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Thomas Haden Church,
Casey Noland, a high school kid with no direction in life, decides to pursue the serial killing profession. Only problem...he can't bring himself to kill anybody. Will the help of a gothic chick named Sasha, he attempts to learn the ways of a mass murderer. Meanwhile, a real serial killer is at work in their town and Casey thinks he might know who the maniac is. Written by
Trace Slobotkin (writer/director)
Production designer Erich W. Schultz is credited in the opening credits as Eric Schultz, but as Erich Schultz in the closing credits. See more »
[shows an inkblot card]
How about this one?
[shows another card]
and what this look like to you?
[Shows another ink blot card]
And this one?
[Studies card and sighs]
Casey, do you remember your dreams?
Tell me about them.
Well, last night I had a dream that I took a really big knife and lopped of Mr. Korn's head, and then I threw the knife in your skull. Then Mr. Korn's decapitated head told me I'd be a really good serial killer.
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Yet another disappointing low budget horror comedy. Serial Killing 101 has no real horror, and is not that funny either. I maybe laughed twice. It's not worth wasting your time with. It has made such a lasting impression on me that I can't even think of anything to write about...and I just finished watching it! That should let you know what kind of film it is. I expected a darkly humorous hit considering Thomas Hayden Church just got an Oscar nod. How do you go from this film to an Oscar nomination? Strange. Justin Urich (from Monster Man), Lisa Loeb (yeah, that one...and she's playing a 17 year old to boot), and Corey Feldman co-star. Fans of the Fel-dog should be warned, he has a tiny cameo.
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