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Dolly Deadly is a feature film of the psychological horror/revenge genre written by Heidi Moore and Cassandra Sechler. Heidi Moore, the director of Dolly Deadly, is a Chico based filmmaker who is well known for her short "Boyfriend" and work for Wretched productions. She came across the work of Cassandra Sechler, director of "Wireboy" and leader of Dreams For Dead Cats productions, and thought it would be fun to combine forces for a feature film. Though both have a distinct style, Heidi and Cassandra both love 70's and 80's horror films, trash & cult cinema, low budget filmmaking, and practical fx, so it comes as no surprise that a collaborative effort is in the works for them. Dolly Deadly is sure to be a little creepy, a bit silly, and a lot of fun (think Troma meets John Waters). The story of Dolly Deadly revolves around the warped psychology of a tormented young boy who can only relate to his doll collection, and the only relief from the pain in his life comes with slaughtering ...Written by
Loaded with yummy 1970s-reminiscent B horror camp! I felt like I was 11 years old again in front the TV watching Bob Wilkins's Friday night Creature Features! ♡ Bravo Heidi Moore! I have been a fan of 1970s B horror since I was a kid, "Troll 2" being among my very favorites. This kind of horror is a lost art, in my opinion, but apparently not completely extinct, thanks to Heidi Moore and Wretched Productions. Thanks for the blast from the past, Wretched! And aside from those aspects, I really appreciated the calling out of gender programming and brainwashing of our children when it comes to what toys,etc they can or cannot play with. We are on the horizon of a new kid's culture where delineations between "girls' and boys' toys" — between dolls and dump trucks trucks — will be an archaic notion.
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