Trailer - "COMBAT CLUB"





On our way out for a three day trip last weekend, we decided to try an experiment by turning our cameras over to Rochelle Cassidy and tasking her to shoot and deliver a complete, end-to-end "shelf ready" video. She was to come up on her own with a backstory, choose the performers, and get a script written and shot. Then she was to do all the editing, fx and post-production by herself and deliver to us a final, finished product ready to be uploaded for sale, complete with credits, blooper reel, trailer and screen caps.

What she, Roxie Lace and Monique Lavallee came up with was a takeoff on the movie "Fight Club", and the end result simply is fantastic. Rochelle used very unique camera angles to capture some awesome combat choreography by the Girlz, and even produced a very creative opening title sequence for her first end-to-end video. She's very proud of her work - and so are we.

This one is an even battle until the second half, when one of the Girlz begins to take over and eventually finishes off her foe. No background music in this one - it doesn't need it!

Starring Roxie Lace and Monique Lavallee.

Release: March 25, 2015
Genre: Action
Category: Female Combat
Clip Length: 12:12
Total Time: 14:17
Format: WMV (602 MB)

Roxie Lace




Kicks, head & stomach punches, elbows, knees • Head Slams • No Background Music

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5 Comments on "COMBAT CLUB"




Homer wrote:
Thursday, March 26, 2015 7:51 AM

Roxie damn she's cute

Mike D wrote:
Friday, March 27, 2015 6:08 PM

Roxie is amazing and I love her punching style... I,would really love to,see her in actio against men..... I really miss your mixed fights

FightGirlz2000 wrote:
Friday, March 27, 2015 6:18 PM

More mixed fights on the way.  Promise!

Max wrote:
Friday, March 27, 2015 9:17 PM

Loosely basing this 12-minute shoot on a Brad Pitt movie and using a variant title, we find its creator does a really good job, well up to FG2K standards.  In fact the opening credit design and soundtrack are inspired and one's attention is grabbed from the start.  This really is "A Rochelle Cassidy film".  Maybe she didn't go so far as to entirely wield the fluid camera but she is responsible for everything else (except that Mia Moglie does wardrobe and makeup).  I knew early on that Rochelle is multi-talented I didn't know how much so, as evident here.  With script by her and the two onscreen participants this is virtually or entirely an all-girl enterprise.  A funny fun sexy knockabout where poor Monique gets slammed around again (but not going down without a fight; it seems that Roxie accidentally hit her on the ear for real, which must have stung).  Ms M is on her liveliest form, pretty as ever and as for attractive newcomer Roxie, well, I haven't seen anyone do banter better while pitching in.  Rochelle's mentor John Connor wrote to me a while ago about teaching her how to match up and sync sound effects and one sees now how much she has taken this on board.  I hope we see her do more.

Brian 007.5 wrote:
Saturday, April 18, 2015 2:12 PM

Max's comments (above), sum up this production very well.  Monique and Roxie work well together and the back-and-forth fist-fighting is very realistically done.  There are plenty of hard-hitting punches thrown by both of the Girlz and eventually one of them is knocked out cold!







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