When twelve nude models from the infamous SuicideGirls.com begin disappearing from a remote cabin, the calendar video they are shooting becomes the first reality horror movie. Suicide Girls Must Die! is a blend of black humor and unnerving horror – with no actors and no script – it’s all true. Except for the killings of course, but the girls don’t know that! It is a scantily clad hellride that will leave you in stitches.

That’s the official word from First Look Studios, who will be releasing this twisted tale onto DVD Tuesday, June 29. It’s being billed — as you saw — as the first ever reality horror movie. And while it’s hard to put stock in the literal translation of such a phrase, we get what they’re going for. A horror movie that fits neatly with the found footage movement. Only this time, it’s also filled with the lovely tattooed, oft-naked ladies of Suicide Girls. As a man who has enjoyed a few trips to that fair site, I can’t help but raise the main mast of curiosity (pun oh so deliciously intended).

Alas, we have been provided an exclusive clip from the upcoming DVD release, which is directed by Suicide Girl Sawa. It involves one scantily clad young vixen running around this secluded house setting trying to earn her “scream queen” badge. The Suicide Girls do that, right, earn badges? See for yourself below.


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