A young woman returns home after attempting suicide to find that she is being haunted by a mysterious woman in black.

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The Angel of Death
Lauren Westen ...
Jennifer
Victoria Lundin ...
Becca
Kimberly Parker ...
Mom
Kirsten Harker ...
Honey
Jay Lind ...
Dr. Heller (as Hugo Boteler)
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Miles Coverdale ...
Todd
Andy Nunez ...
Dad
Melissa Shirley ...
The Girl who Dies Smiling
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A young woman returns home from the hospital following a suicide attempt. Once there she realizes that almost everything is not exactly right and she is being followed by a mysterious woman in black. What follows is a tug of war for her soul between good and evil and a meditation on mortality. Written by Anonymous

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31 December 2000 (USA)  »

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Suicide fever dream

It's amazing to watch this film. Jay Lind takes $2,000, with $1,500 of that going to actress extraordinaire Brinke Stevens, and crafts an excellent piece of low budget cinema. The lighting is moody. The acting is, for the most part, well done. There are some effective camera effects and it's always nice to see Brinke Stevens in her natural state. The film reminded me of some of Jess Franco's early work. There's even a small nod to Vampyros Lesbos. No, I won't tell you what it is. Find it yourself. In addition, the plot line itself smacks a little of Virgin Among The Living Dead. This is an excellent film and I would recommend it to anyone. The only downside is it may give you the itch to make your own little opus. Then your credit cards are maxed out and you're telling the police officer. 'No, officer really, we're shooting a student film we don't need a permit.' But I digress. To Dance With Death is a good solid piece of erotic supernatural cinema.


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