Betty Blowtorch and Her Amazing True Life Adventures is a 2003 dramatic documentary directed by Antonia Scarpa. Scarpa is both a filmmaker and a musician so, she wanted to make a rock and roll movie reminiscent of the 1970s instead of what audiences are accustomed to on television. To accomplish this, she chose the foul-mouthed, all-girl rock band Betty Blowtorch and spent two years documenting everything about them. The band includes Bianca Butthole on bass guitar and lead vocals, Blare N' Bitch on lead guitar, Sharon Needles on guitar and vocals, and Judy Molish on drums. The film includes the personal stories of each member, including tragedies they have survived, their rise through the music industry, professional setbacks they encountered, archive materials from their early days, interviews with other musicians, including Vanilla Ice, Duff McKagan from Guns 'N Roses, and Kevin Baldes from Lit, and rare live band performances with their low-tech pyrotechnic show.