I have to admit there’s a certain chick-flick feel to the trailer for Women in Trouble, which is unfortunate, although I can understand having to distill the pure insanity of the movie into just a few minutes. Plus, it’s nice to remember the softer side every once in a while. Even if the softer side comes with whips and leather chaps.

Important lessons learned! Emotional collapses! Cleavage!

An a personal note, who knew that you could get pregnant by having sex? Thank God for this film and it’s important educational facets. I also dig how each of the potentially cheesy lines are complimented by a drunken mess falling down or Adrianne Palicki getting hit by a car.

Which happens all the time.

So, yes, the film raises a lot of questions, but an even better question is how the production got fake porn movies like Even Reverse Cowgirls Get The Blues officially up on IMDB. I’m all for viral marketing, but if Sebastian Gutierrez had any real cojones, he’d go the full nine and make a Reverse Cowgirls with Elektra Luxx for real.

The people demand it!

Women In Trouble hits theaters on November 13th in limited fashion.

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