Jezebeth

In the attic of an ancestral home, a devil worshiping sadist, Jezebeth Blandy (Bree Michaels), at war with God, unwittingly discovers a nineteenth century diary that details the summoning of a demon. Jezebeth succeeds in breaking a satanic code inside her hell room which creates for her two realities. R Squared Films to feature the new vampire film "Jezebeth" at the 2012 Cannes, France film festival.

In the attic of an ancestral home, a devil worshiping sadist, Jezebeth Blandy (Bree Michaels), at war with God, unwittingly discovers a nineteenth century diary that details the summoning of a demon. Jezebeth succeeds in breaking a satanic code inside her hell room which creates for her two realities. R Squared Films to feature the new vampire film "Jezebeth" at the 2012 Cannes, France film festival.

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BIGSTAR Review

Calling out all of my "B-movie addicts," this latest film, "Jezebeth" is about as prurient as a horror film can get. The film opens with wonderfully stylized, and often creepy, black and white images. The music is heavy, (score by David Tedeschi) but in a GREAT way, only adding to the cult-vibe that this film seems to exude so much of. Viewers get to first visit the "House of Blandy," this is the birthplace of baby Jezebeth back in 1873, it is in this moment amid nuns and priests that Jezebeth's mother issues a curse, that will continue to echo throughout her daughter's future. Present day Jezebeth (played by Bree Michaels) lives with a group of girls in a quaint little home and apparently the casting director had a thing for "barely-above-average-brunettes" as they populate the majority of the movie. Fortunately, for this movie, Jezebeth is indeed easy on the eyes and has plenty of cleavage to make up for the typically sad script. There are the wonderfully, positively delightful assumptions that come with films of this nature, such as; tarot cards, hot girls, occult, black crows, upside down crosses, fishnet stockings, vampire teeth and enough topless women to keep all our male viewers extremely content. Yes, Jezebeth is demonic and even speaks in satanic tongues, saying one of my favorite lines in the film; "Remember when I fried the cat in the microwave..?" There is about a twenty minute music video midway thru the flick when we enter a strip club with half-naked women grinding on poles and even getting lap dances! There is even another long music segway through a cemetery scene that ends in an ass-biting vampire moment! Yes, viewers, "Jezebeth" is a TRULY occult, TRULY fun, TRULY satanic horror flick to watch tonight! Just remember; "as I prey among the living I will feast upon the dead."

- Romy

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78
Overall BIGSTAR Score.
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