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Repo Chick (2009)

  • Rate: 4.2/10 total 225 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 9 September 2009 (USA)
  • Runtime: 85 min
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Repo Chick (2009)


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  • IMDb page: Repo Chick (2009)
  • Rate: 4.2/10 total 225 votes 
  • Genre: Comedy
  • Release Date: 9 September 2009 (USA)
  • Runtime: 85 min
  • Filming Location: Dunsmuir, California, USA
  • Director: Alex Cox
  • Stars: Jaclyn Jonet, Miguel Sandoval and Del Zamora
  • Original Music By: Pray for Rain  (as Dan Wool) 
  • Soundtrack: In the Garden
  • Sound Mix: Dolby Digital
  • Plot Keyword: Virtual Set | Character Name In Title

Writing Credits By:

    (in alphabetical order)

  • Alex Cox  written by

Known Trivia

  • Filmed almost entirely on a green-screen stage with the RED Digital Cinema Camera.
  • The crew came in for work on the fourth day and found that the RED Digital Cinema Camera, most camera accessories, a portable sound package, two computers, digital still equipment, and personal effects were stolen. The RED #1605 has not been found.
  • Director Alex Cox was not a fan of the Red One camera, writing on his blog that “the hated high-tech camera continues to cause difficulties, problems, and slowdowns.”

Plot: As a repo chick, wealthy bad-girl Pixxi and her entourage get mixed up in a devious kidnapping plot that threatens to wipe out the city of Los Angeles. |  »

Story: As a repo chick, wealthy bad-girl Pixxi and her entourage get mixed up in a devious kidnapping plot that threatens to wipe out the city of Los Angeles.

FullCast & Crew

Produced By:

  • Eric Bassett known as producer
  • Alex Cox known as producer
  • Tod Davies known as executive producer
  • Bingo Gubelmann known as producer
  • Daren Hicks known as producer
  • Benji Kohn known as producer
  • Mark G. Mathis known as co-producer
  • Ken Meyer known as executive producer
  • Chris Papavasiliou known as executive producer
  • Austin Stark known as producer
  • Simon Tams known as producer

FullCast & Crew:

  • Jaclyn Jonet known as Repo Chick
  • Miguel Sandoval known as Arizona Gray
  • Del Zamora known as Lorenzo
  • Alex Feldman known as Marco
  • Chloe Webb known as Sister Duncan
  • Xander Berkeley known as Aldrich De La Chasse
  • Rosanna Arquette known as Lola
  • Robert Beltran known as Aguas
  • Karen Black known as Aunt de la Chasse
  • Zahn McClarnon known as Savage Dave
  • Jenna Zablocki known as Eggi
  • Danny Arroyo known as Sixsixsix
  • Jennifer Balgobin known as Nevavda
  • Zander Schloss known as Doctor
  • Angela Sarafyan known as Giggli
  • Eddie Velez known as Justice 'Two-Strikes' Espinoza
  • Frances Bay known as Grandma De La Chasse
  • Bennet Guillory known as Rogers
  • Olivia Barash known as Railroad Op
  • Tom Finnegan known as Senator Fletcher
  • Linda Callahan known as Rikki Espinoza
  • Karen E. Wright known as Colonel
  • Cy Carter known as Lawyer
  • Biff Yeager known as Golf Course Guard
  • Kari French known as Reporter
  • Andres Carranza known as Journalist
  • Alex Cox known as Professor
  • Danbert Nobacon known as Major
  • Barney Burman known as Captain
  • Simon Tams known as CIA Op
  • Russell Darling known as Homeland Security
  • Olivia Sandoval known as Ad Woman
  • Rene Carrasco known as Tow Truck Driver
  • Tod Davies known as Phone Deadbeat
  • Julie Selberg known as Phone Deadbeat
  • Matt Burch known as Freddie Mac Offender
  • Kelly Jones known as Freddie Mac Offender
  • Lyndah Pizarro known as Freddie Mac Offender
  • Sonia Pizarro known as Freddie Mac Offender
  • Froylan Tercero known as Freddie Mac Offender
  • Anthony Ausgang known as Marina Deadbeat
  • Bingo Gubelmann known as Marina Deadbeat
  • Erica Getler known as Detroit Deadbeat
  • Charles Scheinblum known as Detroit Deadbeat
  • Rey Boemi known as Cop #1
  • C.J. Izzo known as Cop #2
  • Daisy known as The young dog
  • Shelley Campbell known as Bunker Doorwoman
  • Vielmehr Klampfe known as Bunker Doorman
  • Jonathan Knight known as Bunker Specialist
  • Todd Darling known as Freddie Mac Offender (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
  • Linda Jensen known as Freddie Mac Offender (uncredited) (unconfirmed)
  • Anton Sipos known as Detroit Deadbeat (uncredited) (unconfirmed)



Supporting Department

Makeup Department:
  • Taylor Black known as hair stylist
  • Jamie Blair known as assistant makeup artist
  • Barney Burman known as makeup designer
  • Gloria Pasqua Casny known as hair department head
  • Jules Holdren known as assistant hair department head
  • Elaina Perez known as assistant makeup artist
  • Tricia Sawyer known as makeup department head
  • Cathi Singh known as assistant makeup artist




Production Companies:

  • Repo Chic
  • Industrial Entertainment
  • Paper Street Films
  • Defilm

Other Companies:

  • Suite 202  sound re-recording
  • Post Creations  foley recording facility
  • Chapman/Leonard Studio Equipment  camera dollies
  • Entertainment Partners  payroll services
  • Momentus Insurance Brokerage  production insurance
  • Quixote Studios  grip and lighting equipment
  • Cinelease  grip and lighting equipment
  • Proteus Make Up FX Team  make-up supplies
  • Trix of the Trade  make-up supplies
  • Manny Padilla  makeup stations & chairs
  • Cases for Visual Arts  makeup stations
  • The Event Department  catering
  • The Metro Cafe  catering
  • Birns & Sawyer  camera equipment provided by
  • Enterprise Rent-A-Car  production vehicles
  • Rockbottom Rentals  walkie-talkies
  • Laurel Canyon Stages  bunker set
  • 16×  special thanks
  • Crew of the Silver Solarium, The  special thanks
  • IndieClear  script clearance
  • NBV Productions  camera equipment provided by
  • Staff of the Coast Starlight, The  special thanks
  • nordmedia Fonds GmbH  funding


  • Umbrella Entertainment (2011) (Australia) (theatrical)
  • Industrial Entertainment (2011) (USA) (all media)
  • Umbrella Entertainment (2011) (Australia) (DVD)



Other Stuff

Special Effects:

  • Collateral Image (visual effects by)
  • Visual Concept Entertainment (VCE) (GMC/growler documentary and ultimatum screens)
  • Sparkle Media (freeway sequences)

Visual Effects by:

  • Nathan Abbot known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Joseph Bailey known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Shally Cambell known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Russell Darling known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Adam Gerardin known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Chris Halstead known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Adam Hazard known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Jonathan Knight known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Peter Kuran known as visual effects supervisor: Visual Concept Entertainment
  • Eric Leven known as visual effects supervisor
  • Glenn Maguire known as visual effects supervisor
  • Chris Morley known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Ross Nakamura known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Satish Ratakonda known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image
  • Andy Sawyer known as visual effects supervisor: Spakle Media
  • Jordan Schilling known as visual effects artist: Collateral Image

Release Date:

  • Italy 8 September 2009 (Venice Film Festival)
  • USA 9 September 2009
  • USA 14 January 2011 (New York City, New York)
  • USA 8 February 2011 (DVD premiere)



Filmography links and data courtesy of The Internet Movie Database

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Posted on March 30, 2012 by Harry in Movies | Tags: , .


  1. Woodyanders ( from The Last New Jersey Drive-In on the Left
    30 Mar 2012, 12:51 pm

    Spoiled rich bad girl heiress Pixxi De La Chasse (the adorable, buthopelessly charmless and obnoxious Jaclyn Jonet) gets disinherited byher snooty family and is forced to get a job as a repo chick. Sheproves to be a natural at the gig and sets her sights on nabbing atrain with a hefty one million dollar bounty on it. However, a group ofbumbling terrorists hijack the train and threaten to destroy LosAngeles unless their demands that golf is outlawed are met. Sound good?Well, it just ain't. Writer/director Alex Cox fails to bring even asmidgen of wit, style, or verve to the dopey premise. Moreover, themeandering narrative plods along at an excruciatingly sluggish pace andthe soundtrack is loaded with forgettable crummy songs. Worse yet, acool supporting cast is shamefully wasted on the lackluster material:Robert Beltran, Chloe Webb, Rosanna Arquette, Karen Black, Frances Bay,Del Zamora, and even original "Repo Man" holdover Olivia Barash. Thefact that the lead female character is an insufferably shallow andsnippy unappealing wealthy bitch who's way too similar to Paris Hiltonfor comfort doesn't help matters any. Shot largely in front of greenscreens, this film looks terribly cheap and cheesy. Only MiguelSandoval as laid-back and likable cowboy repo man supreme Arizona Graymanages to rise above the general tedium and mediocrity. Sorely bereftof the fierce punky vigor and gleeful nihilistic humor of the terrific1984 cult classic, this dreary dud is well worth avoiding.

  2. Johnny Chicago from United States
    30 Mar 2012, 12:51 pm

    After hearing for years about the rumors of a sequel to "Repo Man," oneof the most out-there plot-driven insanely fabulous film from the 80's,and that it would be directed by Alex Cox, the godfather of punk films,I waited as delay after delay after delay came and went, and thenfinally – the promotional artwork for it arrived.

    Then I saw the poster. Oh my god.

    Was this a joke? Was I being punk'd by a lame over-hyped actor/modeltype on a now dead and useless music television show? Sadly, I was not.

    This disaster – this is the only way I can be honest and describe it -is somehow only tied in to the original film by name and just only amicrohair of it's plot included.

    I sad down and tried – TRIED – to understand the idea behind the scenesof this "creation," but was so overwhelmingly bad, so mind-numbinglyawful, that as soon as it was over I wanted to buy a gun, wait the 30days alone in my room to own it, and then go to the store, buy it,bring it home, open the box, load the gun with a specially madehollow-point mercury-tipped bullet, and then aim it at my head and pullthe trigger.

    I will NOT give you any details of the plot (oh yeah, right, there's aPLOT…) whatsoever, because anything I'd tell you would be too stupidto be believed or just too sad to describe here and make you enjoy theoriginal Repo less, as it has done for me.

    All I can say is that if you ever – EVER – actually find yourself in aposition to see this "film," please PLEASE be ready to be disappointed.

    I sat through this with all the hope and faith in Alex, but by the endcredits I felt more like Alex in "A Clockwork Orange" in full torturemode, and I lost my eyedropper of saline solution some time back.

    This isn't even worthy of fan submission sequels on any level. Therewere almost no original scenes "filmed" as it was 95% green-screen, thekiss of death for even the newest rookie of directors, and the acting?Positively awful.

    It was if Katy Perry was given a chance to drip her pink bubblegumpaintbrush of awfulness over some simplistic and sad video directing101 class at some suburban community college, complete with studentactors, veteran actors' talents who are completely wasted, and thenthere's Karen Black – ecch oh my god WHAT IS GOING ON HERE????????? Iwant to give it 1 out of ten, but that would almost insult anyone atthe bottom who earnestly tried to make a cohesive film and failedmiserably.

    This video "film" looks cheap, amateurish, and thought out with all thebrain power it took to push this out of their anus before flushing itdown onto Netflix, or whatever fools bought into this horrible horribleexcuse for "entertainment." I've seen fake Russian roulette snuffvideos with more thought out ideas.

    Sorry, I do feel really bad if you had anything to do with it,especially as an actor, because this has fail fail fail written allover it, and when you make up your resume for your next tryout for afilm, leave this off of it.

    This creatively bankrupt "film" will make you never want to try to doanything positive in your life ever again, and finally – please sueAlex Cox for your almost two hours back of your life, please?

  3. bobc-5 from Annandale, VA
    30 Mar 2012, 12:51 pm

    In the not too distant future of an alternate reality, a ParisHilton-like celebrity cut off from her fortune discovers she has aknack for the repossession business after joining a firm which not onlyhas cars in its holding yard but also factories, cruise ships and whatmight be a nuclear power plant. Enticed by a million dollar bounty on avintage train, she ends up in the middle of a terrorist plot to forcethe President of the United States to outlaw golf and become a vegan.

    This movie isn't so much a "Repo Man" sequel as it is a remake taken toridiculous extremes at the expense of things like plot, characterdevelopment and cinematography. It's loaded with references andparallels to "Repo Man" and at least 8 actors from the original (notincluding Cox) appear here as well. I got a big kick out of this, butit will obviously be lost on anyone who isn't a "Repo Man" fan andwon't appeal to many of those who are, so we have a movie that bydesign has been made primarily for the benefit of a small subset of thesmall cult following of the original.

    The movie is unique, however, in the way it creates the fantasy worldin which the action takes place. A surreal environment is produced bybeing filmed entirely in green screen with the floors and backgroundsadded later. Although the opening scenes are made to look almostrealistic, the movie increasingly uses obvious toy models and cartoonanimations as it progresses. Most of the film's entertainment valuecomes from accepting this alternate reality as a place which is atleast possible in our imaginations even if completely implausible inthe real world.

    The point of the movie, of course, isn't the thin, absurd plot but thesatire which gets leveled at many aspects of modern society. I wouldassume that the shallow and fictitious nature of the environmentcreated in the film is supposed to represent those same qualities inthe targets being satirized. Topics such as celebrity culture,heartless corporations, liberal activists and homeland security all getthe Cox treatment. Unfortunately, it's done without the depth,coherence and brilliantly insightful dialog found throughout "RepoMan". Although I very much appreciate all the things Cox was trying todo, I would still find it hard to recommend this movie withoutattaching numerous qualifications to such a recommendation.

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