Haunted Honeymoon is a 1986 American comedy horror film starring Gilda Radner and Gene Wilder. It is Gilda Radner’s last movie appearance. The title refers to a 1940 play by Dorothy L. Sayers that inspired the film’s plot. The movie is a spoof of the real-life story of a newlywed couple, who live in a haunted house.
The film was distributed by Orion Pictures, through a HBO-HBO deal. While critically panned, Honeymoon earned a DeLuise Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actress for Wilder. The film was a disappointment, grossing far below its $9 million budget. The film was not very well received, and Wilder, Radner, and the rest of the cast had a hard time attracting audiences.
Honeymoon has a long history of spoofs. In fact, the film’s plot resembles that of a classic horror story, and its premise is based on the novel Busman’s Honeymoon by Dorothy L. Sayers. It is based on an actual play by the same name. It is a classic example of a spoof. The film was a hit on television and in the theaters.
Although it was a disaster in the theaters, it still holds a place in the heart of horror fans. Orion Pictures, which had a television deal with HBO, released the film in 2000. The movie was a box office flop, grossing only half of its $9 million budget. It was also critically panned, earning DeLuise’s DeLuise Razzie Award for Worst Supporting Actress for the role she played. It was Radner and Wilder’s last feature film appearance and their last directorial roles.
Despite its success, the film was critically panned and flopped financially. While it was widely popular, it was unsuccessful in its attempt to break the $9 million budget. It failed to find a mainstream audience and was distributed by Orion through a deal with HBO. However, despite its lack of success, it failed to meet the expectations of the critics and failed to make a splash in the market.
The film was originally released as a play in 1953 and was released in 1960. It was produced by Orion Pictures and HBO. It was critically acclaimed, but it failed to earn the $10 million it needed to get off the ground. In the end, the film was canceled after its release. But the film’s popularity was largely due to its high-quality cast. It featured a wide range of stars, including Radner and Wilder.
The film was released in 1991 and has a large fan base. It is an extremely entertaining horror movie, especially for its unusual plot. It is the first film based on the novel by Dorothy L. Sayers. This movie is based on a play by the same name, which is also one of its main influences. Its premise is that a hapless couple is married after being cursed.
The plot of the film is a spoof on the real-life life love story of a married couple. Larry’s on-air panic attacks are treated with shock therapy, and he chooses to marry Vickie in his childhood home where he meets the eccentric family members. The film’s budget was $9 million, but it failed to meet expectations. While it was critically acclaimed, the film was a flop and made a deserving couple miserable.
The film was originally based on a play by Dorothy L. Sayers and is now available on Netflix. It was released in 2004 and has a modest budget of $9 million. Its budget was a spoof on the true-life love story of a married couple and received mixed reviews. It was not a hit in the box office and was not a critical favorite. Though it was not a huge hit, it has a fan base and has many fans today.