Here’s something a little different. The folks at First Look Studios, a studio that seems to be getting edgier with their release slate every day, has provided us with an exclusive first look at their upcoming DVD release Suicide Girls: Guide to Living, which is no doubt full of fancy tips on how to be extremely productive while having lots of tattoos and being naked all the time. It all sounds very educational, if you ask me.

The red band trailer is below — and be warned, as it does include plenty of nudity (as mentioned above) and should not be viewed by anyone under the age of 18. Seriously, send the kids out of the room before you watch this trailer. Otherwise you’re going to have to have a conversation about tattoos that you just don’t want to have yet. We also have a never-before-seen gallery of photos, all of which are safe(ish) for work. Suicide Girls: Guide to Living is on DVD and Blu-ray March 16, 2010.

Synopsis:

Suicide Girls: Guide to Living includes thirteen sexy how-to segments showing how the provocative SuicideGirls handle life’s challenges such as performing a strip tease, faking an orgasm and skinny dipping. Also included is a never-before-seen sneak peek at the upcoming release, Suicide Girls Must Die!

Trailer: (Not Safe for Work)

Photo Gallery: (click to enlarge)


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