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Hansel & Gretel Get Baked [Blu-Ray]


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  • Actors: Lara Flynn Boyle, Molly C. Quinn, Michael Welch
  • Directors: Duane Journey
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Blu-ray, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region A/1 (Read more about DVD/Blu-ray formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Tribeca
  • DVD Release Date: June 25, 2013
  • Run Time: 100 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B00BPGLNXQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #243,169 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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From the producer of Twilight:

A brother and sister (Michael Welch, The Twilight series, and Molly Quinn, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story, A Christmas Carol) battle a witch (Lara Flynn Boyle, Men In Black 2, The Practice) who lures teenagers into her suburban home with her special blend of marijuana where she then proceeds to kill and eat them to maintain her youth and beauty.

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The gore and scares are satisfying and messy . . . Hansel and Gretel Get Baked is a lot of fun for the comedy loving horror fan in all of us. --bloody-disgusting.com

Customer Reviews

Surprisingly this turned out to be a pretty good movie!
Steven Epley
With a title like Hansel & Gretel Get Baked I certainly didn't expect much more than a one star flick.
dhart
This movie is a great movie to watch while throwing a party.
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Format: Blu-ray
When approaching a movie entitled "Hansel & Gretel Get Baked," you aren't exactly shopping for next season's Oscar winner! At best, you hope for a good time. And I'll tell you what, I was so stoked and surprised by how enjoyable I found the start of this experience. The opening third of the movie expertly combines stoner humor, skewed fairy tale lore, and over-the-top horror comedy. The screenplay is unexpectedly clever (silly, too, but enjoyably so) and I thought this might be a terrific sleeper surprise. Unfortunately, though, this delicate balance of creativity soon gives way to much less inspired action mayhem. Within a few scenes, the film all but forgoes the fairy tale parallel and drops the delightful stoner angle. Instead it focuses on its most generic element and becomes a rather toothless horror trifle with a witch and her zombie minions battling the young protagonists. Even this might be sufficient if it was super funny or unusual, but it simply isn't. In short, a potentially good movie loses its way and never really recovers.

Molly Quinn (Castle) and Michael Welch play siblings Hansel and Gretel as typical over-privileged suburban teens. Quinn and her boyfriend Ashton (a very funny Andrew James Allen) are enjoying a leisurely day of smoking. When their stash runs dry, he heads over to the home of a local Pasadena purveyor with a new strain of Black Forest weed. The kindly old lady doing the selling (Lara Flynn Boyle) may not be an ordinary drug dealer, though. Something supernatural is afoot and her dealings with Ashton are appropriately macabre, sufficiently gory, and quite amusing. I LOVED the movie up until this point. From here on out, though, the screenplay just shuttles a variety of characters off to the house to be dispatched in different ways.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The Movie Guy on June 25, 2013
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The plot is simple. Agnes (Lara Flynn Boyle) is a witch who grows some righteous weed called "Black Forest" that all the kids crave. She allows them into her house and extracts their youth from them, which causes their demise.

The film starts out like a fairly decent stoner film, break out the milk and gingerbread cookies. It has some decent comedy, dark comedy, and slasher moments. About half way through the film the writers got a block.I kept waiting for Hansel (Michael Welch) and Gretel(Molly C. Quinn) to come together and turn this into a good witch fight. As it turns out Hansel is a minor character while Molly has to carry the film by herself. Don't get me wrong, she did well for the lousy lines she was scripted, with her red hair and looks making me ache for Laura Prepon. It was a good idea that was squandered.

Parental Guide: F-bombs. No sex or nudity. Not even a simple cat fight between Lara and Molly rolling around on the floor.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Steven Epley on April 3, 2013
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Surprisingly this turned out to be a pretty good movie! It is a somewhat different take on the whole Hansel and Gretel tale. If you are into stoner humor then check it out. Laura Flynn Boyle plays the witch and she is awesome! Very entertaining!
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When approaching a movie entitled "Hansel & Gretel Get Baked," you aren't exactly shopping for next season's Oscar winner! At best, you hope for a good time. And I'll tell you what, I was so stoked and surprised by how enjoyable I found the start of this experience. The opening third of the movie expertly combines stoner humor, skewed fairy tale lore, and over-the-top horror comedy. The screenplay is unexpectedly clever (silly, too, but enjoyably so) and I thought this might be a terrific sleeper surprise. Unfortunately, though, this delicate balance of creativity soon gives way to much less inspired action mayhem. Within a few scenes, the film all but forgoes the fairy tale parallel and drops the delightful stoner angle. Instead it focuses on its most generic element and becomes a rather toothless horror trifle with a witch and her zombie minions battling the young protagonists. Even this might be sufficient if it was super funny or unusual, but it simply isn't. In short, a potentially good movie loses its way and never really recovers.

Molly Quinn (Castle) and Michael Welch play siblings Hansel and Gretel as typical over-privileged suburban teens. Quinn and her boyfriend Ashton (a very funny Andrew James Allen) are enjoying a leisurely day of smoking. When their stash runs dry, he heads over to the home of a local Pasadena purveyor with a new strain of Black Forest weed. The kindly old lady doing the selling (Lara Flynn Boyle) may not be an ordinary drug dealer, though. Something supernatural is afoot and her dealings with Ashton are appropriately macabre, sufficiently gory, and quite amusing. I LOVED the movie up until this point. From here on out, though, the screenplay just shuttles a variety of characters off to the house to be dispatched in different ways.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By chenoa on July 11, 2013
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I wasn't sure what to expect with this but was laughing a lot even with the so so acting and thought it was well worth the rental price
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Micheal Hunt on June 24, 2014
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I different twist on Hensel & Gretal see's the story told as a modern day stoner movie... however, I would not exactly call it a stoner comedy, as more just a regular horror comedy. There is a couple of scenes I could imagine stoners probably freaking out if they where high, but provided you take a bit of gross gore, it's far from a movie I could imagine would make a druggie that's high trip out, so bare that in mind before seeing this if that was one of your assumptions about this movie.

Hansel and Gretal are typical valley teenagers. Gretal is a pothead, while her brother Hansel is the straight man. Gretals boyfriend is a huge dope smoker and they have just discovered the best weed they have ever tried called Black Forrest. They run out of pot and so the boyfriend takes off to buy some more from the source. He discovers a sweet little old lady is producing the grass and she invites him in for what seems like an innocent cup of hot tea and a bong, but things may not be as they appear with this sweet little old lady. After a few hours Gretal has not heard from her boyfriend and begins to look for him, with all clues leading back to the sweet little old drug dealing lady who says she has not seen her boyfriend at all.

Will it turn out like the old H&C story and the sweet little old lady is really an evil old wicked witch, or is Gretal just so high she's hallucinating the whole thing? You'll have to see the movie for yourself to find out.

I absolutely hate Twilight, but I could stand this film from start to end, so don't worry about witches sparkling or emo dialog. This film is nothing like Twilight or it's tones in anyway at all!
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