Story of a New England boys' school and of one of the students who is infatuated with an instructor's wife who has Multiple Sclerosis. The woman struggles to show her strict husband how ... See full summary »
Sean Patrick Flanery
Bell and Belle want to break out of their trailer park lives and get up and out to the "Big City" of Atlanta. Just when they think they are on their way to getting a nest egg Bell falls for a handsome police officer named Rhett Butler.
Paul S. Myers,
Terry is dating a single mother, Amanda. Not only does he want to marry her but he also wants to adopt her son, Jay. Now while she likes the former, she is doesn't exactly like the latter. ... See full summary »
Robert Hy Gorman
This is your typical slasher flick. It's always worth a rent just to see how stupid the teen victims will be (ex. never run up the stairs when the front door is just a few feet away).The story relies heavily the classic urban legend about the hook wielding mental patient stalking a couple on Lovers Lane, heck that basically the plot. The gore factor is virtually nil, since many of deaths (which are few) are off-screen deals. On the plus side, the heroine is resourceful (This is first one I've seen that can properly reset a broken leg). Also, all you "Scary Movie" fans should check out Anna Faris (who played the heroine in said movie) in her first slasher appearance. Trust me, it took me a moment figure out it was her. Overall, this movie is perfect for quenching anyone's need for a decent slasher fix.
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