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A beautiful artist moonlights as a vampire while in Mexico, killing lovers of both sex. It seems that the only person who has any chance of stopping her reign of terror is her father, who's also a vampire. Written by
Mary(Cristina Ferrare)is an American painter living and working in Mexico.When she's not painting her surreal paintings or dodging the advances of her lesbian gallerist Greta(Helena Rojo),she sneaks around,drugs strangers and drinks their blood."Mary,Mary,Bloody Mary" is an interesting horror film about bloodthirsty woman,which predates George A.Romero's "Martin".The main performance of Cristina Ferrare is pretty good as cold-blooded,albeit vulnerable killer.She certainly is really beautiful and appears naked several times.John Carradine has only a small cameo on screen and there isn't any supernatural component of vampirism on display.There are some stylish touches especially in the transitions from one scene to another.Although I enjoyed "Alucarda" more I'd recommend "Mary,Mary,Bloody Mary" for fans of vampire genre.8 out of 10.
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