Convinced that her father's death was not accidental, a beautiful girl decides to investigate to find out the truth, aided by her boyfriend. Her sleuthing draws her to a local mortuary, where many secrets will be revealed.
Mary Beth McDonough,
A reluctant bride to be is stalked by a serial killer who only kills brides and the people around them. While her friends get whacked one by one, a hard boiled renegade cop whose bride had been killed years before tries to hunt him down before it is too late. Meanwhile, the bride has to figure out if it is all in her imagination or not, aided by her ex-boyfriend...Written by
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In the scene where Nancy plays the record album, there are two close-ups of the album on the turntable. From the first close-up to the second close-up, the speed of the spinning record has increased, although the speed/pitch of the music remains constant. See more »
Amy's getting married in a few weeks and she thinks some maniac is following her around.
Oh, is he a big man?
Let's just forget it.
No Amy, is he a big man?
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Much better than the average Halloween inspired slasher flick
This is an obvious take-off of Halloween, so much so that John Carpenter could have sued over the soundtrack. Yet it's surprisingly better than all of the other take-offs that came about from 1978 through the early 80s. The one thing that this has over the others is competent production values, a fairly literate story, no less than mediocre acting, and some of it actually good, and a regular human as the killer. You know, the kind that can actually be killed too, and doesn't wear some version of a mask. We can all thank Hitchcock and Psycho for the knife/slasher sub-genre, and thank Tobe Hooper and Leatherface for the masked maniac. The killer in this one is a maniac but no mask is used, what a relief. So, anyway, you'll find a good amount of entertainment in this one if you like this particular type of horror, and if you don't then better to not get it because it's pretty specifically horror, and not a crossover film.
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