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Prom Night III: The Last Kiss (1990)

The malevolent spirit of Mary Lou Maloney returns to Hamilton High, where she manipulates a naive male student into helping her wreak havoc on the school.

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Alex Grey
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Sarah Monroe (as Cyndy Preston)
David Stratton ...
Shane Taylor
Courtney Taylor ...
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Andrew Douglas
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Leonard Welsh
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Mr. Weatherall
Tom Nursall ...
Coach
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Mr. Walker
London Juno ...
Leah Grey (as Juno Mills Cockell)
Lesley Kelly ...
Miss Richards
Terry Doyle ...
Jack Roswell
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Darren
Nicole Evans ...
Gail
Sabrina Boudot ...
Patsy Riviera
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Mary Lou, the prom queen burned to death by her boyfriend back in the fifties, has escaped from hell and is once again walking the hallways of Hamilton High School, looking for blood. She chooses as her escort in world of the living Alex, an average depressed student with dreams of one day becoming a doctor. As Mary Lou begins to get back into form, the body count starts climbing and the graduating class of Hamilton High is once again smaller than expected. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Brock Simpson is the only actor who appeared in all four Prom Night movies. See more »

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At about 59 min, after Leah wakes up Alex, there's a boom mic visible. See more »

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Mary Lou Maloney: See you later, alligator.
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She's Gonna Freak You
Written by Wes Williams (as W. Williams)
Performed by Wes Williams (as Maestro Fresh-Wes)
By Permission of D.S.G. Publishing
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campy without being funny
28 January 2016 | by See all my reviews

Prom queen Mary Lou Maloney has escaped from Hell and is killing in Hamilton High School once again. Alex Grey is an average student and unlikely to get into medical school. His best friend Shane Taylor is another idiot. He is always bullied on the football team by star Andrew Douglas. He forgets his anniversary with girlfriend Sarah Monroe. Late one night, he has a sexual encounter with Mary Lou. Mary Lou starts appearing helping him academically and athletically. He helps her bury the bodies.

This is trying to be campy. The problem is that it's not funny. When it tries to be funny and fails, the movie feels deficient. Courtney Taylor has the pin-up beauty of Mary Lou but she doesn't have the charisma of Lisa Schrage. None of the movie is actually scary. The last act in Hell doesn't have any real intensity. In fact, the people suffering in Hell are so lifeless that it makes the movie stumble crossing the finish line.


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