“…a cautionary fable about a perhaps not-too-distant future.”

“Molly Sides gives a terrific performance as Devi…”

– Northwest Music Scene

“…look into the future darkly with Danger Diva”

“In the grand tradition of pulp science-fictiona hellzapoppin’ finale”

“Sides is tough, vulnerable, wounded, pissed off … goes to town in the leading role”

“Danger Diva sports one of the best acting ensembles…” 

– City Arts

“…think being a cyborg might be cool someday, this film is probably right for you.”

“Danger Diva is the ‘90s sc-fi of the future…”

– Capitol Hill Times

“Musical guinea pig…evil scientists, miracle babies, and brainwashed worker bees…Robert McGinley’s sci-fi musical (DANGER DIVA) is a zippy affair.”

– the Stranger


I am woman, hear me roar: “Danger Diva” in Seattle

Northwest Music Scene — Ten years ago, the film “Danger Diva” might have seemed total fantasy. Now it’s a cautionary fable about a perhaps not-too-distant future. Shot in Seattle over a hectic 20 days in 2015, “Danger Diva” is the story of Devi, a…

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‘Danger Diva’ Looks Into the Future, Darkly

City Arts — It says a lot that writer/director Robert McGinley’s Seattle-made indie flick Shredder Orpheus still feels prescient. The 1989 sci-fi rock ’n’ roll opus might be a resolutely ‘80’s funhouse-mirror of a movie, but it posits a dystopian…

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“Danger Diva” is the ’90s sci-fi of the future

Capitol Hill Times — Robert McGinley spent the better part of two decades making “Danger Diva” happen, then spent a little more than 20 days shooting the film entirely in Seattle — when you see a skyline, it isn’t Vancouver with the Space Needle superimposed…

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LOCAL SIGHTINGS > Danger Diva > Recommended

The Stranger — It’s hard to imagine a better futuristic, Seattle-set whatsit than Alan Rudolph’s Trouble in Mind, where Divine played a heavy and Seattle played Rain City. If Danger Diva isn’t quite on that level, Robert McGinley’s sci-fi musical is a zippier affair.

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