Lovely Molly (Region 1 DVD)

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Description

LOVELY MOLLY is a gripping horror thriller that begins as newlywed Molly Reynolds moves back into her long-abandoned childhood home. Soon, she experiences unnerving and impossible things. What starts as a simple story about things going bump in the night escalates into a battle for dominion over Molly's spirit, as she is beset by a cunning, malevolent force bent on wreaking havoc and terror on Molly and her family. Richly exploring the parallels between psychosis, addiction, and demonic possession to chilling effect, LOVELY MOLLY shows US what really happens before the exorcist arrives. LOVELY MOLLY had it's World Premiere to critical acclaim at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival's Midnight Madness and had it's U.S. premiere at the 2012 South By Southwest Film Festival.

Product Details

Barcode
014381811025
Department
Movies & TV
Released
3 Sep 2013
Type
Movies
Format
DVD
Genre
Science Fiction
Sub-genre
Horror
Region
Region 1
Studio
Image Entertainment
Runtime
99 min
Age Restriction
R
Supply Source
USA

Movie

Title
Lovely Molly
Release Year
2011
Running Time
99 min
Language
English
Categories
Dramas / Drug Addiction / Haunted Houses / Psychodrama / Substance Abuse / Supernatural
US Box Office
$18.0 million
Official Website
http://www.lovelymolly.com/
Ratings
IMDb
5.3
Rotten Tomatoes®
43% 32%
Metacritic
50
Synopsis
An ex-drug addict falls prey to the malevolent ghosts of her past after getting married and moving into her family's secluded farmhouse in the countryside in this supernatural shocker from Eduardo Sanchez, co-director of the seminal '90s horror film THE BLAIR WITCH PROJECT . Having recently conquered her heroin addiction, pretty and strong-willed Molly (Gretchen Lodge) marries hardworking truck driver Tim (Johnny Lewis). They start a new life together in the home Molly grew up in, and everything seems idyllic until strange sounds begin emanating from deep in the house and something starts to set off their high-tech alarm system. When Tim later departs for an extended road trip, Molly begins to rapidly deteriorate, frightening her sister and raising serious concerns from her boss. Though suspicions of a relapse into drug abuse soon surface, the reality of Molly's situation is much more terrifying. An unimaginable evil dwells in Molly's home, and it won't stop until she submits to it completely.
Release Notes
Blu-ray Disc Features:
  • Note: An in-depth look into the world of Lovely Molly
  • Path to Madness
  • Haunted past
  • Demonic forces
  • Is it real?
  • Widescreen - 1.78
Audio:
  • DTS HD Master Audio - English
  • Subtitles - English
Poster
Poster for Lovely Molly
Cast & Crew
Director
Eduardo Sanchez
Star
Ken Arnold / Field Blauvelt / Tara Garwood / Alexandra Holden / Johnny Lewis / Gretchen Lodge
Co-Star
Caren Anton / Camilla Zaidee Bennett / Matthew Bowerman / Steve Dantzler / Katie Foster / Dan Franko / Bethany Hoffman / Bus Howard / Joshua Jones / Todd Ryan Jones / Rosemary Knower / Lauren Lakis / Dan Manning / MC John Judy / Brenna McDonough / Kevin Murray / Mark Redfield / Douglas Roberts / Daniel Ross / Craig Sechler / Shane Tunney / Brandon Thane Wilson
Screenwriter
Eduardo Sanchez
Composer
Tortoise
Director of Photography
John W. Rutland
Story
Jamie Nash
Hairstylist
Mary Mastro / Ursula Stephen
Sound
Barbara Delpuech / Yann Delpuech / Shaughnessy Hare / Kevin Hill / Mike McKone / Dan Yale
Sound Re-Recording
Beau Borders / Andy Koyama / Paul Massey / Frank A. Montano
Set Decorator
Larry Dias
Makeup
Karin Darnell
Visual Effects Designer
Blur Studio / Double Negative Limited / Furious FX / Industrial Light and Magic / Level 256 / Lola / Prologue Films / The Embassy
Special Effects Supervisor
Burt C. Dalton
Animation Supervisor
Glen McIntosh
Costumes
Amy Arnold / Jack Wright
Computer Graphics
Willi Geiger
Movie Critics
Total Film
3 stars out of 5 -- "MOLLY is a sober, grown-up horror of some force....The film combines kitchen-sink drama with found-footage horror..."
Matt Glasby (1 Jun 2012, )