HELL HATH NO FURY (2021) Review of psychotic female stalker film

 

Hell Have No Fury is a 2021 American horror film about a newly-wed man searching for his missing wife who encounters a female stalker. She is revealed to be psychotic and sadistic and will do whatever it takes to make him hers.

Written and directed by Nicholas Grant (Dark 72; Prey), the AntiKs Entertainment-Graveyard Cinemas production stars Melissa Marie Brown (Sirens), Joseph Pascone (Sirens), Ellen Brown and Kevin Anthony Young Jr.

Review:

“The first minutes look amateurish but the interior shots are better handled. The dialogue dictates our emotions. The acting can be decent and it can excel. Sometimes, with Hell Hath No Fury, everything comes together through synchronicity or because the cast and crew were in the zone. Sometimes, we get the opposite of that.” Tales of Terror

Cast and characters (alphabetical):

Raf Adame … Uncle Rick
Ellen Brown … Sharon Bridges
Melissa Marie Brown … Melanie Page / Form of Woman
Danielle Chambers … The Woman (voice)
Nicholas Grant … Passerby
Dominique Pascone … Mother of Melanie Page
Joe Pascone … Father of Melanie Page
Joseph Pascone … Spencer
Paula Ramirez … Aly Bridges
Kevin Anthony Young Jr. … Jefferey

Filming locations:

Las Vegas, Nevada

Technical details:

77 minutes

Budget:

$1,000 (estimated)

Notes:

Not to be confused with Jesse V. Johnson’s 2021 action-war film of the same name which stars Nina Bergman as a female fighter.

Fun facts:

The phrase “Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned” originates from the quote “Heaven has no rage like love to hatred turned, nor Hell a fury like a woman scorned” in English playwright William Congreve’s tragedy The Mourning Bride (1697).

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