Living Doll (1990) Movie Review

Living Doll (1990)

1990 | Horror
92 minutes /

User Score: 67/100


Howard, a shy morgue worker, falls in love with a girl who ends up in the morgue, but he doesn't let that stop him.

Living Doll Review

Medical student Howard is a troubled young man. He is in love with the beautiful Christine, the girl who sells flowers at the hospital where he works. Unfortunately she barely knows he exists. Then, one night, the body of an accident victim is brought into the morgue. To his horror, Howard discovers it is the body of Christine…

Unable to believe that she is really dead, Howard takes the body back to his apartment. Suddenly Christine starts to talk, asking Howard to take revenge on all the people who caused her death.

With stunning SFX from Paul Catling of Hellraiser fame, this is one of the most unusual love stories ever told

About Living Doll (1990)

Title: Living Doll
Year: 1990
Runtime: 92 minutes
Type: Movie
Genre: Horror
Score: 3.5 / 5 stars
Avg. Rating: 3.3/5 stars from 6 users.
Total Avg. Votes: 6
Starring: Ted Maynard, Eartha Kitt, Mark Jax, Gary Martin, Jane Rawlins, Mandy Curzon, Alanna Lane, Nicola Turner, Katie Orgill, Freddie Earlle, Marcel Grant, Alison Jenkins, Heather Robbins, Sean Aita, David Taylor, Tanya Lee
Writers: George Dugdale, Mark Ezra, Paul Hart-Wilden
Director: George Dugdale, Peter Mackenzie Litten

Living Doll Cover Poster Art

Movies and TV Shows That Need Votes