Urban Legends: Bloody Mary – Filtered

Theatrical Release: July 19, 2005
DVD Release: July 19, 2005


On Homecoming night, Samantha (Mara), Gina (McCormick), and Mindy (Rulin) are having a slumber party at Sam’s house due to being black-listed by the sexy football players. Since the dance and game are out of the question, the trio stays up and entertains themselves with Urban Legends..all leading up to BLOODY MARY. With nothing better to do and a whole night to waste, Sam chants “Bloody Mary.” Her friends laugh… “Bloody Mary.” More laughter. On the third and final “Bloody Mary,” the friends are kidnapped by three jocks and return soon thereafter, shaken but well. Sam begins having hallucinations and soon bodies turn up – is it all a high school prank taken to grisly extremes or is it Bloody Mary, who’s youth was taken far too early?

Dove Review

Thirty years ago a girl, Mary Bonner, was killedat her homcoming dance. No one knew what had happened to her. Now, these many years later, Mary’s spirit is released when three girls say” Bloody Mary” three times. Soon weird things begin to happen. People from school are starting to die mysteriously. A brother and sister soon are on a mission to find out what is going on. The come to one of Mary’s friends and she tells them they have to find her body and bury it.They begin to investigate. Without giving the end away, they manage to bring the story to a closure. The movie had some good moments, but there were a couple of gruesome parts in it, as well as drug use, so Dove cannot approve it.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: Man kisses girl.
Language: None.
Violence: pushing/shoving in locker room,man sufficates boy, finger cut off ( not shown getting cut off but afterwards), and dead girl attacks boy with glass.
Drugs: Smoking and drinking shown and marijuana smoking.
Nudity: Cleavage shown.
Other: None.


Company: Columbia Tri-Star Pictures
Writer: Michael Dougherty and Dan Harris
Director: Mary Lambert
Producer: Aaron Merrell
Genre: Horror
Runtime: 93 min.
Reviewer: Hannah Kortz