An unknown killer, clad in World War II U.S. Army fatigues, stalks a small New Jersey town bent on reliving a 35 year-old double murder by focusing on a group of college kids holding an annual Spring Dance.
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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The film received two nominations for Best Picture and Best Director at the Sitges Film Festival in Spain, Geoffrey Wright finally taking the prize. See more »
When Jody is talking to Leonard Iveston, the word Byron is wiped out on the board behind them in the close up shots. When the camera goes to the long angle where most of the classroom can be seen, Byron is chalked onto the board again. See more »
Cherry falls is set in a town where it seems as if no one is innocent.It is about a killer who is going around killing off virgins.The cliche is that the virgin would always live but in this particular movie it is the other way round but it works.
There is a twist among the film (and that is not just finding out who the killer is) you find out the motive what drove the killer to do it and it has something to do more with the local sheriff (I hope I aint giving much away).
The ending has a disturbing and suspenseful effect and you might find it hilarious,but it had me in a jolt.I thought it was predictable who the killer was but the twist and the motive didn't take much to figure out.If you think you know who the killer is,all I can say is look closer.I rate 4/5.
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