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Published July 24th 2018
Kim Kardashian and the Cheetah Girls The Movie
Meow is a must see!
Way back in 2008 Kim Kardashian and Disney's The Cheetah Girls made a thirty minute long horror comedy movie, and while it is one of the worst movies I've ever seen, it is also a lot of fun and actually worth a look!
In this bizarre, grainy film, The Cheetah Girls; Veronica, played by Sabrina Bryan (The Bold & The Beautiful and The Cheetah Girls), Darschelle, played by Kiely Williams (The House Bunny and The Sisterhood Of The Travelling Pants 2) and Alize, played by Adrienne Bailon (Coach Carter and That's So Raven), portray the Kitty Kats.
While they are on tour, with their lead singer, Princess, played by Kim Kardashian West (Disaster Movie and Keeping Up With The Kardashians), she is tragically struck down in the prime of her life, but a mysterious masked killer, played by the film's director Ricardo Ferrise and Oscar "WONDER" Ledezma, who did the stunt work.
Ricardo Ferrise also co-wrote Meow with Sabrina Bryan and Kiely Williams.
The killer in this film is anything but ordinary, as they show off their incredible dance moves in celebration of the murder spree they are on, which include an impressive number of jumping flips and break dancing.
After the death of their beloved Princess, the Kitty Kats are sent a letter inviting them to go on tour with the infamous LMNOPDiddy and soon find themselves on a tour bus with all the works, including a driver, also played by Ricardo Ferrise, who steals the show in all his scenes.
The pop sensations end up on a journey that ultimately leads them into a hilariously mysterious fight for survival, as the kill count rises and their tour is put in jeopardy.
I have to say, I loved this film. It's got everything a good (or should I say bad?) micro budget Z-Grade horror comedy should have: a quirky killer; many of the actors playing parodies of themselves; ridiculous scenarios, including one where a victim is running for her life and stops mid-way to perform some sexy dancing, ultimately leading to her doom. In the true form of 70's rip off movies, they have injected some theme music from already existing films, which could lead to a great game of 'Name that Movie'.
You can also really tell from the post credit footage that the cast and crew had an absolute ball on set, which goes to prove that you don't need millions of dollars to produce something thoroughly enjoyable, in a cheesy, bizarre way.
Meow is not yet rated, however it is not suitable for very young children, or those who are easily frightened.
I'm the one who filmed this and made the story line, this was my idea , and i own the original footage ...xoxo i shot this movie over 3 months while on tour with the cheetah girls , i always have done silly horror movies, but this was my block buster .... ricardo ferrise