Just after Beth relays the "no chance, no help, no escape" message in the restroom to the rest of the group, a microphone is seen coming into view on the bottom of the screen. It can be clearly observed moving between speaking actors for several seconds. See more »
Randy!... Come'n boy!... Randy! Get up Damn it!... Your'e missing one of Gods great creations! The Sun's just beginning to peak!
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I saw this movie on TV at around one in the morning in November of 1994. I stayed up to watch it all because this movie has it all: Gross-out special effects, a chilling electronic soundtrack, amusingly tacky 1970's wardrobe (Okay,Okay...if you could see what I was wearing as an eight year old when this movie was released you'd laugh), great bits of wacky dialogue, humor and tension, and a chance to see former NYPD Blue star David Caruso in an early role. It's a great movie to terrify your sister or girlfriend with, but the flying mini-pizzas that hurtle throughout might incite laughter rather than screams! This is my favorite horror movie and I highly recommend it to anyone tired of the slick, humourless, overblown teen-horror films of recent release.
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