Shelby has a group of men she calls her Angels. They are a
unique team of highly attractive men who solve crimes. Of
course, Shelby has some help with her "team". The man she
loves is responsible for all the equipment. The Angels now
have a case. It turns out Irish Eyes, a company in the
men's products line, has been losing their models. They all
end up dead and it's up to the Angels to solve the crime.
So Shelby sets up three of her Angels as models, the
central attraction being Blain, who actually is Irish.
Actually, Blain is the physical embodiment of the perfect
Irish male. Two of the other Angels are going with them in
charge of make-up and supplies. Another Angel is
investigating the causes of death of the murdered models
and one Angel is monitoring the bugs planted.
When the Angels show up at Irish Eyes, they meet the owner
of the company, Trina, a beautiful woman who should be a
model herself. Then we also have Macey, a woman who applies
her makeup with a trowel and then we have Edgar, a steroid
Will the Angels be able to solve the crime? Or will Blain
become the next victim? Which of the three people in charge
of the company is the murderer?
SHELBY'S ANGELS: WHEN IRISH EYES ARE DYING is an extremely
hilarious parody of Charlie's Angels. Stephanie Burke has
done a wonderful job of making this parody extremely funny.
I really loved the way the Angels always got off on fashion
and sex discussions instead of discussing the case. The
settings for the photo shoot were fantastic, the characters
all engaging and the plot was very original. If you've been
forced to watch Charlie's Angels, you don't want to miss
this one. Women definitely get their revenge on the series!
Reviewed by Chere Gruver
Posted January 18, 2007