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Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II

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When Hamilton High's Prom Queen of 1957, Mary Lou Maloney is killed by her jilted boyfriend, she comes back for revenge 30 years later. Bill Nordham is now the principle of Hamilton High and his son is about to attend the prom with Vicki Carpenter. However, she is possessed by Mary Lou Maloney after opening a trunk in the school's basement. Now Bill must face the horror he left behind in 1957.

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  • Actors: Lisa Schrage, Michael Ironside, Wendy Lyon, Louis Ferreira, Richard Monette
  • Directors: Bruce Pittman
  • Writers: Ron Oliver
  • Producers: Ilana Frank, Peter Haley, Peter R. Simpson, Ray Sager
  • Format: Color, NTSC, Subtitled, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Dubbed: Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: MGM
  • DVD Release Date: April 1, 2008
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (65 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B0013K2ZFO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #83,972 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II" on IMDb

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By Paul Jutras on July 8, 2008
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Glad that now that the remake of the original Prom Night is in theatres that they finally decided to release Prom Night 2 to DVD. It was always one of my favorite Prom night stories with it super natural aspect of a dead prom queen possessing a high school girl and trying to live the dream of being queen she was denied when she died in the school gym fire in 1950s. A lot better concept than a mere serial killer. My only problem is the same as with most 1980s horror movies. That is the DVD box art. I find it weird that 1980s had the most fantastic VHS box cover art and often some of the worst DVD box cover art.
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Prom Night 2 - Hello Mary Lou is about a girl named Mary Lou who was killed at her prom on stage accepting the prom queen award sometime during the 1950's. And then the movie takes place 30 years later and the spirit of Mary Lou has come back from the dead to get revenge, wreak havoc and accept her award as prom queen. She possesses a girl to do so and nothing is going to stop her from getting what she wants.

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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.

SUMMARY:
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!
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On Hamilton high's prom night 1957, Mary Lou Maloney (Lisa Schrage) was killed during a vengeful prank gone horribly wrong. Burned alive in front of the entire senior class, Mary Lou stares out at them w/ eyes full of hate. Fast-forward 30 years, and it's prom season again. This time, Mary Lou will finally have her vengeance. PROM NIGHT 2 is one of those movies I put off watching for years, figuring it would stink. I also wanted Jamie Lee Curtis to be in it (yes, I love her). Well, I just watched it and must say that it stands on it's own as an 80s classic. PN2 includes ghosts, possession, telekinetic powers, and enough supernatural murder and mayhem to please any horror enthusiast. Oh yeah, and there's some gratuitous (though always welcome) nudity as well. Plus, creep-fest icon, Michael Ironside (Scanners, Visiting Hours, Starship Troopers, Total Recall, etc.) is the Hamilton High principal who knew Mary Lou all too well!! With nods to CARRIE, A NIGHTMARE ON ELM STREET, and others, PR2 is a hoot! Watch for the PC electrocution, death-by-neon-lightning-bolt, and girl-turned-into-hamburger-in-a-locker sequences! Also, this movie is like a late 80s fashion disaster show. Check out the tall, stiff hair and "hip" clothing for added terror! A must-see...
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All the prom nights are classics, I really love this one that revolves around Mary Lou Maloney, this is horror at it's best. Mary Lou is killed in a fire and her life is cut short so she comes back... and possesses an innocent girl to take revenge on the ones she feels is responsibile for her death.
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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 her in an accident that lead to her death. 30 years later in the same school, Vicki Carpenter (Wendy Lyon) unknowingly releases Mary's soul from a chest in the school's basement. Mary Lou has returned to the world. -summary

The only thing Prom Night 2 (1987) has in common with the original Prom Night (1980) that starred Jamie Lee Curtis is the name, and quite frankly, that's just not a bad thing at least in my case. The original movie was a poorly paced, excuse of a slasher that wasn't only cheap with the slashes, but the end results really didn't deliver at all. Now this movie isn't THAT much of an improvement though, however, I can manage to remain focused and not worry about the Z-monster bombarding me with sleep-inducing hay-makers. Directed by Bruce Pittman, Prom Night 2 is somewhat entertaining despite how heavily it apes from other horror films in the same class.

For starters, this movie uses a supernatural theme as it borrows heavily from both A Nightmare on Elm Street and Carrie. It doesn't reach anywhere near the same level of greatness as either film mainly because it takes itself far less seriously; this isn't exactly a flaw to me, since it handles certain elements well enough plus you can tell through various homages its aim was low brow entertainment. The plot follows Vicki whom finds herself suffering from some type of hallucinations with Mary Lou at the center of it all. Her everyday life flips to a darker version and she finds herself quite possibly falling deeper into insanity. During this time, Mary Lou is working her way towards a possession.
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