Maria's B-Movie Mayhem: Love Me Deadly / The Curious Case of the Campus Corpse
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(Sep 13, 2011)
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Maria Kanellis a former WWE Diva WWE 2008 Diva of the year cover of Playboy magazine April 2008 voted #53 on 100 sexiest women by FHM Magazine celebrity contestant on CELEBRITY APPRENTICE with Donald Trump! She now tackles a new deadly arena hosting B films! This double bill of terror features 1972 classic LOVE ME DEADLY a haunted and disturbing horror about a lady who loves the dead too much. Also on the same card is CURIOUS CASE OF CAMPUS CORPSE which features Jeff East as a college kid who joins a fraternity only to be involved in a accident that takes a life of one of the student (Charles Martin Smith). Two graveyard terror as Maria host this massacre! LOVE ME DEADLY (96min)CURIOUS CASE OF CAMPUS CORPSE (90min)Special Feature: Maria Kanellis hosting the beginning and end of the film. Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: HORROR Rating: R Age: 851740003208 UPC: 851740003208 Manufacturer No: MARIA002
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I'll start with the 2nd movie. "The Hazing" (titled Campus Corpse on the packaging) is about a hazing gone wrong and the frat trying to cover up the death. I remember seeing this on TV decades ago. You'll keep the fast forward button warm and the ending isn't much of a surprise. Comes across more like a made for TV movie. 2 stars at best.
The main feature is, "Love Me Deadly." Lindsay (Mary Wilcox) scans the obituary page for younger male deaths, goes to funerals and when the crowd leaves, she sneaks up to the coffin for a little make out session with the deceased. A mortician begins to notice her and wants her to join his freaky group (looking like satanists) of dead loving enthusiasts. Through the movie men try to get close to her (those who don't succeed have to feel good about losing out to dead guys) and fail and we find out why Lindsay loves the dead.
Along the way there's blood, violence, nudity, cool 70s scenes of southern California and a sick sense of dread every time the star goes looking for love in funeral homes. Fans that need to have constant violence probably won't like this but give it a chance and you might be surprised.