Hot rods, aliens, zombies and pin-up girls inhabit the world of D.A. Sebasstian in his first feature film, Hot Rod Girls Save the World. The campy, but stylish B-flick is dominated by a rip-roaring soundtrack, original score (recorded by the director's band KsK) and enough hot rods to make any gearhead happy. While the film is somewhat of an homage to the rockabilly lifestyle, there are some things for genre enthusiasts to sink their teeth into.
When big city newspaper reporter, Vanessa Trojan (Lindsay Calkins), follows up on a story about two street racing legends, the trail leads her to Anywhere, WA. She has no idea that the group of misfit greasers, creepers and dames that "adopt" her will soon end up missing or dead. The shenanigans are led by the racing hottie duo-the boisterous Jo Leene Dodge (Melene Marie Brown) and her mute sidekick Betty Petty (Kimberly Lynn Layfield). The ladies, along with a slew of other characters, converge at a rockabilly house party where things take a turn for the worse.
A group of aliens living on the planet of Moosha Maa have developed a dislike for Homo Sapiens (mainly because their TV transmission is being interrupted by human "noise") and decide to zap a beam down to earth, which spreads a deadly virus that transforms everyone into zombie-like creatures. David, a young alien boy, touches down on the city of Anywhere and may have the answer to earth's problems. That is, of course, if Betty's blind grandma (famous for her bad cooking and badass record collection) or the swanky Detective Lloyd (Jimmi Davies) can't save the world first. [more Hot Rod Girls after the jump ... ]