The Granny (1995)





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Movie Info

In this "supernatural" comedy, a plain-jane spinster cares for her elderly grandmother, who happens to be a fanatic wrestling fan -- and also extremely rich. When her obnoxious relatives show up for Thanksgiving dinner, the grandmother, who has been given a magic potion by an exorcist, turns into a supernatural killer who takes on different shapes to perform her murders.
Comedy , Horror , Science Fiction & Fantasy
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Tapestry Films


Sandy Helberg
as Albert
Luca Bercovici
as Namon Ami
Pat Sturges
as Andrea
Ryan Bollman
as Junior
Joseph E. Bernard
as Mr. Sadler
Teresa Ganzel
as Leanne
Dan Woren
as Lenny
Lynn Tufeld
as Franny
Kedrick Wolf
as Dr. Hardy
as Himself
Anthony Hickox
as Frederick
Lynn Tufield
as Franny
Ester Richman
as Mother
Don Freeman
as Detective
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Critic Reviews for The Granny

All Critics (3)

Truly strange horror movie that's odd enough to be watchable.

August 24, 2003
Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)

Supernatural granny stuff. There MUST be something better you can rent.

July 26, 2002

Quote not available.

October 7, 2005

Audience Reviews for The Granny


I use to like this flick when I was little but now after watching it not so much anymore.Its more of a movie to watch if theres nothing else on or something to waste time

Brody Manson
Brody Manson

Super Reviewer

Now here's a film that screams over-the-top! The Granny is about a crotchety old grandmother (Stella Stevens, whose fun in this) that absolutely despises most of her family (comprised of sleazy and very greedy people), save for her sympathetic, unattractive (that's how they paint her in this movie!) granddaughter Shannon Whirry (whom I will ALWAYS remember as the chick Jim Carry was titty-sucking in Me, Myself & Irene) who cares for her. A mysterious man (whom the audience is clued in on at the opening of the film) enters to give Granny a secret formula that gives her immortality, but since she doesn't follow the rules, it kills and mutates her into a monster granny that goes on a killing spree whilst shouting whimsical and laughable wisecracks (a la Freddy Krueger). Titties and Gore are abound in this laughable, direct to video movie that is 85 minutes of pure cheesy and corny moments. Though the majority of viewers will not appreciate the silliness of this film, I enjoyed it for what it was worth. Clearly, nobody is taking this film seriously, which allows them to have fun with it, thus making it have a small charm to it. If this were to ever come out on DVD, I'd probably buy it!

Jason Duron
Jason Duron

This movie has it all. Corny puns and lovely ladies with loose morals. Gore with a little romance thrown in.

Adam Reum
Adam Reum

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