Cinderella's Revenge


Drama / Fantasy / Horror / Mystery / Romance / Thriller

IMDb Rating 3.4/10 10 606 606


Top cast

Natasha Henstridge as Fairy Godmother
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783.27 MB
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23.976 fps
1 hr 25 min
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1 hr 25 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by nogodnomasters 4 / 10

Don't Call me Baby

This is not the Disney version. Cinderella's ( Lauren Staerck) father is murdered in the first scene by paid killers of her stepmother (Stephanie Lodge). Her stepsisters are played by Beatrice Fletcher and Megan Purvis. When it is time for the ball, Fairy Godmother (Natasha Henstridge) incorporates 20th-century designers and Cinderella is driven to the ball in a Tesla by Elon Musk (Stephen Staley) himself. She meets the prince (Darrell Griggs) who is rather a disappointment. Afterwards, Cinderella is punished which includes whipping. Fairy Godmother helps Cinderella get revenge by wearing a mask and getting extra strength.

The slasher film aspect was long and on the boring side.

Guide: F-word. Sex. Nudity (Amy-single name credit, partial-Emilija Senavaityte as Lauren Staerck 's body double.)

Reviewed by khizratariqsyeda 3 / 10

More focus on bloodshed

The overall plot seemed a bit focused on all the bloodshed and even the revenge parts didn't seem like she really wanted revenge. It seemed more like Cinderella was focused on bloodshed and wanted to kill everyone.

The visuals were alright aside from these killing scenes and the choice of actors was good. It was ok ok if you can watch blood scenes but I would prefer a better way for revenge or an enhanced plot with a better revenge plan. It seemed like she was on a killing spree and didn't really have any specific plan to implement which would be much preferred.

A movie I'd not watch again probably due to all the blood stuff and violence.

Reviewed by paul_haakonsen 4 / 10

Sort of watchable...

Well, if you enjoy the original "Cinderella" tale from Charles Perrault, then chances are that you might also enjoy this reinterpretation from writer Tom Jolliffe, provided you have a thing for homicidal maniac versions of peaceful characters.

I had the opportunity to sit down and watch the 2024 movie "Cinderella's Revenge", and opted to do so since it was a movie that I hadn't even heard about. And given it supposedly being a horror movie, of course I had to check it out. I have to admit, though, that I harbored zero expectations to it, given it's title.

Needless to say that this 2024 take on the story certainly is a lot more dark and sinister than the original story.

Of the entire cast ensemble in the movie, I was only familiar with Natasha Henstridge, and she had but a support role in the movie. It should be noted, however, that the acting performances in the movie were fair enough.

The effects in the movie were adequate. You're not in for anything grand, but the effects do work as intended. There are some nice enough scenes with mayhem and blood to please us gorehounds.

Watchable for what it was, director Andy Edwards's wasn't exactly an outstanding or memorable horror experience. I have to admit that turning the Cinderella character into a homicidal slasher just was a bit of an odd thing. So in a way, I suppose that this was a revenge movie, basically.

My rating of "Cinderella's Revenge" lands on a four out of ten stars.

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