Dead Mary

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Dead Mary
Dead Mary dvd.jpg
Dead Mary DVD cover
Directed by Robert Wilson
Produced by Patrick Cameron
Jonathan Dueck
Harvey Glazer
Kate Harrison
Gary Howsam
Written by Peter Sheldrick
Christopher Warre Smets
Starring Dominique Swain
Marie-Josée Colburn
Reagan Pasternak
Jefferson Brown
Steven McCarthy
Michael Majeski
Music by Alphonse Lanza
Cinematography David Mitchell
Edited by James P. Villeneuve
Production
company
235 Films
Distributed by Allarco Ent.
Genius Products
Release dates
February 20, 2007
Running time
103 minutes
Country Canada/USA
Language English

Dead Mary is a 2007 slasher film from 235 Films starring Dominique Swain as Kim.[1]

Plot[edit]

A young woman and a group of her school friends embark on a holiday weekend at a lakeside cabin to reminisce about their college days, only to run afoul of an evil spirit.

Trivia[edit]

The original screenplay was entitled Bloody Mary. The title was cleared in every territory except Japan, where the name Bloody Mary is copyrighted, and it was suggested that the title be changed to Dead Mary for release in that country alone. When the film's producers discovered that another film, also called Bloody Mary, was being readied for release around the same time, it was decided that the film's title be officially changed to Dead Mary in order to avoid confusion. This spawned an inside joke in the finished film, when the better-known game Bloody Mary is dismissed as being "the lame version" of Dead Mary.[citation needed]

Cast[edit]

  • Dominique Swain as Kim
  • Jefferson Brown as Matt
  • Marie-Josée Colburn as Eve
  • Steven McCarthy as Baker
  • Maggie Castle as Lily
  • Michael Majeski as Dash
  • Reagan Pasternak as Amber
  • Lal Pratap Yadav as Servant

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