Mary, Mary, Bloody Mary

  • 1975
  • Movie
  • R
  • Horror

Cover girl Cristina Ferrare (better known as the ex-wife of millionaire John DeLorean) plays Mary, a bisexual vampiress who is an artist by day and a neck-stabbing blood drinker by night. Among her victims are both male and female lovers and an embassy official. In time her long-lost father (John Carradine), also a vampire, arrives on the scene to kill his...read more

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Cover girl Cristina Ferrare (better known as the ex-wife of millionaire John DeLorean) plays Mary, a bisexual vampiress who is an artist by day and a neck-stabbing blood drinker by night. Among her victims are both male and female lovers and an embassy official. In time her long-lost father (John Carradine), also a vampire, arrives on the scene to kill his daughter, thinking that he's doing her a favor by ending her miserable existence. Though director Juan Lopez Moctezuma has a flair for visuals and editing, this movie is overwhelmingly boring and contains a stunningly bad performance from Ferrare. Carradine had enough sense to bail out of this picture before production was finished and was replaced by a double who is as about as convincing as the chiropractor who stood in for Bela Lugosi in PLAN NINE FROM OUTER SPACE (1959).

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  • Released: 1975
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Cover girl Cristina Ferrare (better known as the ex-wife of millionaire John DeLorean) plays Mary, a bisexual vampiress who is an artist by day and a neck-stabbing blood drinker by night. Among her victims are both male and female lovers and an embassy off… (more)

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