GirlFight: Invite

GirlFight: Invite Film Short Kelcey Coe. GirlFight Invite

Director: Kelcey Coe

Writer: Kelcey Coe

Release Date: June 26, 2016

Release Format: Streaming platforms

MPAA Rating: Not Rated

Genre: Action, Adventure

Running Time: 13 Minutes


Deep within the Forbidden Forest outside Buckeye City, Ohio, sinister fatal femme Rachel invites four unlikely model hopefuls into an underground death fight inside a barbaric steel cage surrounded by razor-sharp barb-wire.

The winner moves on to GirlFight: Model Kombat, granting the survivor a multi-million dollar contract with an international modeling agency. An all-female nightmare horror concept short film inspired by true events!

Note: This video is a short concept pitch film to demonstrate the brutality and madness expected to ultimately take place in GirlFight: Model Kombat. Excessive violence and shock value mixed with dark horror are exemplified in this demonstration.


GirlFight: Invite released, and is available for renting and/or sale. The Action, Adventure is a short film written and directed by Kelcey Coe. Marketed, It’s inspired by true events.

GirlFight: Invite follows four young women and they are;

• Jacki (portrayed by Becca Chanay)

• Selena (portrayed by Brianna Culp)

• Angel (portrayed by Amanda Dicapo)

• Moonlight (portrayed by Lindsay McComb)

The women enter an underground fighting competition. The prize? A chance to win a multi-million dollar contract with an international modeling agency.

Many will enter, but only one can win. Yet, this is not just a simple hand-to-hand combat. This is a no rules in this game.  Everything and everything goes in the name of victory. This is a fight to the death. The combatants are fierce, ruthless women. Each will do anything to prove themselves superior.

Coe’s film is a based on true events. The film has marketing hype for its extreme violence, brutality, and gore.


Kelcey Coe’s GirlFight: Invite has potential that has yet to tap into. The plot is great. I love central themes and ideas where contestants are battling each other. The to-the-death combat is an interesting concept. I also love the snuff film approach that Coe as a director attempts.

Since watching Josh C. Waller’s Raze, I felt intrigued with combat as a film concept. I came across Coe’s  film and became excited to see another interpretation. The trailer brings a lot of excitement to the film. Kelcey Coe. GirlFight Invite


GirlFight: Invite is mediocre in many aspects of Horror, Thriller cinema. Unrefined execution in cinematography, acting and practical effects cripple the production. In fact, the only shining aspect here is the concept. Coe’s film has potential but lacks possession over it. This production needs a lot of work.

The film tries hard to be dark, scary, and brutal. While the kill scenes are brutal in theory, they’re cheesy, poor visual entertainment. Kelcey Coe. GirlFight Invite

In Conclusion

Coe’s film is said to be banned from Amazon. It is available to stream on several platforms, including iPhone, iPad, Android, ROKU, Apple TV, and Chromecast.

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