First, Charley (Jessica Sherif) imagines confronting her cheating boyfriend, Jimmy (Dove Meir), in a Kill Bill-style action movie, wherein they fight to the death with hand to hand combat. Complete with clever one-liners and a driving guitar soundtrack, she shows him just what can happen when you’re up against a woman scorned.
Then, Sam (Emme Rylan) details her revenge fantasy, which takes a very different approach. Taking the role of a wealthy socialite/housewife, with her companions as maids, she won’t kill her neglectful boyfriend, Roger (Eugene Byrd), but merely teach him a lesson.
Finally, Taylor (Megan Lee Joy) plots her revenge against Brad (David Blue). I won’t ruin the surprise, but, suffice it to say, Taylor’s the crazy one of the group.
All three revenge fantasies are shot very simply but have a stylized feel to them which helps to create three completely different worlds. The use of things like color and costuming creates a vivid fantasy realm which is a real treat to watch as it unfolds. It’s also very funny, all the way through. With a screenplay by David Greenman (with a story by stars Joy and Sherif) and under the masterful direction of Amber Benson, this is a fun and crazy ride that’s not to be missed.