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Wide-eyed freshman Danielle “Daisy” Brooks’ (Miriam McDonald) first days at Beckshire College are the best ever. She’s noticed by the deans handsome son Blake (Ryan Kennedy), singled out for a much sought-after scholarship, and invited to join an exclusive campus society, The Ivies by the sultry Azalea (Shawna Waldron).
What Daisy doesn’t know but is warned about by her eccentric room mate Magenta (andrea Whitburn) is that the Ivies are more than a close-knit, secretive sisterhood. They are hot-blooded temptresses with cold-blooded ambition who are more than willing to seduce, blackmail or do away with anyone who gets in their way, even if she’s one of their own.
‘Poison Ivy 4: The Secret Society’ is a long way from the premise of the original ‘Poison Ivy’ a 1992 movie which starred Drew Barrymore as the conniving and mentally unstable girl named Ivy who befriends an introverted high school student and schemes her way into the lives of her wealthy family.
In ‘Poision Ivy 4: the Secret Society’ the Ivy in question is now a secret college organization of young girls with ruthless and sometimes deadly ambitions. The script, which is written by Liz Maverick and Peter Sullivan and helmed under the direction of Jason Hreno, is a fairly decent story despite the rather lurid, cheesy sounding premise. The acting for the most part is fairly decent with Miriam McDonald and Ryan Kennedy managing to give their respective characters depth and personality that belies the stereotype they could very well have fallen into. Shawna Waldron gives Azalea just the right amount of dangerous vamp without going ‘over the top’ with it.
“Poison Ivy 4: The Secret Society’ is well worth the time to rent on DVD or watch On Demand. It’s entertaining, well paced and tells an interesting story and has a very talented cast of young actors along with veterans Catharine Hicks and Greg Evigan thrown into the mix. The movie does contain strong sexual content and nudity.
You can buy ‘Poision Ivy 4: The Secret Society’ at WHV Portal
Grade = C+
Reviewed By M R Reed