Front of the VHS video box
|Directed by||Luca Bercovici|
|Produced by||Sam Bernard
|Written by||Luca Bercovici
Sam Bernard (story)
Brant von Hoffman
|Music by||Kendall Schmidt|
|Edited by||Sherwood Jones|
|Distributed by||WarnerVision Films|
The Granny is a 1995 American horror comedy film directed by Luca Bercovici and written by Bercovici and Sam Bernard. The film stars Stella Stevens as a grandmother who comes back from her grave to seek revenge on her greedy family. After a limited release at drive-in theaters, the film was printed directly to VHS video format.
The family of a wealthy woman named Anastasia "Granny" Gargoli (Stella Stevens) wants her to die so they can inherit her insurance. Granny is given an eternal life potion by a mysterious preacher Namon Ami (Luca Bercovici). Although the preacher admonishes her not to take it in sunlight, Granny ignores him and drinks it in broad daylight. She melts into nothing, but arises from a grave as a vampire-like monster. Granny starts killing her family to prevent them from inheriting her fortune. It is up to Kelly (Shannon Whirry) and Amy (Samantha Hendricks) to stop the blood hungry, vampire-like granny.
- Stella Stevens as Granny
- Shannon Whirry as Kelly; Whirry made appearances on several television shows including Seinfeld, Murphy Brown and Silk Stalkings.
- Samantha Hendricks as Amy
- Sandy Helberg as Albert
- Brant von Hoffman as David. Hoffman known for his roles in Police Academy and Guarding Tess.
- Patricia Sturges as Andrea
- Ryan Bollman as Junior
- Heather Elizabeth Parkhurst as Antionette. Parkhurst was a member of the Swedish Bikini Team featured in beer ads and appeared in Playboy in August 1991 and January 1992.
- Joseph Bernard II as Mr. Sadler
- Luca Bercovici as Namon Ami
- The Granny on Internet Movie Database
- The Granny review Ohthehumanity.com
- The Granny Movie Review Something Awful, January 20, 2000
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