Roller Blade: Naked Nuns vs. A Man With A Puppet.

We need to get something straight right from the beginning. It’s Roller Blade, not Rollerblade. It’s women in skimpy leotards with butterfly knives on roller-skates, hence Roller Blade. Understanding the title will help you to distinguish Roller Blade from other Donald G. Jackson films such as Roller Blade Warriors (1989), The Roller Blade Seven (1991), Return of The Roller Blades (1992), Roller Gator (1996), and Lingerie Kickboxer (1998). Actually, you may already be familiar with Jackson’s work. If you’re a heavy beer drinker, or a frat boy, or just given up on life, you have probably seen either Class of Nuke ’Em High (1991), or Hell Comes To Frongtown (1988).

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I have an MFA in painting and I’m an art professor but I managed to convince my school to let me teach film. My website http://www.filmofileshideout.com/

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