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The Scorned (2005)

In a hidden beach house on the Malibu shore, a 'twenty something' couple have a 'spitting mad' lover's quarrel. The boyfriend storms out, and into the arms of their house mate. When the ... See full summary »


Robert Kubilos

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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jenna Lewis ... Kirsten
Steven Hill ... Oliver
Trish Schneider Trish Schneider ... Raina Davenport
Bob Guiney ... Matt Robinson
Reichen Lehmkuhl ... Seth
Jon Dalton ... D.Q. (as Jonny Fairplay)
Trishelle Cannatella ... Nichola
Ethan Zohn ... Murry Ellis
Tonya Cooley ... Jennifer
Stacie Jones Upchurch ... Trish (as Stacie J.)
Toni Ferrari ... Officer Kozlowski
Erika Landin ... Sandra
Jenna Morasca ... Angie
Rebecca Cardon ... The Amazing Nurse
Jonathan Baker ... Colin


In a hidden beach house on the Malibu shore, a 'twenty something' couple have a 'spitting mad' lover's quarrel. The boyfriend storms out, and into the arms of their house mate. When the infidelity is discovered, horrible violence ensues, ending with the house mate soaked in blood, the boyfriend crying in the corner of the room and his girlfriend apparently dead in the hot tub. 17 Months Later: A group of attractive twenty somethings move into the abandoned beach house, unaware of the tragedy that had kept the house vacant all these months. One by one, temptation seduces the house mates into betraying their romantic relationships and they are punished for their infidelities, by an avenging angel of death. When the first victim is killed, the police believe that it is simply a drug overdose, but a whacked out spiritualist believes in actuality, it was the ghost of the dead girlfriend. With the help of the spiritualist, the new tenants of the house fight to survive and search desperately... Written by DHG Productions

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Hell Hath No Fury Like A Dead Woman Scorned. See more »




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1 November 2005 (USA) See more »

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Los Angeles, California, USA

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Sandra: For thirty-thousand dollars, I should get your dick in a jar.
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Referenced in Kill Reality (2005) See more »

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Horribly, horribly bad
16 October 2006 | by dmuelSee all my reviews

OK, here's the plot. A lover's triangle/quarrel results in one dead woman. Her ghost comes back to extract revenge on the living. One by one she gets back at them. I couldn't "spoil" this movie because it's rotten anyway, not that I've given up anything here. The only sad part is that the movie didn't just line up all the actors and finish them off in the first two minutes of the movie, say with a large caliber machine-gun, then any hapless viewer would be spared the next 82 or 83 minutes of misery. We watch a bunch of former reality TV show stars try to act and find out they can't; not a one of them has an ounce of talent. Many of them seem to enjoy taking their clothes off, but a couple of them should have passed on this option. Whatever we see in this film doesn't compensate for the time wasted viewing it. The really big question is why this movie was made.

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