UltraHeroix Presents “Swift Moves”

UltraHeroix has released its latest film, Swift Moves, and it is another enjoyable heroine-in-peril romp from one of the genre’s most underrated producers. This one features a Supergirl-like character up against some bad guys wielding a familiar, green substance that seems to weaken our heroine.

I’ve become an avid fan of the videos released by UltraHeroix. I don’t think there is a company out there that makes better use of the resources they have to make entertaining films. They don’t have access to London supermodels or trained stuntmen, but the videos they release are always entertaining. To use a baseball metaphor, they are the Tampa Bay Rays and they seem to find ways to compete with the proverbial New York Yankees of the heroine world quite well.

Swift Moves is a departure from the last few UltraHeroix episodes, which have focused not only on action, but on creating a large and interconnecting world filled with superheroines. I’m not certain, but with Swift Moves, I think the producers decided to throw a bone to the peril fans—they created a Supergirl archetype named Swiftgirl and basically let the villains beat on her for ten minutes.

The story opens with the introduction of two new villains. Oliver B. Liviom and his henchwoman Tessa. Think of them as the UltraHeroix version of Lex Luthor and Mercy Graves. Their plan is a simple one. Draw Swiftgirl to their lair and through the use of a machine, siphon off her powers.

Swiftgirl shows up and initially takes it to the villains. As I mentioned, the producers may not have access to supermodels but the actress they cast as Swiftgirl worked quite nicely. She is beautiful, wears the costume extremely well and plays the role of the cocky heroine perfectly. I think the costume is a good one. As always, I am about the worst judge of what outfits will have mass appeal. The skirt is shortened on each side so I can’t imagine many fans will have a problem with that.

Things start to take a turn for Swiftgirl when the villain pulls out some Kryptonite. They don’t call it Kryptonite but let’s just assume it is for the purposes of this review. Once weakened, she is subject to several stomach punches, kicks, a reverse bear hug, and just a thorough two on one beat down.

The villains strap her to the power sucking device which Swiftgirl eventually escapes, only to once again be beat on by Tessa. I should mention that the actress that plays Tessa is a real Amazon and a convincing henchwoman. You don’t see henchwomen in these films very often and I thought she played the role of an enforcer very well. In this film she tends to shout a lot of her dialogue and has a pretty nice evil laugh going on. Basically, I liked both the character and the actress.

The film ends shortly after the second beat down with a bit of a cliffhanger and a promised continuation to the story. This is a peril heavy episode that does not touch on the current storyline revolving around the disappearance of Lady Ultra. I liked the direction they were going in with said story, but I think it was a wise move to get away from it for an episode. You can’t be all story all the time, and the producers did a good job changing things up with this episode. All in all another winner from UltraHeroix.

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25 comments on UltraHeroix Presents “Swift Moves”

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  • May. 16, 2012 at 4:25 pm

    Whoa… that was great. I loved the sequences where the camera does it all in one shot. Superb. It really brings something to the movie.

    The actress for Swift Girl. Dam! She’s hot. Beautiful face, an awesome set of legs, and she played the part perfectly. Her facial expressions really sold it. There was none of the strike a pose and say something righteous, it all seemed to fit really well. Her reaction of fear was really well done, and when she was pleading, it didn’t sound all weak and pathetic, she genuinely looked spent.

    The female villain was great as well. Totally crazy and believable in the setting of the film, and physically intimidating. The way she walked, the things she said.

    The boss fella: again, lines were delivered very well, fit the context of the movie perfectly, and his acting was pretty good.

    You have the odd strangeness where the editing is a bit choppy and actors repeat their lines, but I was glued to Swift Girls legs 😉 The suspension of reality was excellent. The acting was perfect for the film. I really, really enjoyed it.

    Well done! I right impressed! You have to keep the Swift Girl actress. Pretty please!?

  • May. 16, 2012 at 3:47 pm

    Purchasing this now I have money. Really looking forward to it!

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  • Mar. 6, 2012 at 1:01 pm

    I prefer this kind of skirt! Values the actress’ legs. I liked the video. I’d like to see more time for Bearhugs and other wrestling moves. Anyway, congratulations!!

  • Mar. 5, 2012 at 1:37 pm

    Wow! Nice video.
    I love this SuperGirl like heroine!
    I echo what others have said that if they had this SuperGirl with the outfit she’s wearing and NGC’s or Heroine World’s fight choreography… Damned, that would be awesome!

    Personally, I love the skirt. Love the girl in it.
    Love the heroine. Love the henchwoman.

    Would love to see an extended version with more Henchwoman on Heroine violence.

    Jobber Lover

  • Mar. 5, 2012 at 5:38 am

    I much prefer the standard skirt that is the same length all the way around, but at least she’s wearng a skirt rather than just a bodysuit.

  • Mar. 5, 2012 at 12:24 am

    Ah ok. Thanks.

    As for the shortened skirt, No complaints here! The SG I create has a similar low cut so I like your style!

  • Mar. 4, 2012 at 7:58 pm

    Don’t worry Lordsnot, once you click on to pay with credit card, the next screen says it’s not a subscription but you have a 2 day pass to be able to download the video. Sorry for the confusion.

  • Mar. 4, 2012 at 3:45 pm

    Yeah like the other guy, I don’t get the method for buying this video. That link doesn’t help explain much. I click on the tickets thing and it tells me i am about to subscribe to http://www.ultraheroix.com. I wanna buy a video! Not subscribe to a website.

  • Mar. 4, 2012 at 1:34 pm

    I just saw the video again, and i found more ideas to consider. The idea for the movie still is great. I love this naive style, just showing a beautiful superheroine, fighting against evil. I really like to shoot all the movie from one move camera. But the cameraman must to be careful about his position. He can’t stay too close or for a long time behind the objective, because we lose the scene. At the “bearhug” scene, we almost lost all the begining. Just because the camera was from behind the actor. I’m not telling we never can stay from behind the actors, but not in a key moment. At the “arm carry” scene, we can see this problem again. We lost the SuperHeroine image being carried away for the same reason. These two moments, these two peril styles are very important to me. That’s why I’m a little bit disapointed about them in this movie. But just a little bit! I recomend the movie. If you’re like me, If you like beautiful SuperHeroines and a movie without too much violence, I guarantee you’ll enjoy the video.

    CONGRATULATIONS ULTRAHEROIX!!! Ican’t waith for the next episode.


  • Mar. 4, 2012 at 9:33 am

    I really enjoyed this video. The costume was great. I love the Helen Slater/Supergirl costume more than any other costume, so anything that is reasonably close and of reasonable quality works for me. I love the short skirts and upskirt views as well, and this video does a nice job with that.

    What I also enjoyed was that the fight scenes were better than in many other films. Punches actually knock the heroine down or forcefully rock her. The heroine also either attempts to throw a punch back or regain her footing and is quickly struck again. It always drives me nuts how in many of these movies, the heroine is struck by punch after punch and doesn’t convincingly fall down (or ever fall down) or have much of a reaction. Often they just stand around, not trying to fight back and not being properly knocked about, while the villain delivers punches with way too much time in between. So props on a more convincing fight than a lot of other movies.

  • Mar. 4, 2012 at 5:22 am

    Agreed… UltraHeroix definitely picked the right personnel for this video. The heroine is absolutely beautiful and sold her predicament very well. And the villainess was extremely imposing and dominant looking. Good work all around by the director and the actresses.

    I just want the fights to be a little less one sided, in both directions. Rather than the heroine dominate both villains like they are nothing, and then have the tables turn and the heroine be on the receiving end. I want to see a back and forth closer fight with the heroine ultimately losing.

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 10:16 pm

    Cant wait to see what part 2 has in store. One thing i love about Ultraheroix is their heroines. They just keep getting more beautiful. Man I like all their heroines but Swift Girl just became my favorite. She was absolutely beautiful and extremely sexy. Great acting as well. I truly hope she sticks around for many more videos in this genre. As many already mentioned the villainess did a great job as well, i really liked her aggression. I loved when SwiftGirl was laid down hands tied and Tessa angrily punches her in the stomach. I wouldve liked to see some more of that. My only complaint would be that I wanted to see a little more fighting, or swift girl taking some damage. Id love to see This actress alot more though, In my opinion she is the sexiest and best Super Girl type character I have seen in this genre. I loved the closeup shots.

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 7:27 pm

    Hi everyone,
    I want to thank everyone who checked out swift moves and helped made it our most popular video yet. I also appreciate all the feedback we are getting back, I like to believe we improved this much compared to our earlier videos thanks to all the feedback and suggestions we got. In fact, Swiftgirl if the result of suggestions I recieved to do a supergirl-like character. I do read all feedback and I try to use them to improve our site and videos.
    We will try to improve the fight choreography, for most of our actresses this there first experience in fight scenes so we try to coach them the best way possible without taking the whole shoot with one fight scene. In this video the actresses literally exhausted themselves so we had to cut it short and bring them back a month later which works out cause it created a 2 parter story.

    We will also revamp the site to give it a new look and make it easier to navigate in the coming months. I’m always looking forward to feedback and suggestions, it helped get ultraheroix this far and it will help us get further. If the fans have new ideas for peril I would love hear it, it would help keep things fresh and new!

    Thanks again to everyone,
    Da Jinx

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 6:52 pm

    Well, I believe the movie was good, but the actress who played SwiftGirl is just “Super lovely”, SuperBeautiful, Super… She’s beautiful and a very charismatic person. Allow me to say that the video could explore her face and her expressions more. The video belongs to a type of naive genre. That’s what I like more about “UltraHeroix” . Makes me reminds the Batgirl’s early movies. Anyway, I strongly recomend this video. I hope UltraHeroix’s movies keep that line of work. It is very hard to find this kind of work in these days. Congratulations, UltraHeroix!

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 2:11 pm

    I agree with most of what has been said and bears repeating… the villainess was great, her imposing size was very sexy and i LOVE the diversification of their actresses. Definitely the best site for that. The girl playing swift girl was hot too and loved the costume.

    The sound in the video was poor though, I kept having to raise and lower the volume to hear some dialogue and then other dialogue was super loud. Nitpicky but would be nice to clean that up in the future.

    Overall I love ultraheroix films but agree with what others have said. NGC has spoiled us and I don’t expect that level of quality but the fights from ultraheroix could be improved upon and better choreographed in my opinion. More elements of peril (light bondage perhaps?) would be welcomed too.

    I’m still a loyal customer and liked many aspects of the film, look fwd to see more andmaybe even a showdown of evil Ultra Girl and Swift Girl… that’d be hot

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 12:40 pm

    Love this one. Two things I agree with. I love when the villains are physically imposing. I also think the biggest thing Ultraheroix needs to do to take that next step to being an “elite” producer is improve the fight choreography.

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 12:35 pm

    A question I often ask, and will certainly ask a bunch in the future, is:

    any female/female lowblows??

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 11:41 am

    I too like large villains/villainesses. The villainess really sells the video. I wish they had better fight choreography though and better peril. Similar to what NGC or Zen heroines offers.

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 10:52 am

    rizo makes a great point that holds true for most of ultraheroix’s videos… their thugs are huge, which makes the superheroine peril all the more perilous… i like how the giant in this video is a woman, too… continues the other ultraheroix tradition of having awesome female villains

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 9:45 am

    oops nevermind just figured it out – i must have clicked the wrong link

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 9:44 am

    I’d like to buy this, but I don’t understand the website.
    I go to the video and click to download, and then it asks me for a username and password.
    Fine, but I don’t see anywhere to register for a username. Anyone know what I’m supposed to do?

  • Mar. 3, 2012 at 6:38 am

    I really like what I see here with the villainess. There are not too many “heavies” like her, she seems truly menacing, and overwhelming in size aspect compared to the hero. Would love to see that kind of foe in many other heroine productions.

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