring in MGW, but gives him 24 hours to complete the task....or else! Santiago is kinda capable for this job...he is a gamer and once mowed down a dozen bad guys with eight bullets in a pirated video game. As Santiago gets closer to the MGW, he witnesses her bloody quest for justice first hand. Now, falling in love with this goddess, Santiago must wrestle with a choice... Does he complete his task, or does he try to get MGW to kill Che? Uh oh....Che is not stupid, he has already taken measures to ensure Santiago will stay on task. Of course, MGW starts on her quest to kill Che, but it won't be without cost. Our beautiful protagonist will be put in much peril, as Che plans further humiliation for her. As MGW shows a hint of a human side, Che pounces, determined to make her a love toy again before executing her.
Sunday, May 3, 2015
Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman, Exploitation from Chile
A sultry Tango dancer turned deadly hit-woman! It's time this blog pay more attention to exploitation films from Chile. Thus we examine 2012's "Bring Me the Head of the Machine Gun Woman." Clad in hooker boots, fishnet stockings, and little else, Chile's most expensive assassin, played quite capably by Fernanda Urrejola, goes through Chilean mobsters like the proverbial crap through a goose. Shot like a comic book, director Ernesto Diaz Espinoza gives us a heartwarming story of vengeance and justice.