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There’s something delightful about watching the camp and extreme elements and personalities on display and with Death Drop Gorgeous  the ugly side of the beauty is brought to the fore and is quite rightly been described as an ode to the works of John Waters.

It’s not surprising that it became a festival favourite during its run, as despite its low budget hurdles and all that comes with that, DDG celebrates the dark and drips with bitchiness throughout. 

Written, Directed, and Starring Michael J. Ahern, Christopher Dalpe, and Brandon Perras, who manage to work together and produce an insipid view of the drag queen world despite the obvious flaws on show.

There is a mysterious, masked serial killer on the loose, who appears to be targeting young gay men and draining them of blood. A frustrated bartender, Dwayne (Wayne Gonsalves) and an aged drag queen are left to fight for survival in a corrupt world and try to find out who is threatening to bring their world to an end.

The Diagnosis: 

Death Drop Gorgeous is a wickedly, savage slasher flick with some half-decent kills.

It’s an enjoyable run despite its budget restrictions and it’s a helluva lot of fun all the same.

  • Saul Muerte