Naked girls, a cabin in the woods, lots of blood, and a good chase are all elements of a great 80's horror homage. The SuicideGirls get this, and have tapped into their inner scream queens for what they are dubbing the first "reality horror film," Suicide Girls Must Die!.

So what does that mean exactly? Take twelve unsuspecting hotties to a remote cabin in Maine for the weekend under the guise of a calendar photoshoot, and then start picking them off one by one -- well, not really -- but you get the picture. Their (often hilarious) reactions are all caught on camera, along with lots of boobs and even a hot tub makeout party. These aren't your typical girls though. You won't find your average bimbo with nary a tattoo or piercing to gawk at. While I could make the argument that alt beauty is becoming the mainstream now, the SuicideGirls' continued success proves that not everyone shares the same standard perceptions when it comes to what is pleasing to the eye.

I had the opportunity to talk with Sawa Suicide, director of the girls' new film, and the SuicideGirls' founder, Missy Suicide. We chatted about horror films, women in the genre, the difficulty in keeping something secret, and what's on tap next for the ladies. First Look Studios, who brought us Christopher Smith's mind bender Triangle, are releasing the film on DVD June 29th. You can pick up a copy of the unrated film over here. Hit the jump for more with Missy and Sawa.