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Blood Night: The Legend Of Mary Hatchet [DVD]
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A group of teenagers celebrating Blood Night, the anniversary of the death of a local axe murderer, Mary Hatchet, suddenly find themselves face to face with the realities of her haunting. As they run from the bloody rampage left behind they’ll need to survive the night to expose the truth behind the legend of Bloody Mary.
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This movie starts off full speed ahead with a flashback of young Mary murdering her family in their home, action and gore galore.
Flash to the mental institution some years later where Mary is being held because she cant stand trial due to reasons of insanity.
Enter a fat gross mental ward worker who is taunting Mary asking her if she wants to "in his words" Goo Goo Gaa Gaa his Loli Pop..
She is raped and a child is conceived.
The staff informs Mary that her child died during childbirth after that Mary breaks loose and kills the staff ,after the carnage she is standing out front of the institution holding the severed head of the man who raped her ,is gunned down and killed by the police.
Now flash to what they call Blood night where teenagers celebrate the night that Mary killed her family.
You have a bunch of obnoxious teens talking about their penises ,getting laid and terrorizing people with eggs,tampons dipped in red paint and other delightful gifts.The parts that are suppose to be funny actually are ..There is a lot of female flesh for the guys to drool over and that adds to the retro feel.
The middle slows down quite a bit and I got a little disinterested but it picks back up again when Graveyard Gus played by "Bill Moseley" of The Devils Rejects and House of 1000 Corpses fame shows up and takes the remaining teens to the mental institution to reunite Mary with her dead baby because he was the one who knows where the box like coffin was buried. There is a twist but I saw it coming a mile away as for the gore it's pretty old school and over the top..Danielle Harris of Halloween franchise fame has quite an interesting role in this movie as well.
Some of the gore is well done some of it not done so well.As a slasher lover not affiliated with the film in any way I would say give it a watch It's pretty good.."The piano in the soundtrack sounded a bit like a rip off of Adam Greens Hatchet,but that's just my opinion.
It won't make my top 10 of the year but it's worth being in my collection and I'm sure I will pull it out again one night and watch it again..
This one is about a town that is still celebrating the deaths of many one night, 20 years ago when Mary Hatchett (Who has a rare psychosis condition where when she menstuates, she becomes unstable and homocidal) went loose on her parents and then on the local mental asylum that locked her up. After her murderous rampage she was shot down and the town lives her story like their own 'Halloween' celebrating it once a year and running around with Mary masks etc. Then one year, it all starts again. A group of teenagers are harrassed by a killer that show the same MO as Mary but Mary is dead.... or is she?
This one has loads of cheesy 80's moments. It is like watching an old 80's slasher thats been 90'd up! And look, it works. You got some good scares, some good kills, some creepy moments. Not huge on the character development but not necessarily bad either. It honestly is an entertaining little flick and I am glad I got it and I did enjoy it.
Its a must for all horror fans, its a pass for those that arent. 3.5/5.
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It's a straightforward slasher flick. The script and acting isn't anything exceptional but the gore and blood is pretty intense and the movie...Read more