Exclusive: Michelle “Bombshell” McGee Talks Nazithon

The bizarre and controversial subgenre called “Nazisploitation” doesn’t get a lot of press, because it is bizarre and controversial. But the Third Reich has been exploited since the very beginning by filmmakers looking to give their films an undeniably evil group of villains, and capitalize on the inherent strangeness of putting Nazis in movies in the first place. Full Moon Pictures has put together a compilation of Nazisploitation films with a framing device starring Michelle “Bombshell” McGee, a tattoo model who is no stranger to controversy herself. 

Nazithon: Decadence and Destruction premieres on the video streaming service www.GrindhouseFlix.com on June 11, and we’ve got a CraveOnline Exclusive interview with Michelle McGee about her role in the movie for you above!

From the Press Release:

Full Moon Features is thrilled to announce the world premiere of NAZITHON: DECADENCE AND DESTRUCTION, on their all-new video streaming service www.GrindhouseFlix.com on June 11. NAZITHON brings together the infamous tattooed mistress, Michelle “Bombshell” McGee, and gay rugby icon, Ian Roberts, to host a truly mind-blowing compilation cinema’s best Nazi exploitation films. 

Below the war-torn surface of Nazi Germany is a private bunker, built for two. This lecherous lair is the domain of Frau Bombshell (Michelle “Bombshell” McGee), the most sadistically sinful sexpot ever to grace the ranks of the SS! Goose step inside, as she takes you on a whirlwind march through the torturously torrid history of Nazi grindhouse cinema. From sex camps, to neo-Nazis, to supernatural soldiers, the Reich bares all in this celebration of Nazi exploitation. 

“The Nazi subgenre of exploitation films is undoubtedly the most infamous and bizarre of all.”  Said Band in a statement.  “We scoured the archives to put together one of the most truly entertaining and mind-blowing compilations of all time, for sickos and scholars alike.”  

Fans will be able to stream NAZITHON: DECADENCE AND DESTRUCTION for $1.99 or purchase a subscription to Grindhouseflix for $4.99 per month. The film will be released on DVD in July.


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