Girls Against Boys is a character-driven, psychological thriller about two girls on a killing spree in New York. With edgy and ironic humor and a darkly meditative tone that is far more European or Asian than typically American, it is also a coming-of-age story about a young woman coming to understand how the world really works. It’s a ride for sure, and it even gets more than a little gruesome, but it’s character-driven rather than action-driven, and it has a psychological twist that’s more like a way of reading the film than a big reveal. –SXSW
Cool movie. One could say it's a film about bad relationships... Anyway, while the plot is for the most part quite straight-forward, what really sets the film apart is the style and the tone. The cinematography is great and the sound design, in particular, really adds another dimension to the film. If you're looking for an exploitation film that's a little more sophisticated than usual then this is the film to see.