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Lady Death (2004)

Based on a comic book series. A woman burned at the stake in 15th century Sweden actually is Satan (Lucifer)'s daughter - and plots revenge against him.

Director:

Andy Orjuela (as Andrew Orjuela)

Writers:

Carl Macek, Brian Pulido (story)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Christine M. Auten ... Lady Death / Hope (voice) (as Christine Auten)
Mike Kleinhenz Mike Kleinhenz ... Lucifer / Matthias (voice)
Andy McAvin ... Pagan (voice)
Rob Mungle ... Cremator (voice)
Mike MacRae Mike MacRae ... Asmodeus / Large Torture Troll (voice)
Chris Patton ... Niccolo (voice)
Dwight Clark Dwight Clark ... Father Orbec (voice)
Maureen McCullough Maureen McCullough ... Marion (voice)
Ted Pfister Ted Pfister ... Elderly Man (voice)
Marcy Rae Marcy Rae ... Elderly Woman (voice)
Greg Ayres ... Young Man / Additional Voices (voice)
Jason Douglas ... Matthais' Guards / Stable Demons / Additional Voices (voice)
John Swasey ... General Ahriman / Torture Guards, Sever / Demon Priest, Additional Voices (voice)
James Faulkner James Faulkner ... General Utuk Xul (voice)
Laura Butcher Laura Butcher ... Lucifer's Concubines (voice)
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Based on a comic book series. A woman burned at the stake in 15th century Sweden actually is Satan (Lucifer)'s daughter - and plots revenge against him.

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Bad girls go to Hell... REALLY bad girls conquer it!


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Country:

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Language:

English

Release Date:

5 October 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

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Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned...
9 August 2013 | by paul_haakonsenSee all my reviews

I must say that I was sort of thrilled when I found this animated movie by sheer luck on Amazon. I had been reading the Lady Death comics back prior to 2004, and then stopped, and gotten out of the loop, so I had no idea that an animated movie was in the works. And by sheer luck I happened to come across it, so of course I bought it to see what it was.

First of all, if you are familiar with the art style found in the Lady Death comic books, be warned that there is an Anime/Manga style influence to the art style in the animated movie. This might not sit well with just anybody, but personally, I found it to be alright. Although the original art style would have been (and is) better. However, I will say that in itself, then this particular art style was alright, and there were some nice details and appearances to some of the damned legion that were seen in Hell.

The story, quickly summarized, is about Hope, the daughter of Matthias, who finds out about her father's dark and unholy secret. Burnt as a witch, Hope calls out to her father and ends up in Hell. Here she sheds her identity and becomes Lady Death, hellbent on taking revenge on Lucifer, the Lord of Lies.

Right, well the storyline itself was simple and easy to follow, and would be a great introduction to those not having read the comic books. Was it impressive? Well, yeah, if you haven't already read the comic books. If you have read them, then this approach to the story of Lady Death is sort of a mediocre one.

If you watch this animated movie, forget what you know from having read the comic books, and just watch this for the entertainment. It have what you need in an animated movie; demons, carnage, Hell, and scantily clad women.


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