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Bloody Mallory (2002)

Heroines Mallory, Vena Cava and Talking Tina fight the fallen angel Abaddon and his accomplices vampire Lady Valentine and succubus Morphine.

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Cast

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Mallory
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Père Carras
Jeffrey Ribier ...
Vena Cava (as Papillon 'Jeff Ribler')
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Le Pape / Abbadon
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Lady Valentine / Carmina Belladone
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Avec dans le rôle du mari
Thylda Barès ...
Talking Tina
Ludovic Berthillot ...
Le Molosse
Thierry Perkins-Lyautey ...
L'Inspecteur Durand
Sophie Tellier ...
Morphine
María Jurado ...
L'Infermière
Dominique Frot ...
La prisonnière
Olivier Hémon ...
Le chef de brigade
Philippe Visconti ...
Le garde du corps blond
Justine Pouvreau ...
La jeune nonne
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Heroines Mallory, Vena Cava and Talking Tina fight the fallen angel Abaddon and his accomplices vampire Lady Valentine and succubus Morphine.

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Chinurareta hanayome ishô wo nugisute, muteki no Hyper Mademoiselle tanjô![Japan] See more »

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Action | Comedy | Horror

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for violence/gore and language | See all certifications »
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17 July 2002 (France)  »

Also Known As:

Krvava Malori  »

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1.78 : 1
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Trivia

There are several references to avant-grade singer/performance artist Diamanda Galas throughout the film: * The character Vena Cava shares a name with an album Galas released in 1993. * Vena's line of "Give me sodomy or give me death" is taken from the song "Confessional" off of Galas' 1991 album "Plague Mass" and is used in a very similar context. * When Morphine disguises herself as Mallory, the soundtrack plays excerpts from Galas' 1982 recording of "The Litanies of Satan." See more »

Crazy Credits

At the very end of the credits we hear Lady Valentine saying "Ouais mes chéris!" See more »

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References Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) See more »

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"That night I became what I am now: Their worst enemy."
11 July 2004 | by (Kentucky) – See all my reviews

Bloody Mallory is an intentionally campy flick in the mold of Dead Alive and Army of Darkness. Although it's not nearly as good as either of those films, it does deserve some credit. Where else can you see a blood-spattered bride team up with a priest, a mute telepathic little girl, and a 7-foot tall French-American drag queen? Nowhere I tell you. Did I mention they're on a mission to rescue the Pope? People keep comparing this film to Buffy the Vampire Slayer but I see more comparisons to Matthew Blackheart: Monster Smasher. They are both extremely colorful, oddly humorous, and set up for sequels. If you like horror-comedies with their tongue firmly planted in its cheek, check out Bloody Mallory. You could do a lot worse.

Note for genre buffs: Valentina Vargas, who played Lady Valentine, was also the sexy Cenobite, Angelique, in Hellraiser: Bloodline.


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