|release date||June 14 2011|
|writer||Frank Sabatella, Elke Blasi|
|starring||Samantha Facchi, Ricardo Cordero, Nate Dushku, Anthony Marks, Nancy Malleo, Danielle Harris, Bill Moseley|
|trailer 1||Trailer #1|
SynopsisA local tradition of celebration turns deadly for a group of teenage friends. While celebrating the anniversary of the death of local student and axe murderer, Mary Hatchet, they find themselves face-to-face with their own mortal reality. Haunted, the friends run from the bloody rampage, but as the seemingly endless night wears on, they learn that they must expose the truth behind the urban legend of Bloody Mary.
Let’s get right to the point. Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet is 80 minutes of brutal murders of senseless teens, served up amidst a slimy mound of blood and guts and decapitated heads and tits and sex, wrapped in a familiar urban legend that a lot of us have – like the Ouija board – played with before. In a brutal opening segment in the Kings Park Psychiatric Facility that is easily one of the most insane and guiltily satisfying carnages witnessed in the first 15 minutes of a film – Mary Hatchet is raped by an orderly and gives birth nine months later, only to have her baby taken away by the hospital. This, along with a menstrual disorder, sends Mary into a psychotic tailspin – inspiring her to kill the entire hospital shift’s staff before finally being put down by bullets via our local hero police officers. All 100% nude. Enter now Samantha Facchi, forever into my cranial horror hall of fame. …Read More