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


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

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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.

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  • Nov 06, 2015
    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 Super Reviewer
  • Jul 06, 2014
    This wasn't bad. The acting was awful, but the story and the gore were pretty good. Not much surprises me anymore when it comes to gore, but even this one had me grossed out!
    Erin C Super Reviewer
  • Jan 04, 2012
    Enjoyable, if predictable, old school style slasher film. A mental young, Mary, girl is put into an asylum for butchering her family but after going through some shit in there manages to escape but gets shot dead. Her exploits become infamous and her legacy of sorts is celebrated every year. This time it seems Mary may have come back from the dead as a buch of dudes at a party start getting killed one by one. As you might have guessed, this is your average slasher fair with blatant Halloween/Friday 13th influences. The prescence of brilliant Bill Moseley and Danielle Harris from Rob Zombies Halloween films and Hatchet 2 give it a bit of credibility and if your after a bit of random late night horror fun then Blood Night is worth a look just don't go in expecting some sort of horror classic.
    Adam M Super Reviewer
  • Aug 15, 2011
    I have to applaud the filmmakers for accomplishing a nice style and great death scenes. Unfortunately that is all this movie has to offer - plus a 45 Grave song. The characters are annoying brats, the dialogue made me bite my lip, it's too short, and there isn't much that makes 'Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet' different from other slashers. It plays to the stereotypical horror fan who loves tits and ass and a lot of blood - that's not me, I love gore but nudity for no apparent reason is a sign of compensating for the weaknesses of the movie.
    Jonny B Super Reviewer

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