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Time stops at midnight at the Senior Prom for five students, one murderous counselor, and John. They must find the courage to face themselves or, when time starts again, they may find that they are joining John's Club. All you have to do is commit murder... or suicide. Written by
In The Wind
Written by Daniel Fernandez and Barbara Louise Gracey
Performed by Cissy Goodridge
Courtesy of Danfer Music
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I had the pleasure of working on this dog of a movie. I was one of the talent(?) drivers (really just drove around Toronto in the middle of the night buying cigarettes for the grips). Kim Cotes was a nice guy as was Joel Wyner. He actually replaced the legendary Corey Haim who was fired because the producers thought he was a screw-up and on drugs. He seemed okay to me. I think he was pretty sober at that point. We shot a few days with Haim before they booted him.
I remember the producers during the shoot talking about all these fantastic morphing effects they were going to add in post that would really make the movie stand out. I think they spent about $1.98 on effects.
Robbie Cooper (as he was known at York University) went on to write other stuff and created the Stargate TV franchise.
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