"Bloody Mary" is a short horror film that follows a troubled reporter (Lindsey Bellock) in her desperate attempt to save a group of homeless children from the same demon that once haunted her.

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Morgan James (as Lindsay Bellock)
Mark Killian ...
Harold Bailey
Sarah Mikulis ...
Jessie
Abby Leigh Rose ...
Allison (as Abbey Rose)
Emilie Banks ...
Laurie
Meg Griffin ...
Sarah
HalleyAnn Gifford ...
Rachel
Brigid Long ...
Dana
Bernard Galvin ...
Doctor
Pete Murdo ...
Policeman
Kat Alix-Gaudreau ...
Doctor / Blue Lady (as Kat Alix)
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Gabe
Kathryn Long ...
Anna
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Imagine a world where God has fled his kingdom and Heaven is an armed celestial camp. A world where the forces of Hell grow stronger every day and the earthly bastions of good are being held by homeless children - outcasts shunned by society and left to face this horror alone. Imagine what you would do if you were one of those children. First-time filmmakers Kat Alix-Gaudreau and J. Elizabeth Martin bring you the short horror film "Bloody Mary." Morgan James (Lindsey Bellock) returns to the children's shelter where she was raised, only to discover that the nightmare she left behind in her childhood has returned. A demon stalks the halls of the St. Francis Home for Children, and the only defense the girls have against the fiend is an angel called the Blue Lady. But the Blue Lady is missing and time is running out. In a chilling battle against evil, Morgan must attempt to save the children of St. Francis from Bloody Mary, and discover what dark forces have summoned the demon that Satan ... Written by Anonymous

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Short | Horror

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1 November 2004 (USA)  »

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This movie kept me on the edge of my seat
18 December 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I have been a fan of Horror Movies since I was a child. This movie offered a taste of wonder,suspense and horror. All the qualities of a good Horror Movie.

Although I gave it a Ten ,my second thought was I should have given it I Nine. Knowing this was a short horror film, my only wish was that it was a little longer.

I would also like to add that Ms.Emilie Banks.whom plays the part of Laurie,should continue her works as a young actress.Her facial expression,clear speaking voice and overall appearance should not go unnoticed. I believe we will/should see a lot more of her in the future !!

At this time I would like to request that both J. Elizabeth Martin and Caitlin Feeley ,because they work well together with Bloody Mary,take a much tougher step in producing a Feature Length Movie. People may comment that they may not be ready for that ,but I would reply, no one is ever ready,thats why we waste years on deciding to more forward. They are younger enough to make mistakes and learn from those mistakes. They are young enough to pick them selves up and start all over again .They are young enough to take the risk. Don't hold yourselves back !

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