Destruction Damsels “A GROWING RESIDENT” Featuring Sugargirlmodel

Good morning everyone,

Today, we’re going to examine a growth-themed live-action video clip paying homage to a famous video game.

“A Growing Resident” starring Sugargirlmodel and produced by Destruction Damsels was released on May 26th, 2021. It parodies the Resident Evil franchise (a.k.a. Biohazard バイオハザード in Japan). A Growing Resident is an 8-minute clip focused on the character Rebecca Chambers (レベッカ・チェンバース) who was introduced in 1996 as a scientist within the first Resident Evil game produced by Capcom. (SIDE NOTE: Rebecca can be seen in the image to the right, taken from the Resident Evil Wiki. Click here to read its entry about Rebecca.)

Since Resident Evil’s first release on Sony’s PlayStation video game console, subsequent sequels of the survival horror game have also been ported to Microsoft’s X-Box 360 & X-Box One, Nintendo’s GameCube, Switch & Wii, PCs, the Sega Saturn console, etc. Beginning in 2002, several live-action movies starring Milla Jovovich have been released. Animated series, comics, novels, and even stage plays have been based on this franchise. Suffice to say, Resident Evil is popular! (SIDE NOTE: This horror game became of particular interest to large women fans with the introduction of mini-giantess vampire Lady Dimitrescu in 2021!)

Click here to read an interview with Goro Brava, the owner of Destruction Damsels.

A Growing Resident begins after a series of narrow escapes require Rebecca to create an anti-venom for a teammate bitten by a giant snake. (SIDE NOTE: You have to admire Rebecca’s “can-do” spirit. If I had survived a helicopter crash, and then endured a train crash, and then had an unpleasant encounter with a giant, venomous snake, I might have given up! That’s a lot of trauma!)

At this juncture, I want to take a moment and discuss the set in which Rebecca experimented with a mysterious yellow herb. The place was rather sterile looking without any wall decorations. That noted, I can appreciate how it might be difficult to replicate the look of a mansion walls, because such a place would have portraits of old dead people, elaborate artwork, expensive paintings, etc.

Sugergirlmodel was dressed very similar to the video game character she was meant to emulate!

That’s to say, decorations suited for rich people who can afford to live in a mansion. For example, examine the following publicity still taken from the 2019 “Knives Out” film, which primarily takes place in a large estate owned by a famous author. Please note the walls.

It could be difficult to find such props, and it might be tempting to use cheaper decorations like modern movie posters. However, that would look out of place. It would be odd to see films like “F9,” “Parasite,” or “Spider-Man: No Way Home” advertised in a stately manor. Although, such posters would be cheap and easy to find, they would be more in keeping with a college dorm room. Now, to be clear, it’s not impossible that a wealthy owner would love modern movies. Nor is it inconceivable that an affluent person might prefer bare walls. My claim is only that bare walls do not fit the stereotypical idea of a mansion. To give another example, the following screenshot from the aforementioned film Parasite shows family portraits and artwork in a rich family’s home:

Searching online specifically for Resident Evil’s Spencer Mansion also returns results with elaborate decorations, including paintings:

So, my recommendation is to add to the set decorations and put some things on the wall! Places like Goodwill sell used artwork and picture frames already filled with stock photos for very cheap. Sure, nit pickers could highlight that such works would come from unknown or commercial artists, ergo you’re more likely to find a Thomas Kinkade at Goodwill than an original piece from Vincent van Gogh. Nonetheless, any decorations would increase the production value. Also, real flowers would look better than plastic ones.

That’s enough about the set dressing though. Returning to the plot, Rebecca smashes the yellow herbs and begins to grow! (SIDE NOTE: Audio was excellent throughout with ominous background music and the sound of clothing tearing apart.)

The electric outlet and bricks were useful to track size increase as her body steadily raised upward compared to those unmoving markers.
The clothing destruction was appreciated. A bra, combat boots, gloves, pants, shoes, and T-shirts were ripped apart during the enlargement process.

With the help of an unvoiced Dr. Redfield, Rebecca shrinks back to normal size. (SIDE NOTE: As noted in previous views of similar videos, it would have been preferable if another performer had voiced Dr. Redfield or even better if he appeared on screen. Standard practice for these low-budget efforts is for a single performer to do monologues and pretend that other people are present, just out of sight and somewhere off camera.)

She’s smart though and decides to keep the yellow herb in case they need it later. Which they do indeed! Rebecca makes a conscious choice to inhale its fumes and grow once more.

Buy the clip to see this uncensored. Kudos to Goro, and especially to Sugargirlmodel, for giving fans total nudity and foregoing pasties.

This she does in order to save her friends from the zombie threat, personified by the action figure seen below:

Obviously, an actor in zombie makeup would have looked better than this toy. Still, I appreciated its inclusion and understand that there were budgetary constraints.

In total, there were two separate growth scenes and in the second our heroine consciously chose to transform in order to save her companions, Mr. Redfield and Ms. Valentine. After all, landing a helicopter in a zombie-infested area is perilous, far better to have a giant woman gently pick people up and place them onboard a mid-air helicopter! The inclusion of a robust narrative, in this case parodying Resident Evil, gave motivation and depth to this production. Those are often lacking in fetish clips.

One last recommendation is to add more sex. My hope is for someone to take up the torch laid down by the now-inactive Tywest:

This was taken from Tywest’s “Daphney & Kymberly Jane in Emergency!” Click here to read the full review.

Which is to say, put in explicit acts such as solo masturbation or sex scenes with other performers. Let’s see cinematic renditions of Redfired0g’s “Sugar Pills” or ZZZ’s “College Grown!” Now, to be fair, I believe Tywest was based out of southern California (a.k.a. SoCal if you’re kewl) which is arguably the easiest place in the entire U.S. to film erotica. So, Tywest may very well had an advantage due to location. Creators based in other states or countries may find their efforts to be significantly more difficult.

Furthermore, I want to be clear that my request for more carnal action in size-fetish should not be used to pressure performers. If a performer is not comfortable doing something then no one should try to force them.

Overall, A GROWING RESIDENT featuring Sugargirlmodel is strongly recommended for growth fans. (NOTE: That’s why it was #1 on the Top 10 Size-Fetish Creations of 2021.) It can be purchased for $7.99 at the following link:

That’s it for today folks. Next week’s reviews will begin with an older Giantess Club comic, written by Clovis. Until then, keep growing!

This review was written by SolomonG and is protected under Fair Use copyright law.

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3 thoughts on “Destruction Damsels “A GROWING RESIDENT” Featuring Sugargirlmodel

  1. Hey Solo. I believe that A Growing Resident is based on an episode of Marvel’s animated series “What If…”. In that episode, Janet VanDyne a.k.a. The Wasp, grows to giant size & stomps her way thru a zombie apocolpes. Unfortunately, the zombies take her down & she gets infected. Check it out when you can.

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    1. Actually, A Growing Resident predates that “What If…” episode. A Growing Resident came out on May 26, 2021, a few months before the “What If” zombie episode came out on September 8, 2021. Maybe Marvel should credit Goro! 😉

      That said, I did enjoy that animated episode, more than the nihilistic Marvel Zombies comics.


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