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When Melissa Morgan (Aleisa Shirley), a gorgeous big city girl moves to a small Texas town, she creates quite a stir with her beauty and promiscuous attitude. She might be 15, going on 25, but all the boys at her new school are still anxious to get to know her. Shortly after her arrival, Melissa's dates start ending up dead. When the younger brother of a local hell raiser (Don Stroud) ends up dead, Melissa looks like the likely suspect. The town Sheriff (Bo Hopkins) must try to solve the killings before the killer strikes again. Along to help him is his Nancy Drew-ish daughter (Dana Kimmell). What secret will be revealed when Melissa turns SWEET SIXTEEN?".
Directed by Jim Sotos (FORCED ENTRY), the film features an all star cast that includes Patrick MacNee, Susan Strasberg, Larry Storch, Henry Wilcoxon and Michael Pataki. Presented for the first time in a directors cut.
Not a slasher flick, despite descriptions otherwise. At best, this could be called a very tepid murder mystery. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Einsatz
This was slightly different than I was expecting. I found it to be a bit boring and I wasn't even interested in who the killer was. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alphalover
1982's "Sweet Sixteen" is somewhere between "Friday the 13th," "Fast Times at Ridgemont High" (which was made that same year), and a Nancy Drew murder mystery. Read morePublished 13 months ago by Tom P. the Underground Navigator
The film revolves around Melissa, a girl turning sixteen. The boys adore her...but they can't seem to be around her for an extended time. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bartok Kinski
One of the better slasher films of the early 80's that also deals with racism. The song played during the end credits will have you singing it for days afterwards.Published 22 months ago by Fred Adelman
This is a typical '80-s slasher. All the boys who like the beautiful Melissa end up dead. Is she the killer? Read morePublished on April 22, 2012 by R. Scheenjes
The word Amateur is really not strong enough of an adjective to use to describe this really terrible attempt at a movie. Just junk and a total waste of time.... Read morePublished on July 24, 2010 by Science Minded
This dvd trasnfer is fairly good considering the original film was damaged or lost maybe decaying. I'm just glad Code Red took care of this little ol horror classic! Read morePublished on May 1, 2010 by Ugly Betty Fan