Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Joe Estevez, Michael Wollner, John Ryan Lovett, Rebecca Shea, Eva Bloomfield
Director: Michael Lansu
Genres: Horror, Science Fiction & Fantasy
Studio: Laguna Productions Inc Release Date: 08/12/2008 Run time: 90 minutes
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Mary's not happy with this movie...and neither am I!
C. Schultz | Minnesota | 03/10/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I kept watching hoping it would turn the corner... what a disappointment. Cheesy acting plus bad transitional filming make what could have been a good movie (I understand this is based on a true story/legend from the Chicago area) into a jumbled mess. The lead actor is so unsympathetic that I found myself hoping either he would really do himself in or Mary would have her revenge.
Unless you're from Chicago and know the background of this story, you may enjoy it just for that reason. Otherwise, I'd pass on this stinker.
Mary is coming after those who made this movie and she ISN'T happy!"
Horrified!....that I wasted my time watching this
Maura E. Lynch | New York, NY USA | 02/28/2009
(1 out of 5 stars)
"The "Resurrection Mary" ghost story is a great one, but this diluted and dull adaptation of it was so BORING! Sometimes fans of horror will at least get a kick from how poorly made a film can be, and maybe there will be a scare or two along the way. Alas, that is not the case with this one. The script, the acting, the camera work were all dreadful. Our "hero" doesn't seem bewitched; he's constipated. His poor fiance Amy never should have hooked up with this loser in the first place. The actress playing "Mary" was quite beautiful and did a good job with what was written for her. I might even have laughed at some of the poor filmmaking if the entirety wasn't such dreck. For example, the exterior of a car driving down a country road at night is shot in color. Cut to the interior where a young couple are arguing. The "trees" the viewer sees out the windows look like they were cut out of black construction paper by kindergarten students. Joe Estevez's overacting was mildly amusing, but it wasn't clear whether or not his coughing was the character or if poor Joe actually has emphysema. Please DO NOT waste your time or money on this one."