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Jonathan Levine’s Awesome ‘All The Boys Love Mandy Lane’ Dated For Home Video!

Update: I reached out to producer Keith Calder who confirmed that this will be a new transfer. If you’re like me and have the UK Blu from a couple of years back, this will be a bit of an upgrade.

Warm Bodies director Jonathan Levine’s All the Boys Love Mandy Lane really is pretty d*mn great so I’ll definitely be picking up a Blu when they hit US shelves on December 3rd. The film was produced by Snoot, who was behind You’re Next and is wrapping up post The Guest as we speak. The disc also features a commentary from Levine.

Starring Amber Heard and Anson Mount, “All the Boys Love Mandy Lane is about a group of high-schoolers who invite Mandy Lane, “a good girl” who becomes the object of everyone’s affection after returning from summer break, to a weekend party on a secluded ranch. While the festivities rage on, the number of revelers begins to mysteriously drop one at a time.

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  • K-Dogg

    Man, I must be in the minority on this flick, I just didn’t like it, I found every character so unlikeable, and that really hurt the movie for me.

    • SaturdayThe14th

      I wouldn’t say you’re the only one. The movie was ok, but nowhere near as good as all the hype has made it out to be.

    • WalkWithMeInDarkness

      We’re in the minority together. I thought this movie was so typical and the characters were definitely unsympathetic. I’ve said before, I don’t hate on anyone for what they like, but some people talk about this movie like it’s the slasher to end all slashers when there’s barely any fucking slashing in it. Bad characters, lame deaths and a twist with absolutely no explained motivation makes this one a dud for me.

      • SaturdayThe14th

        WalkWithMe summed it up perfectly.

    • SonOfVoorhees

      Agreed. I saw this at FrightFest in London years ago and it was so disappointing. Every made out it was the holy grail of horror with all the hype and it was a pretty standard slasher movie with a weak twist ending.

  • Put me in the minority.

    I had big expectations for this, but All The Boys Love Mandy Lane felt like a run of the mill slasher flick. The twist at the very end was great, but overall, Mandy Lane was very underwhelming and boring for me.

  • Baphomitt

    “Awesome”? “Pretty damn great”? It was mediocre at best and barely maintained cohesion.

  • mcgillj

    I mean it was a decent looking flick. But I have to agree rather run of the mill, although a cut above the completely no budget slashers. But that’s is saying a whole lot of the film. I think a lot of its reputation has been that its one of those, not everyone has seen it. So the reputation has only grown and people are wanting to see it. Having seen it, it’s a decent above average slasher.. but even for the time it was released was kind of at the end of the slasher genre resurrection. Not bad.. but definitely nowhere near all the praise it gets either.

  • Julian Nunez

    Yeah, i was pretty underwhelmed with this one as well. I found it to be above average but didn’t really understand all the praise. It had a pretty predictable twist too. Although i did love levine’s 50/50.

  • Rabester72

    This was another one of those movies where I stupidly fell for My Disgusting’s hype. Is it just because it has a blonde with big tits in it that he raves about it so much? It was an ok STV movie. Nothing more.

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