Saturday, February 4, 2017


Prom Night 3: The Last Kiss (Prom Night 3) Movie Review

Mary Lou Maloney (played by Courtney Taylor in this one) returns from Hell to haunt Hamilton High once more, this time killing off the enemies--and eventually friends--of Alex Grey (Tim Conlon). Along with a new actress playing Mary Lou, two things immediately jumped out to me as I watched this film--it was far more comedy than horror, and what I was watching, though it was on DVD (the double feature version with Prom Night 4, to be exact), was the television edit version of the film. Casting Taylor as Mary Lou was an upgrade in both the talent and looks categories--I spent much of this film trying to figure out where I knew her from, but came to the conclusion I didn't actually know her from anything--she just looked like a lot of other girls from the late 80s/early 90s.

See what I mean?

The comedy in this movie is really bad overall (it is Canadian, after all), but there is some subtle stuff here and there that will make you chuckle. There is no true horror in the film, though there is a bit of gore I didn't really expect. The special effects are so bad they're good, the acting is pretty awful across the board, and the story is fairly bland, but there is some strange charm about this film that will keep you interested along the way. If you're in the mood for a quirky comedy with a splash of horror, you may like this one, but it's far from being a good film in any way, shape, or form.

On A Scale Of One To Ten: 4

Prom Night 3: The Last Kiss Movie Trailer

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