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  • Actors: Arye Gross, Claudia Christian, Adrienne Shelly, Ray Baker, R. Lee Ermey
  • Directors: Alan Spencer
  • Writers: Alan Spencer
  • Producers: Bernie Brillstein, Howard Klein, Louis G. Friedman, Marc S. Fischer
  • Format: Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, NTSC
  • Rated: R (Restricted)
  • Number of tapes: 1
  • Studio: Sony Pictures Home E
  • VHS Release Date: March 21, 2000
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: 6302765145
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #379,353 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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To say this is a silly movie is an understatement.... it's so childish and pointless/so of course I loved it!
Los conquistadores del gato!
Paced perfectly, Hexed features a great mix of slapstick, parody and intelligent humor - everything that's missing from today's "comedies."
Floyd Turbo
Take my advice, this is one of the best comedies I have ever had the satisfaction of watching...over and over and over again!
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Dead Boy on October 10, 2005
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
First of all, let me say that Hexed is not your usual kind of comedy. It has a sort of evolving kind of humor to it that is really quite brilliant. In the begining it is more akin to the kind of humor you'd get out of a Ben Stiller movie like Meet the Parents or Zoolander. But as the story progresses the humor subtily and stedily changes and evolves until it reaches a Zucker Brothers style of sillyness like that of the Naked Gun series. This transition is part of what makes the movie so hysterical because it doen't start by clubbing you over then head with the hard stuff. It works you into it till you're ready for the more over-the-top material. But throughout, be it subtile or slap-stick, the overall brand of humor is dark (just the way I like it).

As to the bonus material, the comentary track by director Alan Spencer is one of the best I've heard. Though all by himself (sorry, no Claudia Christian) the guy keeps you informed and entertained all at once. And somehow, he manages to keep talking continiously throughout non-stop from the start right through the ending credits. No lulls or pauses, which I find kind annoying. By the end of the track not only will you have a good feel for the production, but also all the really good material that the studio wouldn't let him include.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Hal Willis on August 29, 2005
Format: DVD
Claudia Christian gives a brilliant comedic performance as the model Hexina in this hysterical dark comedy. The sex scene is one of the funniest scenes recorded on film and the rest of the movie keeps up the laughs. Alan Spencer's director's commentary makes a second viewing of the movie even funnier and should not be missed.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By cookieman108 on July 17, 2006
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
While I thought Hexed (1993) was an entertaining feature, there was a slight bit of disappointment for me in that with a title like that for a film, I half expected there to be some supernatural elements involved within the story, but there wasn't...I will say this, though, whatever disappointment I may have had over the title in relation to the film vanished once Claudia `Ivanova' Christian (The Hidden, Maniac Cop 2, "Babylon 5") made the scene...homina homina...written and directed by Alan Spencer ("Sledge Hammer!"), the film stars, along with Ms. Christian, Arye Gross (Soul Man, House II: The Second Story). Also appearing is Adrienne Shelly (I'll Take You There), R. Lee Ermey (Full Metal Jacket, Fletch Lives), Ray Baker (Silverado, Total Recall), Michael E. Knight ("All My Children"), and the late Norman Fell (Airport 1975, The End), probably best known as his role of the skeevy landlord Mr. Roper on the television sitcom "Three's Company".

Arye Gross plays the character Matthew Welsh, a hotel clerk who desires more from life than that which is his current lot, so much so he makes up all kinds of outrageous lies about his life, perhaps in the hopes some of them will come true (as the movie begins we see him arriving at the hotel on New Year's Eve dressed in a tuxedo, acting all snooty and mingling with the guest during a party before getting busted). When the news of a special guest, a European super model named Hexina (Christian), gets around, Matthew immediately starts telling his co-workers about a bogus past relationship he had with the woman, to which no one believes him because everyone knows he's a rotten, stinking, filthy liar.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By C. Jake Cordova on June 13, 2004
Format: VHS Tape
I saw this movie at the theatres on opening day. Then I watched it again 2 days later with a friend who hadn't seen it. When HEXED came out on Laserdisc, I scooped it up quick and literally watched it every month or so.
I don't know why I love this movie so much, other than the casting is perfect and the dry humor is unbelievably funny There's also a bitter sense of realism right underneath all of the fake dark comedy. And Ayre Grosse is phenomenal ! I don't know why I think that, I just do!!
I guess it's safe to say it's kind of a 'dumb' movie, but... maybe THAT'S the very reason I love it so much.
Seriously, this movie MUST be relased on DVD soon!! PLEASE!! I have since sold my Laserdisc player and I NEED my HEXED fix soon!!! AHHHHH!!
"Yep, I knew that had to her here." (long pause) "That's a gun."
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Lucky on August 14, 2005
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
"Hexed" was mistakenly marketed by the studio as a "spoof," which it isn't. Alan Spencer's DVD commentary makes that clear. The movie was a dark comedy about a pair of dueling liars, one famous and one not, and how celebrities can get away with anything. While it features slapstick and sight gags, the tone is different than "Sledge Hammer!" but still provides a few shock laughs like the police brutality scene. Some people love this movie and others hate it. Ironically, the DVD release has been getting good reviews as the movie was a bit ahead of the curve in some ways. Decide for yourself because it will be never be accused of being bland. A deleted scene involving Shakespeare should have been included in the final cut and what a pity Spencer's director's cut doesn't exist somewhere, especially with the original choice of theme music, the song from the movie "Valley of the Dolls," which he talks about on the commentary. I look forward to another Alan Spencer film as well as the return of "Sledge Hammer!"
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