Bloody Mary Folklore na cultura popular


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Urban Legends: Bloody Mary, a 2005 horror film by Mary Lambert, is the third installment in the Urban Legend series.Bloody Mary, a 2006 film set in a psychiatric hospital.Dead Mary, a 2007 film based on a screenplay titled Bloody Mary.The Legend of Bloody Mary, a 2008 film by director John Stecenko, includes a character, Amy, who goes missing for good after playing the game "Bloody Mary".[citation needed]Bloody Mary, a 2011 horror film by director Charlie Vaughn in which a group of filmmakers awaken a seductive version of Bloody Mary.Ghost Killers vs. Bloody Mary, a 2018 Brazilian horror-comedy film about a group of ghost hunting YouTubers that are called by a school to calm down the students after Bloody Mary appears.


In 2008, for their annual "Halloween Horror Nights" event, Universal Studios Florida developed a new variation of the legend. In their version, "Mary" was a doctor who studied fear by exposing her patients to it. But as time went on she became more and more twisted until she herself became the ghost bloody Mary that twisted legend and lore into something dark and sinister.


A season two episode of Charmed ("Chick Flick") involves a demon who makes killers from different horror movies come to life. One of these killers is Bloody Mary.In the Ghost Whisperer TV series' third season, an episode ("Don't Try This at Home") involves the Bloody Mary legend.[citation needed]Supernatural, the paranormal TV series, had an episode titled "Bloody Mary" during its first season, involving a ghost that attacked those who were looking into a mirror while her name was repeated, although she was only capable of "leaping" into mirrors within a certain range of the mirror that she killed herself in front of. In the course of the investigation, it is revealed that the original "Bloody Mary" was an aspiring actress named Mary Worthington (portrayed by Jovanna Burke) who was found dead in front of her mirror of an apparent suicide, but she wrote the first few letters of a name on the glass before she died. The detective responsible for investigating the case noted that Mary was said to be having an affair with a doctor named Trevor Sampson, speculating that he was the actual killer, but there was no actual evidence to prove that theory. Due to her death, Mary's ghost would only attack people who looked in a mirror while her name was being invoked- whether they were the ones who said her name or not- if they had some secret relating to their role in the death of someone else. However, becoming a vengeful spirit corrupts Mary's judgement, with the result that she goes after people with any kind of secret relating to the death of someone else; as an example, one of her first victims was a man who killed his wife and made it look like a suicide, and another is a girl who killed a boy in a hit-and-run accident, but a later "target" is a girl whose obsessive boyfriend killed himself because she left him, even though in the last case the girl didn't actually kill her boyfriend herself. The Winchester brother were able to defeat her by drawing her out of her mirror and then showing her her own reflection, causing her to 'judge' herself. In "Moriah" going into Season 15, Mary Worthington is among the condemned spirits in Hell that were unleashed on Earth by God."Syzygy", an episode of The X-Files, concerns her legend.The two-part season 1 finale of the horror anthology show The Haunting Hour: The Series is called "Scary Mary", and mirrors, much like the Bloody Mary tale, play a major role in the episode, as Mary and her minions transport themselves through them and she can talk through them. However, she is described as being vain, dying from being inside a burning farmhouse, and her spirit is a face-stealer, as all of her minions are girls who have given their faces to her.Episode 2 of Gary and his Demons involves Bloody Mary as an informant who helps the demon hunter Gary to go after the latest mirror monster."Jinxed", an episode of Regular Show, involves a parody of Bloody Mary where Rigby, having been jinxed by Mordecai, locks himself in a dark bathroom, writes his name on the mirror and repeats his name three times to break the jinx. However, when he does so, a demonic version of himself appears and starts terrorizing the town. In order for the demon to go away, Rigby had to say his name in reverse three times.The South Park episode "Hell on Earth 2006" sees Butters Stotch summoning the ghost of rapper Biggie Smalls by saying his name three times in front of the bathroom mirror with the lights off, a clear reference to Bloody Mary.


The main villain of Cyber Shogun Revolution takes the name of Bloody Mary as she terrorizes the United States of Japan.In the young adult ghost story Who's at the Door? the author, JC Bratton, intertwines the mirror-as-portal concept with the Bloody Mary urban legend.The Young Adult duology Mary: The Summoning''and Mary: Unleashed by Hillary Monahan, tells the story of a group of teenagers who perform Bloody Mary in the mirror, only to have Mary follow and attack them.


Bloody Mary is one of the toughest bosses in the 1995 SNES JRPG game Terranigma.In the action-adventure game Dishonored (2012), the player can read a book titled, Rhyme of the Rosewater Hag, which tells the story of a vengeful mother who seeks to murder her own daughter in cold blood. The book then gives instructions to an outdoor activity where the performer has to soak their head in a fountain of rose petals for three seconds and then gasp for air. If the performer is holy, the vengeful mother will spare them and not reveal herself. But if the performer is sinful, then the vengeful mother will appear and strangle them with a noose made of rose thorns.[citation needed]The Wolf Among Us, a 2013 video game based on the Fables comic book series, introduces the Bloody Mary legend as a Fable and one of the key antagonists in the game, voiced by Kathryn Cressida. This version of Bloody Mary has the ability to teleport through any reflective surface. Her true form include features like shark-like teeth, blood seeping from her eyes, and shards of mirror piercing her flesh all over. GamesRadar+ staff ranked her among the best villainous characters in video games.The mobile and PC survival horror game Identity V (2018) features a playable hunter named Bloody Queen, or Mary, who uses mirrors as a tool and a mirror shard as a weapon. Although her backstory suggests she born to a royal family in France, she suffered the same fate as the historical Bloody Mary in England; an execution by guillotine.Bloody Mary is one of the playable characters in the horror fighting game Terrordrome – Reign of the Legends (2020).Bloody Mary is one of the playable characters in the 2021 roguelike video game Rogue Lords. In this version, she's a young bride who was murdered the day of her wedding and revived by the Devil as a vengeful ghost who delights in bloodshed. She displays a playful, childlike personality and uses mirror-themed abilities, including placing a floating mirror behind her adversaries to replicate every attack through it.


American singer-songwriter Lady Gaga references Bloody Mary in her second studio album Born This Way, where Bloody Mary is mentioned by name on track 8 of the album, entitled 'Bloody Mary'.


The Bloody Mary Show, a British comedy web series which portrays Bloody Mary's daily life

Referências e notas

^ Bloody Maria em lendas urbanas; Sobre o site da Urban Legends;^ A B Pulliam, junho; Fonseca, Anthony (26 de setembro de 2016). Fantasmas na cultura e lenda populares. Abc-clio. p. 35. ISBN 978-1440834912. Recuperado em 18 de dezembro de 2017.^ Valentine, Richard, Bloody Mary (horror, suspense), Kat Pictures, Sticks & Stones Films, Black Hat Productions, recuperado 2022-02-03^ Vaughn, Charlie (2011-12-30), Bloody Mary 3D (horror), Tom Cat Films, Sterling Entertainment, recuperado 2022-02-03^ Bevil, Dewayne (2008-09-25). "O Universal Crafs Bloody Mary Bio para as noites de terror de Halloween". Orlando Sentinel. Arquivado do original em 2008-09-30. Recuperado 2008-10-14.^ Episódio encantado;^ Lowry, Brian (1996). Não confie em ninguém: o guia oficial dos arquivos X. Harper Prism. ISBN 0-06-105353-8.^ "Série de ficção especulativa com conclusões fantásticas". Den of Geek. 2020-04-23. Recuperado 2020-08-14. Livro de livros da Publishers Weekly. Editores semanalmente. Recuperado em 5 de outubro de 2020.^ "Terranigma (videogame)". TV Tropes. Recuperado 2020-08-14.^ Tito, Greg (2014-04-08). "O lobo entre nós, episódio 3: uma revisão de milha torta - sim!". Escapista. Recuperado 2014-04-08.^ "Os melhores vilões em videogames". GamesRadar+ Staff. 10 de fevereiro de 2018. Recuperado em 22 de outubro de 2021.^ "Mary". GamePedia. Recuperado em 18 de setembro de 2020.^ "Lordes desonestos exibem vilões menos populares - e isso é uma coisa boa". 5 de outubro de 2021. Recuperado em 15 de maio de 2022.^ O Bloody Mary Show no YouTube.