Granny's family wants her dead so they can collect her insurance. While she is on her death bed, she drinks an eternal life potion and returns to the land of the living. She is on a mission...
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Granny's family wants her dead so they can collect her insurance. While she is on her death bed, she drinks an eternal life potion and returns to the land of the living. She is on a mission to wreak havoc over her greedy relatives. Written by
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[the undead Granny brings out a covered dining tray]
Treats for the sweets!
[Granny lifts the cover as we see the head of David; The family cheers and laughs]
What is this, prime rib?
[take a big bite of his meat]
I love it!
Mmm! Wonderful soup.
They say that the family that eats together...
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I went to the video shop to rent a really cheesy horror flick, and boy did I get one. The Granny caught my attention because it stars one-time beauty and decent actress Stella Stevens, and looked like it might be fun. Alas, Stevens is barely recognizable, and the show is not only not fun, it is agonizing to watch. I rate it -**, and recommend it as a candidate for worst movie ever made.
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