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A psychotic serial slasher starts a bloodthirsty murder rampage at Cherry Falls high school that only kills the local high school virgins. This leads to the local teenage population organising a sex party in order to lose their virginity and thus no longer be targets... Written by
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I saw this one in LA at a preview screening and really enjoyed it. Pretty darn kinky with lots of sexual humor (some of it extremely tasteless) and some good scary and/or weirdo scenes referencing so many movies that I couldn't keep up. Lots of fresh faces in the high school cast, no plastic Kens or Barbies here. As for the leads, there's a very (very) odd performance from Michael Biehn and a sprinkling of amusingly dark and kooky craziness from Candy Clark, Jay Mohr, and Brittany Murphy. Might be a cult critter at heart, but it certainly has an unforgettable final fifteen minutes. Hasty and breathless in execution - which really only adds to the overall loony pace and energy. I hear the uncut version is utterly ferocious and I'd like to hear from anyone who can get the infamous five minute 'Annette' death scene that was removed from the film I saw.
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