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Plot: When Hamilton High's Prom Queen of 1957, Mary Lou Maloney is killed by her jilted boyfriend, she comes back for revenge 30 years later. Bill Nordham is now the principal of Hamilton High and his son is about to attend the prom with Vicki Carpenter. However, she is possessed by Mary Lou Maloney… Runtime: 97 min Release Date: 16 Oct 1987
This movie has far more better acting,horror, direction, humor and even better music then it's three other movies. Mary Lou is a snotty prom queen who dies in a fire in 1957. She returns 3O years later to get her crown possessing the body of a nice girl,Vickie. So now, Vickie sets out to get the crown and nothing will stand in her way! Good acting especially by Wendy Lyons as Vickie and Lisa Schrage as Mary Lou. If you like good horror movies like I do rent this one. you won't be sorry. Recommended!
The Perfect 80's Horror Film (by jamiemiller-07611)
If anyone's looking to introduce their friends to the wild world of 80's horror, Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II would be a great place to start. This movie has it all. You want blood? Got it! You want bare breasts? They got ya un covered! How about some wild hairstyles, outfits, and makeup? It's here in spades. Plus, the story is a bundle of campy fun.In the 50's, a prom queen was accidentally set on fire before she got the chance to wear her crown and, 30-something years later, a mousy high schooler releases her spirit and ends up getting possessed by her. That Mary Lou sure <more>
can hold a grudge.If you take Carrie, A Nightmare on Elm Street, Peggy Sue Got Married, The Evil Dead, and The Exorcist and stuck them in a blender, you'd probably get something similar to this. Despite its obvious influences, Hello Mary Lou has a vibe and pulse of its own.
Lisa Schrage and Brock Simpson Rule!!!!!!! (by chagood2001)
I've loved this film ever since I saw it on "USA Up All Night"! The haunting and unforgetable about a prom queen back from the grave... What can I Say? Paul Zaza's score should be released on CD,Lisa Schrage should've won an oscar for her Bedazzling Performance as Mary Lou,Wendy Lyon was fantastic, especially in that blue dress, but last but not least is Brock Simpson, HE IS THE MAN!!!!I busted a gut through the whole movie, He was so Funny!!! He was in all the prom night films and worked with writer Ron Oliver on Liar's Edge. I mean him and Randy from Scream could <more>
become the next Siskel & Ebert! It's out of print now, but hopefully Anchor Bay will release it someday as a special edition DVD. I give it 10 out of 10. For another classic Lisa Schrage performance check out Food of the Gods 2. Give it another look.
This is a great black comedy horror with fantastic dialogue. People wanting to leave the past behind, but you can't keep a beautiful, angry woman down. Look out for Mary Lou's confession in the beginning, it's a blast. How fabulous. Don't miss it.
SEE YOU LATER ALLIGATOR (by nogodnomasters)
This film is not a squeal or is in any way related to the Jamie Lee Curtis classic.The promiscuous Mary Lou Maloney Lisa Schrage upsets her date Bill Steve Atkinson at the prom as it seems she has had sex with everyone in school except him. Bill couldn't get to first base. A prank backfires and Mary Lou goes reverse Carrie on us as she catches fire and no one else does.Years later Vicky Wendy Lyon opens the trunk with the unburned tiara. She eventually becomes possessed by the spirit of Mary Lou without a Ouija Board. Bill Michael Ironside is now the principal. Supernatural <more>
elements enter the film as it becomes more similar to "Carrie" than "Prom Night."This is a classic 1980's horror. The confessional scenes are memorable plus the unabashed full frontal nudity of Wendy Lyon as she walks through the locker room.Guide: F-word, foreplay, nudity. This is part of many multi-packs
This film made a household name out of Michael Ironside, and had theatre audiences chanting, "We love bush!!". Of course at this time no one outside of Texas knew who the hell George H.W. or George W. was, and most people still wish we could forget them both, especially W. Most of the world on the other hand would not know what to do, had they never known the name...Michael Ironside. Anyhow, on a more serious note, Prom Night II is a campy classic regardless of it's status on the stinky and rigged IMDb rating system. 25 years later and people who don't have a pole jammed up <more>
their rectums still love this film. The original Prom Night does not hold a candle to this film in terms of entertainment, and let's face it, horror films are almost 100% about entertainment alone. The original Prom Night is a bore, but this film is a blast. If you haven't seen this and you love horror films, and especially the campy horror films; In the words of Jack Torrance, "Go check it out!"8/10
What have The Fly, Invaders from Mars, The Thing from Another World, and The Blob all have in common? They are science fiction films from the 1950s that were remade in the 1980s. The 1980s saw a new enthusiasm for everything 1950s as America - for the first time in three decades - felt more like the society and world leader they imagined themselves to be in that earlier post-war decade. Helping this optimistic reinvigoration of nationalist sentiment along were such factors as Reagan's neo-conservative government, the growth of economic rationalism, Russia's withdrawal from <more>
Afghanistan, an end to the Iran Hostage Crisis, the meteoric rise of computer technology, and unprecedented increases in wealth accumulation and consumer fetishism. University survey's conducted in the 80s revealed that American values among young adults had returned to a conservative high not seen since the 1950s. With all of these cosmetic similarities between the two decades, its no wonder that fashion, music and movies returned to the halcyon days of McCarthyism, anti-communism, nuclear paranoia and conspicuous consumption. Indeed, in the New Hollywood of the 80s there was a general shift among audiences towards juvenile escapist fantasies rather than cynical social realist dramas of the 70s. So what does all this have to do with Hello Mary Lou: Prom Night II PN2 ? The renaissance of everything 1950s in America is a key concern of PN2, and typical of horror films that, in general, capture the zeitgeist fairly accurately. PN2 provides a particularly impressive visual metaphor for the regeneration of the 1950s within a 1980s context when, at the prom, Mary Lou quite literally emerges from Vicki's body. Prior to this "rebirth," Vicky - possessed by the vengeful spirit of Mary Lou - dresses in 50s clothes, uses anachronistic phrases from the 50s "See you later, alligator" , and listens to 50s music. The film is as much an intelligent and insightful observation of 80s neo-conservatism as it is a camp, clever and visually striking horror romp.Reviewers that have not enjoyed the film scathingly pointed out the extent to which PN2 borrows from Carrie and The Exorcist. Yet this is all part of the twisted pleasure of the film. Take it too seriously and the acerbically clever joke is on you. For through its derivative nod to Friedkin and De Palma's films, PN2 locates itself very clearly within firstly, a post-Exorcist era when every second horror film in the 70s borrowed something from The Exorcist the most financially and critically successful horror film in history , and secondly, a post-De Palma era in which it pays homage to a director who pays homage to a director Hitchcock , resulting in a playful mise-en-abyme. PN2 is also a really good looking film. It features some solid stylish special effects and well executed set pieces that predate those in the later campier instalments of the Nightmare on Elm Street franchise. As we know, Mary Lou makes several unsuccessful attempts to possess Vicki. She comes to Vicki when she's alone and vulnerable, invading her personal space. Some of these possession attempts involve some truly creative filmmaking involving good old fashioned in-camera special effects. This of course was an age when a major part of filmmaking was still problem solving - an age when audiences were still asking, "How did they do that?" An age before digital boredom. In one sequence from PN2, the rocking-horse in Vicki's room starts to move by itself and takes on a demonic visage, with its eyes rolling, its brows creasing and its tongue lolling about. In another sequence, Vicki is alone in a classroom when chalk writing mysteriously appears in reverse on the blackboard, seemingly written from inside the board the words "HELP ME" appear, one of the many nods to The Exorcist . When Vicki approaches the board, it suddenly becomes a liquid state and black hands reach out and pull her into the inky blackness. After struggling to stay afloat as the board becomes a whirlpool, Vicki is eventually pulled under or inside as the dark waters swirl around her. After she disappears, the blackboard returns to its solid state and the letters that had been swirling around are now scattered randomly across the board. I could rabbit on endlessly about this film but i've already said too much. I hope after reading this review you might be inspired to check out this overlooked gem from the decade that produced so many overlooked gems, and with an open mind, hopefully you might see what a group of intelligent and creative young filmmakers with no cash, but solid ideas and loads of cunning are capable of producing.
Originally entitled The Haunting of Hamilton High, this film is rife with horror trivia, such as lockers that look exactly like A Nightmare on Elm Street, allusions to Carrie and a character who references The Exorcist. Several characters are named after famous horror folks, too.Back in 1957, Mary Lou Maloney goes to confession and doesn't follow the rules at all. She's disobeyed her parents, used the Lord's name in vain and had sex with many boys - and she loved every minute of it. Then, she leaves her number for the priest.At the prom that night, her boyfriend Billy soon to be <more>
played by Michael Ironside gives her a ring, but she just tells him to get her some punch. That's so she can have sex with Buddy Cooper. They get discovered by Billy, who grabs a stink bomb and throws at her when she gets crowned prom queen, ala Carrie. Her dress goes up in flames and she dies in front of the entire class.In 1987, thirty years later, Vicki Carpenter is having a rough time getting ready for the prom. Her mother refuses to allow her to buy a new dress and doesn't approve of her boyfriend. She searches the school for a dress in the prop room and finds Mary Lou's doomed gown. It starts claiming victims right away, like Vicki's best friend Jess, who is killed by a beam from the tiara. Seeing as how she was despondent about being jilted while pregnant, everyone figures her death was just a suicide.Vicki has nightmares every night and confides in her priest, who ends up being Buddy. He believes Mary Lou may be back, a fact that's confirmed when a Bible bursts into flames at her grave. He tries to warn Billy, who is not the principal and the father of Vicki's boyfriend Craig.Vicki is at war with Kelly Hennelotter Terri Hawkes, Killer Party , the meanest girl in school. Mary Lou takes over Vicki's body at a detention caused by a fight between the two girls. She goes to confession at Buddy's church and unleashes a torrent of obscenities before stabbing him in the face with a crucifix.Mary Lou makes over Vicki to be a 50's girl just like she was. When Monica tries to get to the bottom of everything, she's killed by being crushed inside a locker.Mary Lou seduces Craig, something that the virginal Vicki would never do. His father rescues him just as Mary Lou reveals herself. He knocks out his son once he ensures that he is safe and digs up Mary Lou's grave. Inside? Buddy's dead body.Then it gets really crazy. Mary Lou takes Vicki home and makes out with her father and then tosses her mother through a door.At the prom, evil girl Kelly gives Josh, the geeky horror movie fan, a blowjob in order to win the prom queen crown. Too bad for Josh, as Mary Lou electrocutes the poor geek and switches the outcome. As she takes the stage, Billy shoots her. That's when all hell breaks loose, as Mary Lou turns into a charred corpse and tries to bring Craig into hell. His father saves him at the last minute by returning Mary Lou'd crown and kissing her.That's not the real ending, though. It turns out that Mary Lou is now inside the principal and he drives off with his son and Vicki!I wasn't expecting much from this movie, yet it more than entertained me. It surprised me with its sheer lewdness and language in the confession scene. There haven't been many horror movies with a villain that doesn't punish those that have sex but wants more of it.