Notable Cast: Gretchen Lodge, Alexandra Holden, Johnny Lewis
After watching hundreds upon hundreds of horror films, my resistance to fear and scare tactics has been built up like a massive callous on my psyche. Very little truly 'scares' me any more and unless the film decides to use spiders as its villainous evil doer, I find that a horror film's shenanigans rarely effect me. Yet, there are certainly films that unnerve me. Crawl under my skin. Genuinely disturb me. It's rare, but it happens and "Lovely Molly" just happens to be one of those films. Almost the bastardization cross between art and terror, "Lovely Molly" is a wickedly creepy and disorienting film that plays with the head and despite some cliche moments comes off as a fantastically executed horror ride that is certain to earn itself some significant praise from genre fans.
Molly (Lodge) and Tim (Lewis) are a newly wed couple who have decided to head back to her hometown and occupy her child hood home that was left to them when her father passed years earlier. She's a recovering drug addict and its been a tough road to recovery. With Tim constantly gone for long stretches, as is the life of a truck driver, Molly begins to see and hear things in the house. Things from her childhood long forgotten...things that might just have malevolent intent on her well being.
|Meet Molly. She's a little messed up right now.|
|Who knew a kiss could lead to one of the most intense portions of a film?|
|There are plenty of "WTF moments" in this film, this being one of the biggest. Makes you want to see it, doesn't it?|
Written By Matt Reifschneider