“Amy’s getting married in a few weeks, and she thinks some maniac is following her around.”
When several brides-to-be are mysteriously found murdered, Amy (Caitlyn O’Heaney) must discover who the serial killer is before she becomes the next victim.
Response to Peary’s Review:
As Peary notes, this suspenseful horror flick — full of “clever touches” and “engaging acting” — is among “the best of the Halloween derivatives.” It boasts a creative premise (a jilted lover turns psychotic and takes revenge on all other brides-to-be), unexpected humor (including some bit scenes with an unknown Tom Hanks), and a number of “truly scary sequences”. Although I’m not generally a fan of slasher flicks, I found myself unexpectedly caught up in this one.
- Young Tom Hanks in a small supporting role
- A believable motivation for the killings (relatively speaking!)
- A clever, exciting script
No, but it’s recommended for fans of well-made slasher flicks.
Posted on March 4th, 2006 by admin
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