No, Curse of the Pink Panties is not one of those "porn parodies" you've been hearing about, however its title is a reference to Curse of the Pink Panther and this film is a bizarre, funny and at times, mysterious story about the ghosts of former gangsters becoming trapped in the fabric of a bunch of young, sexy ladies panties, after a magic spell goes awry.
When the prestigious founder of Lunch Box Panties launches a promotional video competition, one group of women decide it would be a great idea to perform a magic spell on camera, to bring any ghosts in the area into the fabric of their panties as a fun party trick. But it all goes very wrong after a meeting between some local gangsters ends badly, resulting in a blazing gun battle and their ghosts end up using the internet to jump from one ladies panties to another which become itchier than fleas!
The gangster fight, to end all gangster fights!
The storyline gets even more bizarre when one of the surviving gangsters joins the owners of the spirit-infested panties, to help the ghosts cross over into the afterlife and find the infamous Queen Shockra Jewel, which one of them had hidden before he died.
Written and directed by Kirk Bowman (Santa Clause Versus the Christmas Vixens and Bloodsucking Babes from Burbank) and starring Kira Turnage (Gone Dark and Private Security Officer: Los Angeles), Danilo Mancinelli (Galaxy Quest and V.I.P.) and Ragan Brooke in her debut role, Curse of the Pink Panties is riddled with hilarious one-liners, absurd scenes of people on their knees talking to the ghosts that are in their panties and slightly over the top acting, which in many aspects, adds to the ridiculous fun of the whole story.
There is also an element of cheesy horror when one of the ghosts gets stuck in a wash cloth and tries to use it to kill one of the girls in the bathroom.
This movie is definitely a "weird" film and is absolutely catered towards a niche audience, which thrives on bizarre B-Grade films and sexy young women dancing around in their undergarments, which is so popular amongst its fans, that it is currently being featured on Netflix in the US and has its very own sequel dubbed: Snatched! Curse of the Pink Panties 2.