“Enjoyable In Part, But Seems A Bit Rushed.”
“Succeeding Where Even Quentin Tarantino Failed With His Film "Death Proof," Director Rick Jacobson Balances Just The Right Blend Of Over-the-top Action With Ridiculous Moments To Deliver An Homage Movie Worthy Of The Exploitation Genre That Inspired It.”
“Girls Have Boobs, On Their Chest. That's Where They Are.”
The latest proof that calculated camp in the form of homage is nearly impossible to pull off.
Ernest Hardy - Village Voice
Overblown and underwhelming.
Joe Leydon - Variety
Over-the-top -- and ultimately tiresome -- female mud-wrestling, kick-boxing and cat fights in a parody of old exploitation movies.
Kirk Honeycutt - Hollywood Reporter
The target audience must be that awfully precise niche that never tires of women punching each other.
Michael Ordona - Los Angeles Times
Jacobson and Gruendemann appear determined to put the grind into grindhouse. And not in a good way. Everything goes on so long, including an excessively protracted catfight, that the viewer will be crying for mercy before the characters do.
Jason Best - Movie Talk
It's an homage to the exploitation genre that doesn't pay full homage to the exploitation genre.
Kevin Carr - 7M Pictures
Just go watch Death Proof again instead.
Dave White - Movies.com
By far the best elements are the regular flashbacks, which showcase the crazy comic book vibe at its best and have some truly spectacular Charlie's Angels-style moments.
Scotty McKellar - Skinny
Scotty McKellar - The Skinny
More suitable for background noise on a late night than an actual big event you can gather with your friends to watch...
Felix Vasquez Jr. - Cinema Crazed
If the film's half-baked salaciousness feels merely risible, its slapdash screenplay and cheapo look make it something that its generic forbearers rarely were: boring.
Matthew Connolly - Slant Magazine
Like an issue of Maxim that flips its own pages, but keeps stopping to read the articles.
William Goss - Cinematical
It twists and twists and twists past the point of reason and logic. Best of all, it doesn't care. It just keeps going.
Fred Topel - Can Magazine
Overstays its welcome, but offers some broad fun and some fun broads.
Scott Weinberg - FEARnet
Hurt me some more.
Staci Layne Wilson - Horror.com
All the revealing costumes, Penthouse Letter structure, and girl nation rumbling can't cover the fact that Bitch Slap is an awesome idea handed the least effective execution possible.
Brian Orndorf - BrianOrndorf.com