Blood Night (Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet) (2008)

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A shocking Long Island legend returns with a blood vengeance in this independent chiller starring Bill Moseley and Danielle Harris (Rob Zombie's Halloween). Back in 1978, little Mary Mattock shocked her small community when she viciously murdered her entire family with a hatchet. A decade later Mary staged a daring escape from the Kings Park Psychiatric Center, only to be gunned down by the police outside of the sanitarium walls. Ever since that fateful night, the date of Mary's demise has been known as Blood Night by the Long Island locals. It's a frivolous excuse for restless teens to party like there's no tomorrow. And this year, there might not be. When a group of mischievous teens begin falling prey to what appears to be Mary Mattock's vengeful spirit, panic starts to spread, and the horrifying truth about the murderess' grim legend finally comes to light.
Rating: R (for pervasive strong bloody horror violence, sexual content, nudity, language and teen partying)
Genre: Drama , Horror , Mystery & Suspense
Directed By: Frank Sabatella
Written By: Elke Blasi , Frank Sabatella
In Theaters: wide
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Cast

Bill Moseley
as Grave Yard Gus
Alissa Dean
as Nicole
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½

There's some gore, some giggles and a whole lot of gratuitous nudity, which I can appreciate, but these aren't enough things to make a movie *good*.

Gimly M.
Gimly M.
½

A decent little modern slasher film. It has plenty of gore and a few grisly kills. It has a strong start but it felt rushed towards the last 15mins which was a bit of a let down. It's very short at just 80mins in total. Good for a short fix for Slasher fans but we still want better than this.

Dean King
Dean King
½

better then i though and there gore glore to boot. Main thing wrong was the acting very poor indeed!!!

Brian De Guelle
Brian De Guelle

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