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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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Is it worth it?
Well, getting married, I mean.
Get dressed kid.
I'll tell you the truth, though. Sometimes I wish I never got married. But other times, I wouldn't trade Roz for anybody. Heh. Marriage is like that. Good times, bad times. You learn to live with it. But it's better than being alone.
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Wow, this movie is one of the classic scare films I remember from my youth. We all know the tale as it is described, however the real lesson in this movie is never turn your back. Indeed, in the world of 80's horror, fright was all about atmosphere and scares; there was some gore, but nothing relative to the realism you find in the CSI's on TV. In 80's horror, the serial killer and the psycho were one and the same; there was no method to their madness- anyone and everyone could be their next victim. This was the era of "He Knows You're Alone."
In the movie theatre, in the comfort of your own home...even with a secure door between yourself and your attacker, you are never safe because he knows...you're alone.
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