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Ginger Snaps Collector's Edition

Emily Perkins , Katharine Isabelle , John Fawcett    DVD
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Like Carrie before it, Ginger Snaps uses horror-movie conventions as an inspired metaphor for puberty. When beautiful but reclusive goth teenager Ginger (Katharine Isabelle) is attacked by a monstrous wolf on the eve of her first period, her body starts changing in a big way, as do her suddenly lusty, feral appetites. Director John Fawcett masterfully balances the expectations of teen horror exploitation (blood, bodies, sex, smart dialogue, and good old-fashioned monster-movie scares) with clever black humor and tender sisterly solidarity. Only devoted sister Brigitte (gloomy Emily Perkins) knows the truth, and even as Ginger's abrupt transformation threatens their once unbreakable friendship, bonds of blood and love keep them together: Brigitte disposes of Ginger's victims while searching for a cure. Mimi Rogers costars as their dotty but unexpectedly sensitive mom, ready to sacrifice all to protect her daughter. Blood and blood ties have never been more evocative. --Sean Axmaker


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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Substantial entertainment! June 28 2006
Format:DVD
Gingersnaps is one of the most original and savvy horror movies of the genre. The story centers around two teenagers, sisters who represent opposites on the spectrum of physical beauty. They aren't interested in boys or the shallow social life of their local high school. Sexual harassment and peer hazing are endured with wry boredom by our heroes. These girls are jaded--partly by the lack of meaning in their lives and by the superficial values of adolescence that judge them by their appearance and ability to fit in. They play out their lack of interest in life by their fascination with filming one another in elaborate death scenes. Everything changes when one of the sisters becomes a werewolf.

"Gingersnaps" is brilliantly filmed in bleak suburbia by Canadian John Fawcett (director of Taken, and Queer as Folk), and co-written by Fawcett and Karen Walton. The actresses are superb; Emily Perkins and Katharine Isabelle are perfect as misfit teenagers.

This hip underground horror film is substantial entertainment. It succeeds as a good quality werewolf film and it provides pithy cultural observations.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars GREAT WEREWOLF MOVIE June 21 2004
Format:DVD
I remember coming across this DVD a few years ago in the horror section and thinking that it was just another teen movie. I later found out that it was a werewolf movie, which is one of my preferred themes in horror (there aren't that many good ones out there) and I therefore ended up watching it. IT BLEW ME AWAY!!! This is a great movie with all the right elements: great story, great effects, a lot of blood for those who like gore and good acting. If you're a fan of horror and especially werewolves, DO NOT miss this movie.
If you decide to buy the movie instead of renting it, buy the special collector's (Canadian) edition. It includes a lot of extra features that are not available on the regular edition. Ginger Snaps II is also available on DVD and is just as great as this movie. Ginger Snaps III (aka Ginger Snaps Back or Ginger Snaps: The Beginning) is being released on DVD in Canada in August 2004 and in US in September.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars I was shocked at how good this was! June 17 2004
Format:DVD
I saw part 2 sitting in the rental section and laughed and thought it was going to be a horrible movie, so I didn't pick it up...even though I love B movies. But I came to Amazon to look at some customer reviews of part 1 and part 2. To my surprise there were great reviews of the movies. So..I said to hell with it and bought this movie from Amazon. A few days later it shows up and I throw it in the DVD player and me and 4 of my buddies started to watch it. All of us got a kick out of this movie (even though we didn't like the ending that much). The beatdown on the school field was classic to us guys and we had to rewind it twice to watch it..lol. This aint your typical Werewolf movie, which is a good thing! If you are a fan of renting those movies that aren't block buster hits...'B' movies...then you owe it to yourself to pick this movie up. I'm 100% satisfied I bought it and now I'm waiting on part 2 to show up in the mail!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Snappy acting July 21 2006
By bernie TOP 100 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
couple of sisters with vivid imagination are misunderstood. One gets bit by a "you know what" and the fun begins. Naturedly this is mistaken for a different type of change in life.

All the elements are there:

Caring (haven't got a clue) parents.

Blond with nasty attitude antagonist.

Drug dealer that does werewolf studies on the side.

Lots of neighbors with tasty pets.

Occasional gratuitous sex scene (the camera breaks away before the sweaty parts.)

You get the idea.

Will a cure be found and they all live happily ever after or is it curtains for the victims(s)?

The movie does have its unique way of mixing the standard elements to come out with the average "nipper" story. The only social redeeming value is the sisters' fidelity.
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By Lawrance M. Bernabo HALL OF FAME TOP 500 REVIEWER
Format:DVD
At the end of "Phases," the second season episode of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" where Willow discovers that her boyfriend Oz has become a werewolf. He thinks this is a major complication, but Willow replies: "Well, I like you. You're nice, and you're funny, and you don't smoke, and okay, werewolf but that's not all the time. I mean, three days out of the month I'M not much fun to be around either."
The relationship between lycanthropy and menstruation is explored for pretty much everything it is worth in "Ginger Snaps," a macabre hybrid of the horror and coming-of-age genres. The screenplay by Karen Walton has lots of bite, in both directions, and even when the ending goes all horror show, director John Fawcett manages to not lose the focus on all the levels this film is operating on. This might not be a great horror film, but it is certainly a memorable combination of gags and gagging.
The story is about too sisters who are bored to tears in their suburbian Ontario track development. Ginger Fitzgerald (Katharine Isabelle) is 16 and Brigitte (Emily), called "B," is 15, and for fun they stage and photograph tableaus of their own deaths. Their mother (Mimi Rogers) is concerned, not because of their fascination with death or their goth wardrobe but because neither girl has had her first period. The girls are social outcasts, which only strengthens the bond between them and it clear that all they can really count on in this world are each other, which is good. Because they are going to need that bond big time when the fur begins to fly.
That is because on the night of the full moon Ginger gets her first period and is attacked by a werewolf.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good upgrade of a minor classic.
Probably the best version of this film we're likely to ever get. I can only hope the (admittedly inferior) sequels will follow...
Published 18 days ago by SirVincealot
5.0 out of 5 stars Five Stars
I got all tree really enjoyed it.
Published 19 days ago by Frank Aszody
4.0 out of 5 stars Ginger Snaps... this is the best one...
Although Ginger Snaps 2 and 3 were entertaining, both were struck with the mega low-budget curse, and stories were a tad on the dodgy side. Read more
Published 7 months ago by Simon Bergeron
5.0 out of 5 stars Only the best feminist teen werewolf movie ever
What can I say about Ginger Snaps, other than that you should watch it? The morbid humor, the impressive special effects (considering the budget), the talent of the stars, the... Read more
Published 8 months ago by Meredith J. Gasco
4.0 out of 5 stars Happy i found this movie on amazon
Really happy I found this movie. Looked for it for a very long time. Very pleased with the purchase. It arrived on time!
Published 9 months ago by Kimberley
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Canadian Cult Film!
Great Canadian Cult Film! Wish they made more than 3! Watched most all Emily Perkins and Katharine Isabelle (HOT) movies!
Published 20 months ago by Ed Imhoff
5.0 out of 5 stars Entre soeurs
je trouve ce film vraiment génial de sa version french traduit pour le Quebec Qui se nomme Entre soeurs. Read more
Published on April 3 2012 by martin
5.0 out of 5 stars Great!
Great product! Seller is 100% reliable. Dvd in excellent condition. Packaging 100%. Recommendable. Thanks a lot! Hope doing business again!
Published on Aug. 31 2011 by Jorge Bechara
5.0 out of 5 stars One of the best horror movies.....ever !!!!!!
Ginger Snaps takes the old myth of the werewolfs and gave it a brand new look. A darkly humorous streak colors this Canadian production (which spawned two sequels) that smartly... Read more
Published on Feb. 1 2010 by F. Desbiens
5.0 out of 5 stars great
i delayed wathing ginger snaps for years because of the dvd cover. it gave me the impression of some really cheesy 90's b movie and i didnt want to waste the time. but. Read more
Published on Sept. 2 2009 by elfdart
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