Confessions of a Film Junkie: a review of “Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet”
By: Brian Cotnoir
I swear to your God that the writer and director of this film, Frank Sabatella, has one of the worst cases of Adult ADHD I have ever seen, and it shows. This film is all over the place. It’s like he started writing one horror film and then 20 minutes in decided to write a story to another horror film, and then 20 minutes after that he started writing the story to a different film! Not to mention this film helped me set a personal best record for watching a film. Normally I can guess the outcome to the plot of a film I’ve never seen before within 35-45 minutes, but for the film “Blood Night: The Legend of Mary Hatchet” I shattered my old record. Shortly after the 8 minute mark I accurately guessed how the film was going to end! I hadn’t even been introduced to most of the main cast and within 8 minutes I predicted how this film was going to end. Looking back that should have been my signal to skip the film entirely, because I already knew how it was going to end. But you came to read a review of an awful horror film, and I’m going to deliver.
|Lizzie Borden Wannabe|
|Watch out for the Horror cliche fairy!|
|You're too good for this film, Bill. What were you thinking?|
|I expected better from you to, Ms. Harris|
|What watching this film feels like!|