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The Newlydeads (1988)

The owner of a lakeside resort murders a transvestite. Fifteen years later, a spirit comes back and starts killing honeymoon couples.

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Jimmy Williams ...
Lloyd (as Jim Williams)
Jean Levine ...
Kris
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Ron (as Jay Richardson)
Roxanna Michaels ...
Lynda
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Jackie
Captain Mike ...
Minister
Rebecca Barrington ...
Blanche
Michael Springer ...
Bull
Ron Preston ...
Roger
Michelle Mania ...
Sabina (as Michelle Smith)
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Tim
Renee Way ...
Brenda (as Rene Way)
Jean Lowry ...
Marilyn
Dick Crawford ...
Mathew
Charla Driver ...
Maid
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The owner of a lakeside resort murders a transvestite. Fifteen years later, a spirit comes back and starts killing honeymoon couples.

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21 August 1988 (Japan)  »

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$250,000 (estimated)
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An ok B movie
6 July 2002 | by See all my reviews

Lets see bad acting, sorry effects, blood, and of course boobs! Usually the winning combo of a B movie, but not always. The Newlydeads was a decent flick. The only thing that made this movie worth the $2.00 I paid for it, was the preacher! He was hilarious! He was a drunk and he was often stumbling and singing. Well, My favorite part of the movie was he came up on some rustling in the bushes. Well, it turns out to be an old "newlydead" couple. He yells out, "Whadda ya'll doing in the bushes? SCREWIN!?!?! I was rolling! Other than that this was pretty much a dud. Oh and an interesting tidbit, They added sound effects for EVERY footstep in the movie. Eveytime someone is walking you hear clump, clump, clump, clump...


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