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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The best movie ever!
2 March 2005 | by (Burbank, California) – See all my reviews

To dismiss the sensitive and masterful Jay Lind as a mere "auteur" is the grossest form of insult. He is a god. TO DANCE WITH DEATH has to be the most well-crafted (or shall we say Lovecrafted?) cinema outing since "Man with the Motion Picture Camera" or "Dead Men Walk." Naturally, perennial beauty Brinke Stevens is the centerpiece of interest, and anything she does deserves reverence. But when surrounded by such inventive, Kubrick-esque touches such as lighting the entire film by candlelight (think THE SHINING meets BARRY LYNDON), she literally glows. Hang the critiques elsewhere which carp about stupid technical things like over-gain and pixilization. This is art, true horror art. This is very possibly the best film in the world to watch repeatedly and to study for its uses of location, subtlety of performance, and juxtaposition between image and sound (particularly the music. It rocks! Well, yeah, it's rock music.) And even the "bad" performance by Miles Coverdale fits in with the milieu of pervasive gloom, despair, and longing for a lunch break. PS. I win the bet.


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