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Lovely Molly -- Newlywed Molly and her husband Tim move into Molly's deceased father's house in the countryside, where painful memories soon begin to haunt her.

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Director:
Writers:
Eduardo Sánchez (screenplay)
Jamie Nash (screenplay)
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Release Date:
29 June 2012 (Ireland) See more »
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Plot:
Newlywed Molly moves into her deceased father's house in the countryside, where painful memories soon begin to haunt her. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
Awards:
1 win & 4 nominations See more »
User Reviews:
It creeps and creaks its way to an unexpected end See more (69 total) »

Cast

  (in credits order)

Gretchen Lodge ... Molly

Johnny Lewis ... Tim

Alexandra Holden ... Hannah

Field Blauvelt ... Pastor Bobby
Camilla Zaidee Bennett ... Little Girl
Kevin Murray ... Hensley
Katie Foster ... Family Friend 1
Doug Roberts ... Uncle Bert
Bus Howard ... Crime Scene Cop
Josh Jones ... Peter

Rosemary Knower ... Older Woman
Craig Sechler ... Ronnie
Brenna McDonough ... Suzie
Caren Anton ... Thin Lady

John Judy ... Reception
Matthew Bowerman ... Male employee #2
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Ken Arnold ... Samuels

Greg Cool ... Ben Palmer
Kyle David Crosby ... Church Band Leader
Steve Dantzler ... Drug Dealer

Dan Franko ... Male Employee #1

Tara Garwood ... Mother / Mall Woman
Bethany Hoffman ... Family Friend

Todd Ryan Jones ... Tim's Friend

Lauren Lakis ... Female Friend 2

Dan Manning ... Dr. Dean

Mark Redfield ... Middle-Age Man

Daniel Ross ... Victor
Alexis Savage ... Young Molly

Shane Tunney ... Hotel Clerk

Brandon Thane Wilson ... Spit Cup
Kenny Caperton ... Mall Walker (uncredited)

Gray Ellis ... Church Boy (uncredited)

Hillary Styer ... 1940s Mom (uncredited)

Andrew Vona ... Demon (voice) (uncredited)

Andrew White ... Tambourine Player (uncredited)

Erik Young ... Civil War Possessed Soldier (uncredited)

Directed by
Eduardo Sánchez 
 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Jamie Nash  screenplay
Eduardo Sánchez  screenplay

Produced by
Robin Cowie .... producer
Bob Eick .... executive producer
Jane Fleming .... producer
Gregg Hale .... producer
Andy Jenkins .... executive producer
Joe Nagy .... associate producer
Matthew Nagy .... transmedia producer
Mark Ordesky .... producer
 
Cinematography by
John Rutland  (as John W. Rutland)
 
Film Editing by
Eduardo Sánchez 
Andrew Vona 
 
Casting by
Pat Moran 
 
Production Design by
Andrew White 
 
Set Decoration by
Natalie McAdoo-Howard 
 
Makeup Department
Jessica Heibeck .... assistant makeup artist
Crystal Soveroski .... key makeup artist
Wesley Wofford .... prosthetic makeup design and application
 
Production Management
Kyle David Crosby .... unit production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Brian M. Chilcoat .... second second assistant director
David Vogel .... second assistant director
 
Art Department
Jamie Frazer .... property master
Don Gilmore .... digital engraving
Bryan Dragon Lorenz .... carpenter
Bron Moyi .... key art p.a.
Jacob Sanders .... set dresser
Christian Stavrakis .... sculptor
 
Sound Department
Matt Davies .... foley artist
Matt Davies .... sound designer
Matt Davies .... sound editor
Matt Davies .... sound effects editor
Kevin Hill .... sound re-recording mixer
Kevin Hill .... supervising sound editor
James Ridgley .... production sound mixer (as Jim Ridgley)
David West .... sound effects editor (as David M. West)
 
Visual Effects by
Peter Allendale .... compositor: Comen VFX
Kenneth Armstrong .... compositor: Comen VFX
Jason Bond .... roto artist: Comen VFX
Tim Carras .... visual effects supervisor
Jason Cochard .... vfx element DP: Comen VFX
Joshua D. Comen .... visual effects producer
Brandon Criswell .... compositor: Comen VFX
Mark Fenlason .... special effects coordinator: Comen VFX
Sylvia Kim .... visual effects coordinator: Comen VFX
Thomas D. Moser .... visual effects
Aaron Peak .... colorist
Donna Sexton .... special effects assistant: Comen VFX
Chad Timmerman .... roto artist: Comen VFX
Elinor Villaflor .... accounting: Comen VFX
 
Stunts
Chuck Jeffreys .... stunt coordinator
Melissa H. Morgan .... assistant stunt coordinator
Matthew R. Staley .... stunt double
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Kevin Akers .... first assistant camera: "b" camera
Daniel April .... key grip
Kareem Audain .... electrician
Kevin Burke .... gaffer
Rick Burks .... additional grip
Matt Conrad .... digital imaging technician
Russ Gomm .... behind-the-scenes videographer
William J. Gray .... additional stills
Janice Min .... still photographer
Jaime Nudd .... best boy grip
Cameron Riddles .... first assistant camera
John Bernard Vallon .... camera operator
 
Casting Department
Scott Philip Goergens .... casting associate
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Jamie Frazer .... wardrobe
Michael Kyne .... costume assistant
 
Editorial Department
Steve Meyer .... digital intermediate editor
 
Other crew
Lin Fahrenheit .... transmedia writer
Brandon A. García .... production assistant
Brigan Gresh .... script supervisor
Tims Johnson .... finishing supervisor
Dan Karcher .... website producer
Brandon McDonnell .... production assistant
Jonathan Saba .... Executive in Charge of Marketing
 

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MPAA:
Rated R for strong disturbing violence and grisly images, some graphic sexual content and nudity, drug use and language
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USA:99 min
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Trivia:
Alexandra Holden was nominated for the 2012 Fright Meter Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance.See more »
Soundtrack:
She's Been CheatinSee more »

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38 out of 55 people found the following review useful.
It creeps and creaks its way to an unexpected end, 15 September 2011
Author: Greg (gregmoroberts@yahoo.com) from Oakville, Ontario

"Whatever happened, it wasn't me", says Molly in the opening shot as she holds a knife to her own throat. But exactly what happened and who it was by the film's end remains uncertain.

Lovely Molly is the new film by Eduardo Sánchez, the brilliant director behind 1999's The Blair Witch Project. The film stars Gretchen Lodge as Molly, a beautiful newlywed that moves into her old home with her husband after the death of her father.

Within three months of their arrival at the home, unexplained phenomena begin to happen around the house. Door alarms go off in the middle of the night and footsteps could be heard throughout the structure. Molly's husband Tim (Johnny Lewis) does not have an explanation for some of the occurrences, but as a truck driver who is rarely at home, he leaves Molly in the house with the confidence that is must be 'the wind' or local kids playing a prank.

Molly, however, continues to be victimized by what haunts the house. With Tim gone, she relies on her sister Hanna (Alexandra Holden) to provide her comfort but with a lack of sleep and feeling as if she is losing her grip on reality, Molly resorts back to injecting herself with drugs – an addiction thought beat before marriage.

When Tim arrives home one evening he finds Molly naked staring at the ceiling in her room. She softly states "He's alive" and this statement will initiate an intensity in strange occurrences and violence that will lead to tragic results.

Lovely Molly is a multi-layered horror film that mixes POV camera work into the film to give an authentic feel into a terrifying reality. Sánchez cast his film perfectly and Gretchen Lodge, as Molly, appears in just about every scene carrying the film on her naked back. The horror in Lovely Molly comes in small doses and intensifies as the plot develops. The audience is aware early that there is something wrong with Molly, but is it supernatural? Is she possessed? Or does her drug abuse have Molly realizing a non-existent entity? All these questions abound and the journey to some open-ended answers is worth the time investment.

Eduardo Sánchez works the camera like a seasoned pro and is not quick to bring the story or any of the events to a quick resolve. Instead, the horror elements mount until Molly passes a point of no return and where family secrets haunt long after the death of her parents.

Lovely Molly ends up being one of those great horror films where if watched in the right frame of mind and at the right time of night can really scare the bejezus out of you. It doesn't attempt to go for the jugular or splatter the screen with scenes of gore that attempt to top the latest splatterfest. Instead, it stays true to its plotted course and reels in its audience – paying them back with an above average genre film the creeps, creaks and cringes its way to an unexpected end.

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