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Dead Girls (2014)

Dead Girls (2014)

Jessica OberhausenJoseph Luis CaballeroRebecca MullinsAubrey Joyce Tunnell
Neal E. Fischer,Del Harvey


Dead Girls (2014) is a English movie. Neal E. Fischer,Del Harvey has directed this movie. Jessica Oberhausen,Joseph Luis Caballero,Rebecca Mullins,Aubrey Joyce Tunnell are the starring of this movie. It was released in 2014. Dead Girls (2014) is considered one of the best Horror,Thriller movie in India and around the world.

WRAPAROUND - Alice, a transient runaway who seeks refuge in a dark old house where she meets a most unusual young Girl with dark powers. OVER MY DEAD BODY - Suzy is a sweet young woman who gives her heart away too easily. Travis is a good timing young man whose cavalier attitude about a woman's heart is about to get him into serious trouble. When his former girlfriend shows up at his big open house party, Suzy can see Travis' true nature. But Travis, being a guy, tries to have his cake and eat it, too. Suzy won't share him with anyone. Travis tries to explain, accidentally killing Suzy. With a house full of guests and his old flame vying for his attention, Travis does what comes naturally and gets rid of the body. Only Suzy won't be gotten rid of so easily. THETA PHI'S NEVER DIE - Avery is a bright-eyed college student more focused on books and grades than boys and parties. When her Mother convinces her to rush for her old sorority, Theta Phi, Avery has no choice but to pursue life as...


Dead Girls (2014) Reviews

  • Well-made microbudget horror


    Dead Girls is an ambitious microbudget horror anthology. You can already tell what the main problem is going to be--being ambitious and and having almost no budget don't go well together. At least Dead Girls looks good--for the most part. And these days there's no excuse anymore for a movie to look like heck. Unless you insist on doing what the Dead Girls crew did and that is feel obliged to follow the lame old horror formula that all horror has to take place at night. That's when things get problematic. You need a budget to make a movie filmed at night look good. There are some audio problems as well, often the music is louder than the dialogue. Aside from that technically, Dead Girls is alright. Acting is good all around, the cast does a great job. For what it is, the writing isn't bad either. There are four stories here about abused girls taking vengeance. There isn't really a whole lot of horror, let alone gore. Despite the themes of some of the stories: sorority girls, nuns, there is no nudity. In the behind-the-scenes feature we meet the young cast and crew. They all look straight out of film school. And in a way this movie comes across like a school project or in this case, a post-school project, something to get out there with your name on it. Missing is some type of pay-off for the audience. There's really not much here. The ending was neat. But in cases like these where there's not much you can show, the script should have made up for budget deficiencies with ideas.

  • My Review Of "Dead Girls"


    The wraparound story focuses on a young run away fleeing a potential victimizer. Seeking refuge in an old farm house she encounters an unusually gifted young woman. It is a very interesting story that takes place in segments throughout the film, much like classic 80's horror anthologies often did. The only real linking mechanism is a mysteries journal that chronicles some crimes against women that are met with vengeance. What I liked about this wraparound is the visual representation symbolically announcing the body count of young girls victimized, killed or left for dead. Some true social commentary that is very prevalent in today's reality. "Over My Dead Body" is a slice of domestic violence. The story doesn't start off as seeming too creative. Girl killed by "ex" boyfriend is a cliché used a lot in revenge themed horror. However once the story gets going, and the real horror begins things get original. There is elements of the occult, mostly dark magicks, that aid in allowing this "dead girl" to get her vengeance on. It has moments of weakness, but there are some real cool moments in this short story also. (F.Y.I. –that is noticeable in all three of the short stories). "Theta Phi's Never Die" is an insanely clichéd horror concept that starts off clunky, and fumbles a lot of the moments meant to draw out the black satirical writing. The characters aren't two dimensional, and the acting is barely above amateurish-with the exception of "little miss revenge girl". This story also has the dark arts aiding in helping this victim seek revenge on her victimizers-this time girls as opposed to the male assailant that the other stories use as antagonist. The story does pick up and have some cool, entertaining action and kills equal to slasher horror stuff. "Vengeance Is Mine" is a really odd, out-of-step, tale that- at first- seems to not make sense. That is simply because in a short film it is hard to set up a story with the style of storytelling used here in such a short amount of time. Overall though the director does a decent job because once the sinister nature becomes clear, the beginning falls in line with what is happening. This one brings back the male creep as the antagonist exploiting young girls. It also deals with street justice, prostitution and religious hypocrisy. Once more the dark arts comes to the rescue allowing this young woman to get revenge. (F.Y.I again- that too is a common theme in all the stories here. Overall "Dead Girls" flutters a bit when it comes to originality and depth-there is not a lot of subtext or strong wit built into the tales. The acting is mediocre, a lot of the concepts have been done better in other films and originality falters in this anthology. That being said, the storyline that pertains to the lead characters getting revenge does have a bit of creativity, there are some truly entertaining moments in all the stories, and the wraparound is an odd, "girl power" anthem from the dark side. Plus I have never seen a film that puts evil as the great redeemer and places those things in society "deemed fit" as the real evil. I liked that aspect. Some will enjoy "Dead Girls" and some won't like it. I am almost split, leaning more toward liking more moments than I hated.


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