Laurel has the boyfriend of her dreams, Kevin. He can and will do anything for her. He is totally devoted to her but the downside is that he never leave her alone. When she tries to get ... See full summary »
Laurel has the boyfriend of her dreams, Kevin. He can and will do anything for her. He is totally devoted to her but the downside is that he never leave her alone. When she tries to get some distance he responds with aggressiveness. It finally dawns on Laurel that he is not good for her. Laurel's mother Jessica has already started to suspect that something is wrong with his background. Written by
During the early stages of filming, Spelling was bitten quite severely by a tame pangolin being used in an adjacent production. In certain scenes, bruising from her rabies inoculations are clearly visible. See more »
When Laurel is driving away from the cabin after fleeing from Kevin, we hear her car's tires screech as if they were on asphalt. But the road is dirt and gravel, and would not have made those sounds. See more »
Where to begin. Tori is gloriously bad as cutey blonde girl whose boyfriend may be a **bit** weird. Of course her mother spots this and Weird Boyfriend turns into a drooling manic axe murderer. I howled with laughter as the plot (of which there is nothing much to say) turned from predictable over awful to really bad. The highlight is Tori escaping from the Drooling Manic Axe murderer Boyfriend in a canoe -- and it is obvious that she has no clue as how to paddle. Poor girl doesn't get anywhere -- but Mommy saves the day. Grab some popcorn and sit down to watch a movie so dreadful that it ought to be shown as a cult movie.
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