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Film / Urban Legends: Bloody Mary

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The second sequel to Urban Legend, released in 2005 Direct-to-DVD.

This time, murders are committed by an actual urban legend character, and the main characters must find a way to stop her. Stars Kate Mara and features her sister Rooney Mara in a cameo.

This film has the examples of:

  • Body Horror: Heather's death recreates the urban legend of a spider laying its eggs in a sleeping person's cheek.
  • Continuity Nod: The urban legend murders from the first two films are mentioned.
  • Date Rape Averted: Bloody Mary's backstory involves this....
  • Dead Man's Chest: ...but then she is accidentally killed and put in here.
  • Granola Girl: Grace, who knew the eponymous Mary when she was alive, grew up into one.
  • Grievous Bottley Harm: Bloody Mary kills Buck with a broken bottle.
  • Leitmotif: The signal that Bloody Mary is coming is Niki Haris’ "I Will Always Be There" starts playing… which is the last song she heard before her death.
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  • Room Full of Crazy: Grace has a room full of drawings based on urban legends.
  • Sins of Our Fathers: Background of the film, as the characters from the older generation got Mary killed, and she's now killing the newer one.
  • Slumber Party: The main characters have one in the opening.
  • Stringy-Haired Ghost Girl: Bloody Mary, though you can see her face fine.
  • Toilet Humor: There's a farting dog.
  • Too Dumb to Live: The obnoxious, self-involved teens in this movie make the kids from the Friday the 13th movies look like Mensa members.
  • Vengeful Vending Machine: The "guy crushed by a vending machine" story is brought up, and it nearly happens to Buck for real.