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Hell Hath No Fury: Marriage Is So Deadly Funny


Storyline via IMDB:

A husband and a wife separately and unknowingly plot to murder each other on the same fateful night.


Review:

Hell Hath No Fury is a murder comedy of errors.  There  are murders and infidelities and betrayals a  plenty which all go merrily awry and right. 

One cohort dies with a knife blade sticking up from the white sheet covering him, a perpetual ghost erection everyone keeps on tripping over. But then, Hell Hath No Fury is all about that day in every marriage where all the aggravations and misguided love and affection leads to homicidal attempts, then vow renewals and finally, a lifetime of mis-ejaculations.

…Only the police come in and make it all right, but worse. And the rat poison in the wine? Someone has to drink it. Every marriage is a Hamlet waiting to happen.

Hell Hath No Fury is Married With Children with the kids murdered off in the backstory. It gets a 3.5 out of 5 or a B+.

Hell Hath No Fury is part of the 10th annual Chattanooga Film Festival playing online and IRL through June 29th.


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One response to “Hell Hath No Fury: Marriage Is So Deadly Funny”

  1. caroline46 Avatar

    I am eager to see this

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