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Cabin by the Lake (2000)

A screenwriter, who lives in a cabin by the lake near Los Angeles, drowns young women, then goes back to visit their bodies and do their laundry.

Director:

(as Po Chih Leong)

Writer:

(as C. David Stephens)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Mallory
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Boone
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Regan
Bernie Coulson ...
Duncan
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Lauren
Cam Cronin ...
Clayton
Bob Dawson ...
Sheriff
G. Patrick Currie ...
Logan
John Destry ...
Melvin
Guy Jellis ...
Deputy
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Babette
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Brooke
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Tiffany
Barbara Pollard ...
Hotel Manager
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Storyline

A screenwriter does research for his new script by actually kidnapping and drowning young girls. He then places them in his "garden" of other dead girls coming back daily to check on them. One girl narrowly escapes and the other bodies are found leading to an ingenious plot to try and capture the killer. Written by Shari-2

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Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for some terror/violence | See all certifications »
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Release Date:

1 February 2000 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Una cabaña junto al lago  »

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Trivia

Filmed in 32 days. See more »

Goofs

When Mallory & Regan are thrown from the boat with their hands tied behind them, you can clearly see Regan put her hand out to steady herself as she "jumps in". See more »

Quotes

Stanley: [on his answering machine] I'm not here and I can't afford voice mail, I'm just a writer. what do you want?
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Connections

Followed by Return to Cabin by the Lake (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

Go, Man, Go!
Written and Performed by Frankie Blue
Courtesy of Studios USA (BMI)
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for those who like PHYSCOlogical thrillers....
15 May 2003 | by (georgia) – See all my reviews

I enjoyed the movie then again i am a sucker for these kind of movies.. in this one Stanley is a, quoted from the sequel, "missunderstood genuis".. But i guess its one of the movies that you have to enjoy the physcological things to get it and to enjoy it.

As for the second one, like most sequels, its not the best.. it seems (and i am watching it as i type this) in return to cabin by the lake, Stanley has lost some of his "vision" and it just more interested it getting revenge on the directors, producers, ect. for butchering his script...


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