Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Kim Tyler, Matt Borlenghi, Jaason Simmons
Genres: Drama, Horror, Mystery & Suspense
Hell Hath No Fury Like A Woman Scorned. Killer DVD Features Include: "Behind the Cinematography" Featurette; "The Making of the Witch" Featurette; Filmmakers Commentary; "The Curse" Music Video; Outtakes
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Keith A. (Keefer522)
Reviewed on 8/28/2013...
B-grade horror that's kinda like a mish mash of "Heathers," "Candyman" and "I Know What You Did Last Summer" set in a mental hospital. A group of student nurses accidentally conjure up a legendary witch while playing something called "The Mirror Game," then have to try and cover it up after people start turning up dead around the hospital they work in.
"Bloody Mary" started out promising but fell apart pretty quickly. None of the cast could act worth a lick, but at least the actresses who played the group of "Mean Girl" nurses were all pretty hot and spent quite a bit of time undressed. Some decent gore too (the "Bloody Mary" creature enjoys collecting eyeballs from her victims... Yuck.) but towards the end the story went off in way too many random directions. This flick is skippable.
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Marc Bouhana | FRANCE | 02/14/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"WELL I THINK THIS MOVIE IS NOT PERFECT AT ALL WELL IT IS BLOODY YES BUT THE ACTING IS NOT SO WELL IT LOOK LIKE A TV MOVIE
THE PICTURE OF THE DVD IS NOT SO GOOD TOO
EXCEPT THIS IT IS OK TO WATCH IT LOOK A LITTLE BIT WITH CANDY MAN OR MOVIES LIKE THIS
THE GOOD SURPRISE IS THAT THE SOUND IS IN DTS AND HAVE ENGLISH SUBTITTLES WHO ARE NOT INDICATE IN THE COVER
SO DO I LIKE IT OR NOT ???? YES I LIKE IT OK OH I FORGET WE CAN SEE 2 ACTRESS NUDE AND THAT IS A GOOD SURPRISE"
Overall a decent horror film
rareoopdvds | San Diego, CA United States | 04/18/2007
(3 out of 5 stars)
"I read the reviews here and was intrigued by this film, so I gave it a chance. With minimal budget, I think the film was really well done. Some of the scripting and acting is amateurish, but it at least remains consistent. I might be knit-picking a bit here, but the part that really irked me the most were the scenes in the mental hospital. Mostly the doctors, who obviously have never worked in a hospital, or know any of the rules that govern such an institute. First, the main character, Natalie (Kim Tyler) is able to walk on the property and visit patients who have no relationship to her. This is definately against policy in that they need consent from the patient. Next she brings in a gift (a teddy bear) which is also not allowed to give gifts unless inspected and approved by the hospital. She ends up giving it to some other patient. Natalie would probably not be allowed back to that hospital because of that. Most of the patients are typical "crazies" who are free to walk around, which would not be the case either. Not to mention they walk freely around Natalie with no observation from the mental health workers. The conversation with the two head doctors and Natalie would never have happened, and even if it did, they would not have had that conversation revealing so much about a patient. Although the head doctor mentions "patient confidentiality", he continues at length discussing the patient who has no relevance to Natalie's life (save for her detective work, but thats only for the stories sake). He also says they dont know whats wrong with her and it would be too early to make any kind of diagnosis. This is what really threw me. If they had no diagnosis, the patient would not be in the hospital. With health care insurance knee deep in hospital policy, a diagnosis is mandated before any insurance can be given, thus any treatment. So, in sum, the hospital setting is that of a pre-war era with some knowledge of the modern hospital routine, so it comes off as ignorant.
Otherwise the film, as a horror movie does its job with some decent scares, good gore, lots of attractive girls running around, nude at times, which makes for a relatively solid horror film."
Doesnt get much cheaper than this...
Chuck Mengel | Tyrone, Pa. | 11/02/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This had to be one of the smallest budgets ever for a movie. The low quality got on my last nerve like nails on a chalkboard and there wasnt one decent actor in this film.
The plot could have been workable if not for the pitiful hand wad of cash used to finance this movie. Honestly... stay away from this one, unless your one of those people who enjoys wasting your time on low budget flicks that are a complete waste of film and time."