Deadgirl (2008) Movie Review

Deadgirl (2008)

2008 | R | Horror, Thriller, Romance
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User Score: 61/100


Two high school boys discover an imprisoned woman in an abandoned mental asylum who cannot die.

You never forget your first time…

From the producer of HELLRAISER and HEATHERS

Daringly original and genre-busting, Deadgirl is an odyssey into the soul of our alienated youth that takes the conventions of the horror and coming-of-age movies and turns them on their heads.

When high school misfits Rickie and JT decide to ditch school and find themselves lost in the crumbling facility of a nearby abandoned hospital, they come face-to-face with a gruesome discovery: a body of a woman stripped naked, chained to a table and covered in plastic and soon realize she is anything but dead. Quickly the boys find themselves embarking on a twisted yet poignant journey testing the limits of their friendship, and forces both to decide just how far they’re willing to stretch their understanding of right and wrong.

From the producer of the seminal "Hellraiser" and the legendary "Heathers", Deadgirl is a new genre classic and a no-holds-barred look at the horror of growing up. Starring Shiloh Fernandez ("Cadillac Records"), Noah Segan ("Brick"), Micheal Bowen ("Kill Bill") and Candice Accola ("Juno").

About Deadgirl (2008)

Title: Deadgirl
Year: 2008
Starring: Nolan Gerard Funk, Shiloh Fernandez, Noah Segan, Michael Bowen, Robert McMurrer, David Alan Graf, Timothy Muskatell, Kelle Cantwell, Frankie Stone, Nadine Crocker, Christina Masterson, Dawson Van Pelt, Jessica Borne, Susan Marie Keller, Ben Herrera, Rexiel Ressurreccion, Candice King, Chris LaRuffa, Michelle Roshanzamir, Dustin Hess, Jesse Rivera, Steve Dean, Matt Lippincott, Hector Santana, Gene Augusto, Katelyn Marks, Marcel Sarmiento, Jodi Beale, Michael Masterson, Angie Sharma
Director: Marcel Sarmiento, Gadi Harel
Score: 3.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3.05/5 stars from 18 users. Votes: 18.
Genre: Horror, Thriller, Romance
MPAA Rating: R

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