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Urban Legends: Final Cut -- Urban legend-style killings begin to occur on a movie set, in this non-sequel sequel to "Urban Legend".


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Writers (WGA):
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22 September 2000 (USA) See more »
It was an urban legend that started it all. Now it continues on the Alpine University campus... See more »
A film school is the center of a fresh spate of killings based on urban legends. Full summary » | Full synopsis »
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  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Jennifer Morrison ... Amy Mayfield

Matthew Davis ... Travis Stark / Trevor Stark

Hart Bochner ... Professor Solomon

Loretta Devine ... Reese

Joey Lawrence ... Graham Manning (as Joseph Lawrence)

Anson Mount ... Toby

Eva Mendes ... Vanessa Valdeon

Jessica Cauffiel ... Sandra

Anthony Anderson ... Stan

Michael Bacall ... Dirk

Marco Hofschneider ... Simon
Derek Aasland ... P.A. Kevin

Jacinda Barrett ... Lisa
Peter Millard ... Dr. Fain
Chas Lawther ... Dean Patterson

Chuck Campbell ... Geek in Plane

Yani Gellman ... Rob

Jeannette Sousa ... Libby
Rory Feore ... Killer Flight Attendant

Shauna Black ... Blonde Girlfriend
Leland Tilden ... Jock on Plane
Joel Gordon ... Jock on Plane (as Joel Gorson)
David Cook ... Student Screamer

Bianca Muller ... Student Screamer
Jenny Kim ... Student Screamer

Nicole Crozier ... Student Screamer

Pat Kelly ... Crony in Screening Room

Stephanie Moore ... Girl in 16mm Film

Kevin Hare ... Police Officer

David Sparrow ... Police Officer

Clare Preuss ... Clapper Girl (as Clare Martina Preuss)
Santo ... Vicious Dog
rest of cast listed alphabetically:

Rebecca Gayheart ... Nurse Brenda Bates (uncredited)
Rana Morrison ... Student (uncredited)

Directed by
John Ottman 
Writing credits
Silvio Horta (characters)

Paul Harris Boardman (written by) &
Scott Derrickson (written by)

Produced by
Amanda Goodpaster .... associate producer
Brad Luff .... executive producer
Gina Matthews .... producer
Michael McDonnell .... co-producer
Neal H. Moritz .... producer
Nick Osborne .... executive producer (as Nicholas Osborne)
Richard Luke Rothschild .... producer
Original Music by
John Ottman 
Damon Intrabartolo (uncredited)
Cinematography by
Brian Pearson (director of photography)
Film Editing by
Rob Kobrin 
John Ottman 
Casting by
Randi Hiller 
Production Design by
Mark Zuelzke 
Art Direction by
Nancey Pankiw 
Set Decoration by
Carol Lavoie 
Costume Design by
Trysha Bakker 
Marie-Sylvie Deveau 
Makeup Department
Susan A. Cabral .... additional photography
François Dagenais .... prosthetic makeup artist
Karola Dirnberger .... key hair stylist
Irene Kent .... key makeup artist
Matthew W. Mungle .... prosthetic makeup artist
Kyle Glencross .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Clinton Wayne .... special makeup effects artist (uncredited)
Production Management
Chris Danton .... production manager (as Christopher J. Danton)
Richard Luke Rothschild .... unit production manager: additional photography (as Richard Rothschild)
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Tyler Delben .... third assistant director
Andrew Pritchard .... dgc trainee
Tim Singh .... second assistant director
Michael Zenon .... first assistant director
Art Department
Ane Christensen .... property master
Charles Dunlop .... set designer
Pat Flood .... set designer
Henry Ilola .... construction coordinator
Hans-Heinrich Piersig .... leadman (as Hans-Henrich Piersig)
Reet Puhm .... key scenic artist
Brian Wade .... props (uncredited)
Sound Department
Richard L. Anderson .... supervising sound editor
James Christopher .... sound effects editor
Mark Coffey .... sound effects transfer
David E. Fluhr .... re-recording mixer (as David Fluhr)
Don Givens .... foley mixer
Aaron Glascock .... sound effects editor
Catherine Harper .... foley artist
Hilda Hodges .... foley artist
Adam Jenkins .... re-recording mixer
Colin Jones .... boom operator
Elizabeth Kenton .... adr editor
Elizabeth Kenton .... dialogue editor
Andrea Lakin .... sound recordist
Dan Lucas .... adr recordist
Curt Schulkey .... adr editor
Curt Schulkey .... dialogue editor
Greg Steele .... adr mixer
Ralph Stuart .... assistant sound editor
Rick Waddell .... production mixer (as Richard Waddell)
Marvin Walowitz .... sound effects editor
David A. Whittaker .... sound effects editor (as David Whittaker)
Robert Zubia .... foley recordist
Jason Gough .... second boom operator (uncredited)
Larry Hopkins .... playback sound mixer (uncredited)
Rick Mitchell .... foley editor (uncredited)
Elijah Schkeiban .... assistant sound editor (uncredited)
Special Effects by
Larz Anderson .... special effects
Daniel Gibson .... special effects
Martin Malivoire .... special effects
Brad Larkin .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Marcus Rait .... special effects technician (uncredited)
Mark Rice .... special effects assistant (uncredited)
Dean Stewart .... special effects office administrator (uncredited)
Visual Effects by
Mario Antognetti .... visual effects assistant
Sarah Norton .... compositor: 2d
Mark Savela .... visual effects supervisor
Sean Stranks .... compositor: 2d
Tavia Charlton .... visual effects coordinator: GVFX (uncredited)
Chris Crowell .... digital compositor (uncredited)
Jennifer Law-Stump .... digital effects artist: Pacific Title Digital (uncredited)
Pat Banta .... stunt coordinator
Leigh Bianco .... stunts (as Leigh Brinkman)
Marco Bianco .... stunts
Shane Cardwell .... stunt coordinator
Wayne Downer .... stunt killer
Mickey Giacomazzi .... stunts
Brian Jagersky .... stunts
Erin Jarvis .... stunts
Jamie Jones .... stunts
Danny Lima .... stunts (uncredited)
Alison Reid .... stunts
Bryan Renfro .... stunts
Len Wagner .... stunts
Derek Aasland .... stunts (uncredited)
Heather Callow .... stunt double (uncredited)
Jamie Taylor .... stunts (uncredited)
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Allen .... chief lighting technician
Richard Allen .... director of photography: second unit
Kirk Chiswell .... first assistant camera
Pete Daprato .... best boy grip (as Peter DaPrato)
Robert Daprato .... key grip (as Bob DaPrato)
Anthony Ellis .... second assistant camera
Michael Gibson .... still photographer
Tony Guerin .... camera operator
Brad Hruboska .... steadicam operator
Patrick King .... dolly grip (as Patrick A. King)
Steve Kolodziej .... betacam operator
Roddy Kosub .... best boy electric (as Rod Kosub)
Tim Merkel .... steadicam operator
Paul Sullivan .... steadicam operator
Paul Van der Linden .... camera operator: "b" camera (as Paul Hugenot Van Der Linden)
Mark W. Hindle .... video playback operator (uncredited)
Jim Holmes .... grip (uncredited)
Lux .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Colin Mayo .... lighting technician (uncredited)
Annie McEveety .... first assistant camera (uncredited)
John 'Fest' Sandau .... gaffer: additional photography (uncredited)
Greg Whiteside .... 24 frame video operator (uncredited)
Kit Whitmore .... director of photography: second unit (uncredited)
Casting Department
Robin D. Cook .... casting: Toronto
Courtney Gross .... casting associate: Los Angeles
Andrea Kool .... casting assistant: Toronto
Krisztina M. Neglia .... extras casting (as Krisztina Meuring)
Terri Douglas .... adr voice casting (uncredited)
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Donna Butt .... set costumer
Malcolm Pearcey .... set costumer
Gillian Steinhardt .... assistant costume designer
Monica Weir .... set costumer
Editorial Department
Helen Hand .... assistant editor
Berenicci Hershorn .... apprentice editor
Andrew Loschin .... first assistant film editor
Mike Milliken .... color timer
Jim Schulte .... assistant editor
Chris Lamie .... colorist (uncredited)
Michael Toll .... telecine assistant (uncredited)
Location Management
Jen Leonard .... assistant location manager (as Jennifer Leonard)
Anne Richardson .... location manager
Rana Morrison .... location assistant (uncredited)
Music Department
Eric Anderson .... vocal contractor
Peter Fuchs .... score mixer
Peter Fuchs .... score recordist
Amanda Goodpaster .... music editor
Damon Intrabartolo .... conductor
Damon Intrabartolo .... music arranger
Münchner Symphoniker .... music performers: original score (as The Munich Symphony Orchestra)
John Ottman .... orchestrator
Casey Stone .... choir recordist
Paul Talkington .... orchestra contractor
Rick Giovinazzo .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Deborah Lurie .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Frank Macchia .... orchestrator (uncredited)
Gabriel Mann .... music mixer (uncredited)
Transportation Department
Jeff Bell .... transportation captain (as Jeffery Bell)
Wilfred Bell .... transportation coordinator (as Wilfred C. Bell)
Jason Leeking .... transportation co-captain (uncredited)
Other crew
Cassandra Barbour .... rights and clearances
Joseph Diaz .... production assistant
Janet Ellis .... production secretary
Missy Eustermann .... post-production accountant (as Missy Wargowski)
Dana Fox .... assistant: Mr. Osborne
Kristine M. Gilbert .... production coordinator (as Kris Gilbert)
Michael Goosen .... production accountant
Sheryl Harris .... dog trainer
Vickie M. Hsieh .... assistant: Mr. Rothschild
Patricia Joyes .... script supervisor (as Pay Joyes)
Stephanie Keating .... unit publicist
Redd Knight .... assistant production coordinator
Amanda Lewis .... assistant: Mr. Moritz (as Amanda Cohen)
John Maijala .... production assistant (as John 'J.P.' Maijala)
Teresa Ann Miller .... dog trainer
Shannon O'Bryan .... assistant: Mr. Ottman (as Shannon Leslie O'Bryan)
Rick Parker .... animal handler
Antonio Ranieri .... production assistant
Laura Sevier .... rights and clearances
Julie Taras .... assistant: Ms. Matthews
Alisia Vinnitsky .... assistant: Mr. Rothschild
Amanda Coles .... assistant production coordinator: Peterborough, Ontario (uncredited)
R. Emerson John .... script supervisor: second unit (uncredited)
Alexander Nicolas .... marketing (uncredited)
Vicki Dee Rock .... production executive (uncredited)
Sue Sparling .... first assistant accountant (uncredited)
Crew believed to be complete

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Additional Details

Also Known As:
"Leyendas urbanas: Corte final" - USA (Spanish title)
"Rule 2" - Japan (English title)
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Rated R for violence/gore, language and some sexuality
97 min
Aspect Ratio:
2.35 : 1 See more »
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The ice in the bathtub scene was actually made of silicon and very heavy. The kidney used in this scene was actually a goat's kidney.See more »
Continuity: When Stan is attacked in the terror train ride, the miner's light on his head is knocked off. When the shot next cuts to him it is back on his head, then off, then back on again.See more »
Amy Mayfield:You filmed Sandra's death.
Professor Solomon:It's called "cinéma vérité". Nice touch, don't you think?
Amy Mayfield:It was out of focus. But you know what they say; those who can't do, teach.
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5 out of 5 people found the following review useful.
Campus fun, 17 August 2011
Author: Maz Murdoch (asda-man) from United Kingdom

I'm just a sucker for a slasher! No matter how bad they are I usually enjoy them all even "Halloween: Resurrection" was quite entertaining in my book, although not needed one bit! "Urban Legends" was another slasher I enjoyed and although I know it's nothing special, it's certainly no "Scream", "Urban Legends: Final Cut" tries to enter the "Scream" franchise but just simply doesn't have the same balls "Scream" has.

Nevertheless it was entertaining and thoroughly enjoyable! It starts out a little bit like Wes Craven's "New Nightmare" being set on a film set, (also like "Scream 3"). If you have seen "Urban Legends" then you basically have seen "Urban Legends: Final Cut" because it's more of the same stalk and slash, only this time not all the kills are off-screen! (That really annoyed me in the first one!) It follows the same formula on the set of a top film college. Everyones trying to win the "Hitcock prize" by making low-budget crap and a Kirsten Dunst look-a-like (the real one was too expensive) is going to make a film about a killer basing his murders on urban legends (de ja vu!) Only the film comes to life and someone is killing off her crew.

That's the basic plot, it's simple and everyone can follow it. This is the type of film girls would watch after "Twilight" on a sleepover thinking its a really adult, extreme horror film after being mildly scared by "Twilight". That means that for the rest of us, the scares are minimal and the action is just enjoyable instead of heart-stopping! However, what I did like was the way it used humour.

It was really funny in some places and the black security guard was a hoot baby! So you can't say that this film wasn't fun. What was also fantastic was the ending! I thought I was being very clever in sussing out who the killer was but it took me completely by surprise! "Urban Legends: Final Cut" is a wannabee "Scream" for a more miniature audience (i.e. 12+) it tries to be clever and sometimes it is but it is fun throughout and never dull. Just don't expect an out-of-this-world slasher because you simply aren't going to get it. If you're not expecting much then give it a try. I really enjoyed it.

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