Lady Death - The Motion Picture (2004) Movie Review

Lady Death - The Motion Picture (2004)

2004 | Horror, Action, Fantasy, Animation
80 minutes /

User Score: 60/100


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Lady Death - The Motion Picture Review

Synopsis:

Based on a comic book series. A woman burned at the stake in 15th century Sweden actually is Satan (Lucifer)'s daughter - and plots revenge against him.

Set in 15th Century Sweden, Hope, the beautiful daughter of Matthias-believed to be a skilled mercenary, but who in actuality is Lucifer, the Lord of Lies-is accused of being the devil’s consort following a hellish incident witnessed by local villagers. Ultimately, Hope is sentenced by the town priest to be burned at the stake. Writhing in pain and unable to think clearly, she accepts Lucifer’s offer of life in Hell-presented by the malevolent Pagan-over a hideously painful death.  Lucifer’s grand plan to corrupt a soul of pure innocence meets unanticipated resistance, as Hope rejects Lucifer’s scheme and eventually, transformed into the powerful warrior LADY DEATH, challenges the Lord of Lies for control of Hell itself.  A powerful story of innocence lost, savage betrayal and glorious rebirth.


About Lady Death - The Motion Picture (2004)

Title: Lady Death - The Motion Picture
AKA: Lady Death
Year: 2004
Runtime: 80 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror, Action, Fantasy, Animation
Reviewer:
Score: 1.5 / 5 stars
Published:
Avg. Rating: 3/5 stars from 5 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 5
Starring: Jason Douglas, Chris Patton, Andy McAvin, John Swasey, James Faulkner, Sara Muir, Laura Butcher, Chris Nelson, Marizol Cabrera Ojeda, Shelley Calene-Black, Andy Orjuela, Geana Lewis, Carole Pavlik, Mary Marquez, Rod Peters, Adam Conlon, Patrick Williams, Neal Barnes, Mike Yantosca, Mike Kleinhenz, Jonathan Brands, Christine M. Auten, John Carrithers, Rob Mungle, Allen Divers, Mike MacRae, Jon Duckworth, Dwight Clark, Dorothea Exis, Maureen McCullough
Writers: Carl Macek, Brian Pulido
Director: Andy Orjuela

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