Lovely Molly

Lovely Molly
  • 2011
  • US
  • 1h 39min
  • 15
  • Directed by: Eduardo Sanchez
  • Written by: Eduardo Sanchez, Jamie Nash
  • Cast: Gretchen Lodge, Jonny Lewis, Ken Arnold
  • UK release: 29 June 2012
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Newlywed Molly (Lodge) moves into her abandoned family home but is soon plagued by memories of her disturbing childhood. The performances are good but the end result is a film with numerous shocking and scary moments that don’t quite add up to a satisfying narrative.

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Lovely Molly

Eduardo Sánchez, co-director of The Blair Witch Project, returns with a persuasive bid to re-conquer his place at the forefront of filmic terror. Two newlyweds move into the wife’s long-uninhabited family home in the countryside. With her truck-driver husband away for days on the road, the wife is left alone to face escalating assaults from a mysterious force. Her predicament is not helped by the fact she’s an ex-junkie with father issues …

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Lovely Molly

25 Jun 20123 stars

New horror from the Blair Witch director has brilliant atmosphere but a slender plot

Having one game-changing mega-hit can of course trouble a director’s career as much as aiding it, and Eduardo Sánchez isn’t pretending that he’s not still haunted by 1999’s The Blair Witch Project. Lovely Molly commences with a shot of a young woman…

The trailer for Lovely Molly, the new film from Blair Witch director Eduardo Sánchez

3 Apr 2012

More close-up crying from the found footage pioneer

Since pretty much inventing the found footage horror genre with The Blair Witch Project back in 1999, Eduardo Sánchez has been keeping kind of a low profile, with only a couple of (poorly-received) horrors to his name. The trailer for his newest…

YouTube: Lovely Molly Trailer

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