Lol I totally agree. I like the movie, but just the revealing of the killer really pissed me off. There's no way in hell that girl could do all that. If you watch the movie from the beginning, and just picture the whole time that it's Rebecca Gayheart in that coat, you'll be laughing your ass off.
she was a swimmer.....they have great upper body strength
I watched this for the first time in years the other day. It's no Scream but defiantly one of the top rip-offs. I looked up the stuttering gas station attendant from the beginning because I thought I recognized him. It's Brad Dourif (Chucky). I also discovered that Brad Dourif played the stuttering kid in 'One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest'. That blew my mind.
Similar to Scream, I have a soft spot for this movies coz it was out when I was that age, and when teen slashers were going crazy. Good timing to be in 6th form and uni for that period. I probably love these films way more than I should, but I can't help myself, I can't fight the nostalgia!
'Only two things are infinite - the universe and human stupidity....and I'm not so sure about the universe.' Albert Einstein
I had to wait ages to watch this film as they knew I was underage at my local cinema. When I did get to watch it I really enjoyed it. The opening scene was the best bit and the scene when the dog gets it!
"I have no idea where this will take us but I have a feeling it will be both wonderful and strange"
Yes, i loved this flick. The killer looked really cool and the premise was awesome. In the commentary it said that the film had been a bit gorier but was cut down due to the studio. Apparently the achiles tendon slice of dean adams was particularely guesome
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Jeez, been awhile since I saw this. I cant really remember it all to well. From what I can remember it was pretty good. Never seen any of the sequels though, and from whats been said perhaps thats a good thing.
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I liked the first one, i got asleep with the second and the third one wasn't so bad. I wised that they could do a better work with the script, but unfortunatelly they made a typica teen horror, pop-corn film...