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One movie whose title speaks for itself is writer/director Israel Luna’s TICKED-OFF TRANNIES WITH KNIVES, a gory grindhouse throwback currently playing New York City’s Cinema Village (22 East 12th Street, off University Place) and slicing through West Hollywood’s Laemmle’s Sunset 5 (8000 Sunset Boulevard) this coming Friday. A Tribeca Film Festival world premiere, the Breaking Glass Picture release follows a group of transgender women who exact bloody revenge on the sleazy rednecks who viciously attack them. In part one of our interview (below the jump) with the Texas-born Luna, the filmmaker tells Fango’s Tony Timpone about the controversy surrounding his movie and the negative feedback sparked by the gay rights group GLAAD.
You can visit the official TICKED-OFF TRANNIES WITH KNIVES site here. Watch for part two of our TICKED-OFF TRANNIES features this Wednesday. The movie will screen in select theaters across the U.S. throughout the Halloween season before sashaying onto DVD November 9 (see details here).
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