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Milo (1998)

R | | Horror | 6 October 1998 (USA)
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Four young grade-school girls witness the murder of one of their classmates during what they thought was just an innocent game. The killer is a strange young boy named Milo Jeeder. Sixteen ... See full summary »

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Claire Mullins
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Kelso
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Marian
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Lieutenant Parker
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Dr. Matthew Jeeder M.D.
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Abigail Scott
Asher Metchik ...
Milo Jeeder
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Jack Wyatt
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Evan (as Jordan Blake Warkol)
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Kendra (as Rae'ven Larrymore Kelly)
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Young Claire Mullins
Paige Tamada ...
Young May
Fiona Landers ...
Young Abigail Scott
Ashley Nation ...
Young Ruth Spear
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Young Marian (as Jennifer Regli)
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Four young grade-school girls witness the murder of one of their classmates during what they thought was just an innocent game. The killer is a strange young boy named Milo Jeeder. Sixteen years later, the four survivors of the event re-unite under happier circumstances in the same town where it happened. They believe that Milo drowned in a river shortly after the murder, but soon learn that the demonic killer Milo has also returned, still a young boy, unchanged even after almost two decades. Written by Patrick D. Rockwell <prockwell@thegrid.net>

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Remember, Jason and Freddy were kids once too.

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Rated R for horror violence and gore, and for brief language | See all certifications »
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An amazing demonstration of not to make a film
16 May 2002 | by See all my reviews

This movie was crap. The script is so full of holes; I can't see how the producers agreed to finance it.

We are never given an explanation of ANYTHING. The acting is horrible. The plot sucks. This movie was obviously written for those 8 and under.

I have to say this: why are the high school classes only 2 minutes long? Teacher walks in, finds a frog in the desk, or drawing on the chalkboard, and 30 seconds later, the bell rings, class is over. The kids haven't even opened their books. Can we have at least a little continuity?

Oh, the dialogue. Milo Jeter is the re-incarnated, aborted fetus, zombie thing. Do we really need the line, "This is Dr. Jeter's office. Dr. Jeter, Milo's father." Thanks for the tip; I could never put that together myself. It never gets any better.

Why does Milo talk the way he does, even in the beginning? Was Milo ever `real'. Or was he never real, just always what he currently is? And if it was always that way, why the unexplained `accident' Milo had?

Besides "What is Milo?", what are all the unresolved items for? We see all these contraptions in his father's medical office, and are never given an explanation of what they are for, or what they have to do with the story. What are the injections for? What about the aquarium contraption? They obviously aren't needed. (See the movie, it'll make sense). And what does this medication do to anyone? Apparently nothing, since it has no effect on the lead actress.

This movie is a very, very bad rip off of all the other slasher movies. It's a really awful Friday the 13th/Halloween slopped together by a 10-year old writer. It's not cheesy enough to laugh at, it's just an incredibly frustrating bore.


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