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Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II
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When I was a kid I came home one day and my brother had this movie playing, and I saw a seen that scared me back then, but stuck in my mind all these years. And now finally I have tracked down what that movie was and being a horror buff I must say I this is a pretty decent flick that rekindled me with that scene in my head and i also wasn't disappointed with the rest of the film around it.
Tho it didn't scare me at all this time (nothing does anymore) I still think it's a great horror movie. What's interesting about it is it pays tribute to many of the great horror movies made before it. The most noticeable is the prom at the beginning of the movie that resembles the prom from the movie Carrie. It's not a rip-off; it's a tribute to many, many horror movies.
This movie has some great scenes... especially in the locker room *squish*. I love the homage stuff, I like the catch phrases and I think this is certainly a terrific horror movie. The ending could have been better, but overall I'm glad I own this one. It's a shame there is no bonus features at all. I'd love to have heard an audio commentary.
NOTE: this film is not entirely a sequel to Prom Night 1. This movie uses the title as part 2, but it's kind of the same thing that was done for Halloween 3... only this movie doesn't suck!!! So keep in mind it's not a continuation of the first movie, but IMO this is the best Prom Night of them all!
More "A Nightmare on Elm Street" meets "Carrie" than "Halloween" or "Friday The 13th," "Prom Night II" is a quirky but entertaining sequel. The death scenes are much more imaginative than in the first film, in spite of obvious heavy editing and some poorly-achieved yet ambitious visual effects. Michael Ironside rolls through the film straight-faced almost as if he can't wait to cash that paycheck. It's left up to the teens, then, to carry the film. Unfortunately they all appear to be in their mid-20s and, especially in the case of the main character, require much stretching of the imagination to fit the part.Read more ›
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Mary Lou Maloney (Lisa Schrage) was a popular student at Hamilton High School. At the school's 1957 prom, she was destined to become prom queen only to have it snatched away from... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Luquillo
Remove "Prom Night" from the title so your expectations are in check - and get ready for a remarkably fun horror movie. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Shane R. Monroe
Confessions of a bad girl, it's 1957 and prom night. Poor unlucky Mary Lou plays fast and loose one time too many and betrays the wrong boy. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Einsatz
First of all, the only thing this film had to do with the original Jaimie Lee Curtis slasher film is the fact that there is a high school prom. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mike Clor
This really is an in-name only sequel to Prom Night, but it's actually much better! Unlike the original which was a fairly basic slasher film, this one has lots of weird, unique... Read morePublished 8 months ago by Graham W
A very rare movie that is very hard to find but it is a good movie tooPublished 9 months ago by ciccu
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