reviews - spin the bottle

 

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“Then, in a perfect prelude to the Truth or Dare screening, Peaches unveiled her latest short film, ‘Spin the Bottle,’ written by herself and directed and edited by Scott Boswell  (http://www.scottboswell.com).  It offered a behind-the-scenes look at the life of a deranged drag diva whose life oddly parallels that of Madonna as seen in Truth or Dare ; it's as though Peaches and Madonna were identical twins leading parallel lives! Great filmic bits involving Vinsantos, Fauxnique, Heklina and other stars of the Trannyshack realm recreated/simulated scenes from Truth or Dare, and the result proved a fine farcical tribute to the lovable but eccentric Ms. Ciccone.”

—Mark Mardon

Bay Area Reporter (Issue 11/17/05)

http://www.ebar.com/artscolumns/artcolumn.php?sec=calendare&id=23


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“The Madonna film [Truth or Dare] was upstaged by featurette ‘Spin the Bottle,’ a Peaches Christ rockumentary filmed in haunting black and white and detailing the backstage drama of a ruthless diva’s kissing up, kicking-down, and deep-throating her way to the heights of pop stardom.”

—Blue Grass Rave

Reviewed at Sing-Along Truth or Dare (San Francisco)

July 9, 2005

http://www.bluegrassrave.com/midnightmass/truthordare_splash.html


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“Last night started with the new film by Peaches Christ called ‘Spin the Bottle.’  It was really quite good.  I would say that this could rival the parody previously released by Julie Brown (Medusa: Dare to Be Truthful).  Peaches was right on the money with this one.  If you get the chance to see it, you should.”

—Chris, blogger

Reviewed at Sing-Along Truth or Dare (San Francisco)

July 9, 2005

http://br1xt0n.blogspot.com/2005_07_01_br1xt0n_archive.html