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Bloody Mallory

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
Bloody Mallory... Aug. 18 2005
By Aussie Horror Fan - Published on
Format: DVD
This is a great little French movie. I was lucky enough to see it on a cinema screen while living in the UK where it screened at a horror film festival called Fright Fest. And while the film is now at least 4 years old, it's well worth the wait to finally have on DVD with English subtitles. (It's been available in France for some time on DVD but to my knowledge without any subtitles, and also in Thailand).

Bloody Mallory was described as "Indiana Jones meets Buffy" - and while it's got its share of adventure set pieces, this is more a clever enjoyable horror/comedy than an action film.

Basic storyline finds our lead heroine Mallory who is an special agent in an Occult division of a government agency. She's got major issues with demons as we find out she had to kill her husband on their wedding night when it turned out he was in fact a demon - who despite being dead "haunts" Mallory throughout the movie. Mallory works alongside a colour assortment of characters, including a "Talking Tina" - a 12 year old psychic girl and a 7 foot American Drag Queen (who provides some great one-liners). Throw in a plot about a kidnap of the Pope with vampires, demons and sacrifices, and you get the idea of Bloody Mallory.

The film has a great look and style, and has some cool creature and gore effects, along with some great costumes and fun performances from the cast. Never taking itself seriously for one moment, Bloody Mallory is a great popcorn flick that deserves to be seen by a wider audience. It's not going to be to everyones tastes, but if you're a fan of B Grade, Shlock/camp films, this is for you.

I'd have love to have seen a sequel or series of films follow. You could definately see franchise potential, but i guess being a independant French film limits the mass appeal and audience for a follow up. Shame as i can't think of another film that probably is more deserved of a sequel in this day and age when ever the crappiest films get a sequel.

For trainspotters, the director also made a short film with Lisa Wilcox (known to horror fans as "Alice" from Nightmare On Elm Street 4 & 5) that was meant to be developed into a full feature, but i'm not aware if this ever happened. And sorry i can't remember the title either...

A fun, cool tongue in cheek movie.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Strangely interesting July 29 2006
By Amazon Customer - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
At first I thought this film had too many elements. It has a special team that fight demons, each with their own skills. It has demons. It has a vampire. And, it has the pope. Yet, all these things just seem to work, because it's a film that doesn't take itself too seriously.

It has the always hot Valentina Vargas as a vampire, who, when she feeds you actually see the victim's arm collapsing/deflating from lack of fluid!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Bloody Mallory Jan. 31 2013
By Carl Manes - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
When the pope is kidnapped by a gang of ghouls, it is up to Mallory and her team of supernatural exterminators to battle their way through the bounds of Hell in order to save His Holiness! BLOODY MALLORY drops the fast-paced action of a Japanese animation into a Gothic Horror setting for an energetic and highly entertaining mix of martial arts and dark comedic horror. Julien Magnat shows no lack of ambition behind the camera, transcending the film's small budget with his emphasis on style and production design. The flashy costumes and eccentric characters give us the look and feel of a live-action comic book, but with sharp dialog that is more akin to the Buffy the Vampire Slayer television series. French phenom Olivia Bonamy stars as the sexy demon slayer, proving to be just as fit for the role as any Sarah Michelle Gellar or Milla Jovovich. When it comes to Horror Comedies, BLOODY MALLORY is a gory good time!

-Carl Manes
I Like Horror Movies
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Mallory Kicks Demon A$$!... Sept. 13 2010
By Bindy Sue Frønkünschtein - Published on
Format: DVD
Yep, those nasty demons are out to destroy mankind again, and it's up to Mallory and her team of demon-hunters to stop them. BLOODY MALLORY is just plain fun! Dumb? Of course, but lots of fun! We get demons, ghouls, vampires, telepaths, a lovely transvestite w/ machine gun shoes, the pope, and a pink hearse! A farcical adventure for anyone w/ a healthy sense of humour...
Worth the penny you'll pay Jan. 8 2009
By New York Horror Reader - Published on
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This super indie from France is exactly what you might expect. It is pretty cheesy, kinda funny and very entertaining. There is an element of gore involved, and the plot is not the most original one ever...but for the little bit of nothing you can get it is worth a pruchase.