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Mary Horror is back! She has her spell book and is ready to wreck havoc on the small town of Bernardsville. She needs the Witches blood of the four witches who created the spell book to make it her own once again. Sheriff Tom will do anything to stop her from destroying everything in her path and to get the book back in his hands. Third times a charm in the ultimate showdown between Sheriff Tom and Mary Horror in WITCHES BLOOD! Written by
Hugely enjoyable third entry in the Mary Horror series
Mary Horror (essayed with deliciously wicked aplomb by the pretty Kim Graf) needs the blood of four witches in order to achieve immortality. However, Sheriff Tom Walker (robustly played with considerable growly gusto by Joe Parascand) wants Mary's spell book for himself. Writer/director Ryan Scott Weber goes all out full-tilt gonzo for the third and final film in the Mary Horror series: The zippy pace, roaring rock soundtrack, amusing sense of lowbrow humor (there are some especially barbed potshots taken at coarse New Jersey folks, plus a zombie gets killed by a fart!), and outrageous gore all go right for the throat with unbridled glee and vigor. Moreover, it's acted with zest by an enthusiastic cast, with particularly lively contributions from Weber as unlikely average slob hero Billy Lloyd, Edward X. Young as kooky occult expert Uncle John John, Jason Crow as nerdy newscaster Ronnie Pebbles, and John Link as local oddball Marty Perkins. John Heard and Robert Englund make cameo appearances as themselves while the ubiquitous Shawn C. Phillips has a funny bit as a horror geek with a massive DVD and Blu-ray collection. The combination of cackling witches and ferocious flesh-eating zombies amps the entertainment value to the deliriously wired ninth degree. Weber's sharp cinematography provides a pleasing polished look. Scott Vincent's shuddery score hits the spirited shivery spot. A fun fright flick.
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