While trying to understand a frightening reoccurring nightmare, a pledge is coaxed into breaking into her father's department store by her sorority sisters, where a deranged killer targets the girls and their boyfriends.
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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For years it was believed that Pat Benatar's hit song "Hell Is For Children" was featured in the film's soundtrack. The song, however, is never heard throughout the film, nor credited on the closing titles. See more »
In the scene where Nancy plays the record album, there are two close-ups of the album on the turntable. From the first close-up to the second close-up, the speed of the spinning record has increased, although the speed/pitch of the music remains constant. See more »
[after the professor she is sleeping with pretends to not know her in front of his wife]
I'm gonna bust his balls tonight.
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Two young women are watching a slasher movie at the beginning of this film. A strange man sits behind one of them and stabs her through the back of her seat. We find out later that this man is a homicidal bride killer, because he was stood up at the altar years back by his bride, whom he later knifes. Now, as the police are searching for the man, he goes after pretty Amy Jensen, a nice girl who is getting married to a big jerk named Phil. Amy and her friends Joyce and Nancy are getting together with friends for the weekend and guess who crashes the party. There are a lot of bloodless, pointless murders in this one, huge plot holes in the script, a score that sounds curiously like Carpenter's in "Halloween", and a stupid twist ending. Yeah, yeah, yeah, Tom Hanks is in this, big deal. He has only a five minute part, playing a psych major. The climax in them morgue is alright, but Armand Mastroianni's direction is less than great. An average slasher film.
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