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John Johnston ...
Frankie (as John Robert Johnston)
Sharlene Martin ...
Madeline (as Melissa Martin)
Cat Williams ...
Amy
Leanne Jaheny ...
Janie
Samra Wolfin ...
Barbara
April Alkins ...
Holly
Geraldine Farrell ...
Lori
Monica Marko ...
Frankie's mother
Rupert Grant ...
Steve
Shane Carlsson ...
Tony
James-Dean Hirschfeld ...
Pizza man
Jocelyne Lavoie ...
Karen
Mark Ruthledge ...
Gary
Debbie Shyers ...
Dead girl #1
Annie Henderson ...
Dead girl #2

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Frankie is a psychopath who suffers from problems with his mother. To compensate for these problems he follows and persecutes Madeleine and some of her friends, killing one girl after the other, and anybody else who would stand in his way - without any reason or compassion. Written by Volker Boehm

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18 November 1987 (USA)  »

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Possession Until Death Do You Part  »

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below average
31 December 2009 | by (Portland, Oregon, USA) – See all my reviews

First of all, the title makes no sense. There's no evil spirits in this movie, so "Possession" is misleading. The relationship between the killer and his mother was obviously ripped off from "Psycho" (what's with the Oedipus complexes in horror movies?). Overall, this flick has everything that just about every other slasher movie has, except creativity. Most of it looks as if it got made for fun. I seriously doubt that Vancouver wants to be remembered for this. Among the much cooler horror flicks from Canada are "The Brain" and "The Clown Murders".

So, this is definitely not one that I recommend...unless of course you want to see a few naked young women.


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