‘Last Girl’ on DVD Tuesday


There are snuff styled films then there are films that seem too close to the real thing. Jorje Krippe’s LAST GIRL or #12 is one of those type of flicks. Our dear friends over at Brinkvision will be releasing this devastating piece of work on DVD tomorrow September 29th. Deemed as one of the most extreme horror films of all time only you the viewer will know if you can handle it. 1-11 victims caused these films to become Detroit underground classics and now the 12th victim will be on display for you right at the comfort of your own home. Check out the excruciating trailer ahead and the link to where you can buy LAST GIRL.

Kidnapped and tortured, elite call girl #12 must overcome her attackers and fight through a post-industrial hell to avoid the brutal filming of her own death. Last Girl builds to a shattering conclusion you will never forget. This footage was only previously available in the Detroit underground by reality filmmaker Jorje Krippe, and his extreme vision has now been released for the first time.

Reality filmmaker Jorje Krippe’s masterpiece Last Girl (originally titled #12) circulated for years in Detroit’s underground on VHS. Considered an urban legend by many horror fanatics, Renegade Video’s reality videos were numbered #1 – #12 with collectors paying up to $200 for each installment when they could find them. Each movie featured a single victim, tortured and killed in realistic fashion.

Krippe insisted his work was fictional, using paid actors and special effects artists, and was a pale reflection of Detroit’s everyday brutality. Observant viewers however, have discovered uncanny resemblances between some of his actors and women who have been reported missing. These include Carla Gutierrez, who disappeared in Detroit on June 6, 2010, and Sheila and Lucy Monroe, sisters who disappeared later that year.

Reality or fiction, #12 was the last movie Krippe would shoot. His Last Girl.


Aquiring #12 at the DOA Blood Bath Film Festival in Dallas, TX, producers Erik Bauer and William Viglione hired director James P. Mercurio to edit the footage. A haunting score by Paul Wiley and scenes from Krippe’s earlier movies were added to enhance the story and bring the running time of Last Girl to 82 minutes.

You can purchase LAST GIRL here:




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