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A Sweet and Vicious Beauty (2012)

In the town of Harbor Bridge, it is said that when someone dies, his last breath stays in his throat. When the head is severed, that last breath can be taken by another, and the recipient ... See full summary »

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Bette Cassatt ...
Narcissa Sentinel
Sara Cole ...
Ingrid
Brenden McDougal ...
Ethan
Omar Ott ...
Felix Drake
Todd Hunter ...
Mayor Tennyson
Bill Taylor ...
Doctor Moreland
Peter Smak ...
Constable Albright
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Sophia
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Edgar
Dave Cooperman ...
Finch
Manolo Santalla ...
Swan
Eero Aames ...
Anson
Mary Werntz ...
Mrs. Magruder
John Whitney ...
Farmhouse Husband
Caroline Alderson ...
Farmhouse Wife
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In the town of Harbor Bridge, it is said that when someone dies, his last breath stays in his throat. When the head is severed, that last breath can be taken by another, and the recipient becomes stronger. Narcissa Sentinel (Bette Cassatt) has been robbing graves to cure her illness with these last breaths...but soon realizes that perhaps fresher specimens are in order. Shot locally, A SWEET AND VICIOUS BEAUTY is an epic Gothic Victorian movie that shows the journey of Sentinel from a sickly woman to a bloodthirsty mass murderer who terrorizes the town. From spooky old houses to headless zombies, this film has it all! Written by Eric Thornett & C. W. Prather

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