[Warning: Nudity, blood, etc.] DT Wrestling has released a new video featuring a Supergirl-type character being beaten into a bloody pulp by a masked assailant. While I have to admit this isn’t necessarily my cup of tea, I know that there are lots of fans of this type of material out there. Check out the preview images below. What do you guys think? [Read more…]
SHG-Media has just released The Collector II, directed by Rye and starring the lovely and popular model from Rye’s previous Superiorgirl adventures. This particular video is in the “PG-13″ realm and features no explicit sexual content, unlike the Superiorgirl videos from Punished Heroines featuring the same actress. So I figure fans of The Battle for Earth and SHG-Media’s usual fare will probably get a kick out of this one. [Read more…]
Rye’s latest film takes an innovative concept (previously explored several years ago with the original How to Destroy a Superheroine starring Paris Kennedy), utilizes the talents of the beautiful model from previous Superiorgirl adventures, features a nice performance from the villainess (and lots of humor), and offers a really entertaining, if unusual, video for fans of superheroine domination. Though it resembles a video from The Battle for Earth (as a result from being shot on the same set), it’s actually a Punished Heroines offering and features lots of nudity and sexual torment. The performances are good, Superiorgirl looks beautiful as always, and if you’re into the self-referential concept, this is an enjoyable video with a comedic twist. [Read more…]
If you’ve ever wanted to see Super(ior)girl getting totally physically dominated, beaten, crushed, and humiliated, then look no further than Episode 8 – Nuclearman from The Battle for Earth. While the previous episode in the series introduced us to Superiorgirl and gave us a brief battle in which she was beaten pretty severely, that was only a prelude to the punishment she takes in Episode 8 at the hands of Nuclearman. I suppose there isn’t that much to say about this episode, especially if you’ve seen Episode 7, except that it consists almost entirely of Superiorgirl being beaten and humiliated. So, if you like the actress who plays Superiorgirl and you like superheroines being physically destroyed, you should love Episode 8. [Read more…]
It looks like we’ll soon have a new, epic Supergirl vs. Nuclearman production written, produced and directed by Rye (creator of Avalon and Punished Heroines) and possibly distributed by SHG-Media and The Battle for Earth. This is a very interesting project and has potential, in my opinion, to be huge in terms of the independently produced superheroine genre. So, what do we know so far? What kind of movie will this be? Rye has addressed the issue on this message board, and I’ve assembled a few facts here for those of you looking forward to this film (as I am).
Click here to read more about Rye’s upcoming Supergirl vs. Nuclearman video!
“A Super Wish,” a new two-part movie from Superheroinefilms.com, features a gorgeous superheroine, good acting, and an interesting premise. The writing and performances are very good for an independently produced heroine movie, and fans looking for an entertaining fantasy (told on a very small scale) about a girlfriend who obtains superpowers will most likely enjoy “A Super Wish,” as long as they don’t expect an action-packed, peril-filled superheroine adventure.
Steel Angel, a classic release from from Zen Pictures / Akiba Heroine, shows once again how much the Japanese have perfected the art of heroine movies. These Giga Freeks and Zen Pictures guys really know what they’re doing, constantly churning out one heroine movie after another with consistently high quality. This time, our lovely heroine is a beautiful Supergirl-type character played by Yuu Saeki (in her only performance for this, or as far as I can tell, any other company).