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  • Doalfe

    Norma (Nichole M. Hiltz) is the main antagonist in the 2008 horror film "Trailer Park of Terror", which is based on the Imperium Comics series.

    Norma lives in a trailer park along with her boyfriend.  When her boyfriend is harrassed and killed by the members of the trailer park, Norma attempts to flee.  However, she is met by the Devil (Trace Adkins) who offers her a chance at revenge in exchange for her soul.  She goes back to the trailer park and slaughters every last resident with a shotgun.  When she is finished, she blows up the trailer park with her in it.  However, she is now condemned to collect souls for the devil along with her trailer park mates.

    Time goes on, and Norma is now known as the Queen of the trailer park.  A school bus …

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    Dasha (Skiptrace)

    June 13, 2020 by Doalfe

    Dasha (Eve Torres) is a henchwoman in the 2016 Hong Kong comedy film "Skiptrace".  The original title is "Jue di tao wang".

    Dasha is an assassin for a Russian mafia and is nicknamed the "Siberian Terminator".  She and her boss kidnap Connor Watts (Johnny Knoxville) because he has a gamlbing debt, and he is responsible for getting the kingpin's daughter pregnant.

    Bennie Chan (Jackie Chen) resuces Connor and a fight takes place with Dasha inside a packing warehouse.  At one point, Dasha tries to make her way through some metal bars.  She gets stuck between the bars because her boobs are too large.  You hear the rubber squeeking as she struggles to get free.  A stop in the fight ensues, as Bennie leans in looking at her struggling and asks "Siz…

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    Ginger, Honey, and Sugar are secondary antagonists in the 1978 comedy sexploitation film “Cheerleaders Beach Party).  They are played by Ginger (Cheri Southie), Honey (Shoshana Ascher), and Sugar (Malvina Golden).

    Ginger, Honey, and Sugar are the stuck-up, sleezy cheerleaders from State U., that are being paid by Mr. Langley (John Hart) to lure football players from Rambling U.  When Rambling’s coach believes he can do nothing to stop the recruiting, the Rambling cheerleaders (Monica, Toni, Sissy, and Sheryl) work together to stop it.  

    The first they appear in the film is when they stroll up the beach while the football players are playing a game of touch football.  The guys all stop their game and come over to talk to them.

    The first meetin…

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  • Doalfe

    Blofeld’s Angels of Death are henchwomen from the 1969 James Bond film, On Her Majesty’s Secret Service.  

    The Angels of Death are twelve beautiful women from all over the world who serve as henchwomen for Irma Bunt (Ilse Steppat).  They are being brainwashed by supervillain, Ernst Stavro Bofeld (Telly Savalas) under the guise of allergy treatment.  The girls were being offered free treatment in exchange for being used as guinea-pigs in Blofeld’s groundbreaking research.  In essence they are being used as potential sleeper agents.  

    The girls are being held at the clinical allergy-research institute atop Piz Gloria in the Swiss Alps.  Their mission is to help Blofeld contaminate and ultimately sterilize the world’s food supply according to t…

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    Lynne (Transylmania)

    April 28, 2020 by Doalfe

    Lynne (Jennifer Lyons) is a possessed antagonist who turns back to good in the 2009 comedy film "Transylmania".  Transylmania is actually the third installment of the Dorm Daze series.

    Lynne is a lusty airhead who is part of a group of American students who decide to head to Romania for a semester abroad to study inside a castle at Razvan University.  

    Lynne is the girlfriend of Newmar (Tony Denman), and the two like to roleplay a lot.  This leads Lynn into several quirky situations, including her dressing as a cheerleader while Newmar is a football player.  

    Lynne finds a magical music box that is possessed by the soul of Stephania (Simon Petric), a 16th century evil sorceress.  Lynne accidentally gets a drop of her blood onto the jewel in t…

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