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Brown Eyed Girls Channel Quentin Tarantino in Violent "Kill Bill" Video

July 30, 2013 at 5:00 pm EDT

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Brown Eyed Girls made their comeback last night, releasing a music video for their title track "Kill Bill" which pays homage to Quentin Tarantino's 2003 movie of the same name.

The seven-and-a-half-minute short film shows the girls in sexy, western-style billowy shirts, leather pants and fringed costumes.

Member Jea appears as "Bloody Blue Spider" in the Spaghetti Western-style video Credit: Nega Network

Member Jea appears as "Bloody Blue Spider" in the Spaghetti Western-style video
Credit: Nega Network

In the plot, the vixens recreate roles from the original film to tell a story of bloody vengence as each member tries to kill each other.

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Ga In, 25, particularly impresses with her slick, polished fighting moves that somewhat defy her tiny physique.

By the end of the short film, every member appears to be dead! Credit: Nega Network

By the end of the short film, every member appears to be dead!
Credit: Nega Network

"We don't mind shocking people," 31-year-old member Miryo says of the video. "We want people to be talking about the group and noticing our great music."

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It wouldn't be a Brown Eyed Girls comeback without some new dance moves Credit: Nega Network

It wouldn't be a Brown Eyed Girls comeback without some new dance moves
Credit: Nega Network

The fabulous four made their official comeback on Sunday, July 28, through a stage performance on music show Inkigayo and today released their fifth studio album "Black Box".

The girls plan to release a dance version of the "Kill Bill" music video next week.

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