Seven teens head up to a cabin on the lake for spring break. Mike has studied all horror films on video, and recognizes the signs of foreshadowing of doom. The others dismiss his concerns ... See full summary »
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Gary P. Cohen
The main character is stricken with a horrible disease, but it doesn't affect him. It spreads to every inamimate object that he touches, and then if another person touches the object, they ... See full summary »
Seven teens head up to a cabin on the lake for spring break. Mike has studied all horror films on video, and recognizes the signs of foreshadowing of doom. The others dismiss his concerns as the workings of a person that watches too many videos, but there really is something out there, and the teens begin experiencing an attrition problem when they start stumbling into all the cliches found in a typical teen horror film. Written by
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Rolfe Kanefsky wrote the original script in only five days and was only eighteen-years-old when he wrote said screenplay. See more »
At around the 38 minute mark, when the camera is panning into the living room to a couple making out, the crew are reflected in the patio pane door. See more »
This asshole comes down here looking like Friday the 13th trying to scare us!
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"This film is a work of fiction. All the characters and events in this film are fictitious. Any real people or real events that are similar or remind you in any way of the events and people in this film are purely coincidental. It was an accident, I, the writer and director, Rolfe Kanefsky, didn't mean it and am truly sorry." See more »
One of 'Screams' fore-fathers in that it provides a character who has seen tons of horror movies and knows what to expect next! The plot is familiar - students who head out to the woods for a weekend of sex and alcohol are then terrorized by an alien. Yet, the writers definitely did this one up tongue in cheek style. Watch for the classic boom-mic scene. Skeeter gives it 9 for 10!
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