Poison Ivy: The New Seduction
- 1 hr 35 min
Poison Ivy: The New Seduction is brought to viewers by director Kurt Voss, writer Karen Kelly and produced by Catalaine Knell. The sequel to the original Poison Ivy, this film follows the story of young Joy and her parents in 1987 that live with their housekeeper Rebecca and her two daughters Violet and Ivy. Ivy as a young girl believes that the life she leads is dull. After Ivan learns of an affair that Rebecca is having, Catherine evicts Rebecca and her children. The film flash forwards 10 years later to Violet reuniting with Joy while looking for a summer home while working at Denny’s and attending school. Joy gladly suggests she stay with her and stays in Catherine’s room. Violet feeling as if she doesn't fit in to the scene with the ivy league friends of Joy, goes to a late night at work but unknown to her Michael is trying to become intimate with Joy. Violet has a secret agenda up her sleeve to destroy all relationships in Joy’s life, including the one she has with Jaime and of course Michael. While Violet appears to be an innocent girl trying to live her subtle life while working at Denny’s, people begin to realize she is not all she appears to be. With secrets and deception not only does Violet fool everyone involved but she continues to get her revenge throughout the film. Only soon after a few people turn up missing, does anyone truly begin to suspect that Violet has other motives. Violet will stop at nothing to get the revenge she desires, no matter who gets in her way. She will rid the world of the evil that she feels Joy has caused in her life.