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Director:
Writers:
Sue Bailey (written by) &
Joe Nelms (written by)
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Release Date:
2001 (Finland) See more »
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Plot:
A reporter (Thiessen) investigates a series of murders called the Spring Break Massacre which leads to further mayhem. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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Cast

  (in credits order) (verified as complete)

Directed by
John Blanchard 
 
Writing credits
Sue Bailey (written by) &
Joe Nelms (written by)

Produced by
Doug Blake .... line producer
Harold Bronson .... executive producer
Kai Ephron .... associate producer
Richard Foos .... executive producer
Joel Morrish .... associate producer
Stephen Nemeth .... producer
Andrew Ooi .... producer
Jeffre Phillips .... executive producer
Robert Shaw .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Tyler Bates 
 
Cinematography by
David J. Miller  (as David Miller)
 
Film Editing by
Richard LaBrie 
 
Casting by
Nicole Arbusto 
Joy Dickson 
 
Production Design by
Brian F. McCabe  (as Brian McCabe)
 
Art Direction by
Jesse James 
 
Set Decoration by
Beth Ann Lundin 
 
Costume Design by
Merrie Lawson 
 
Makeup Department
Rick Bongiovanni .... special makeup effects artist
Katrina Chevalier .... key hair stylist
Heidi Grotsky .... key makeup artist
Daniele Renee Koesterbaker .... additional makeup artist
Stefanie Owens .... intern
Pam Phillips .... key makeup artist (as Pamela Phillips)
 
Production Management
Patty Long .... production supervisor (as Patricia Ann Long)
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Bruce Dwiggins .... first assistant director
Kevin Wyrauch .... second assistant director (as Kevin Anthony)
 
Art Department
Greg Archibeque .... swing
Bryon Baalbergen .... swing
Yaniv Bashan .... set dresser
Fernando Calhoun .... scenic
Deborah de Prieto .... key scenic
David DeLeon .... additional props
James L. Eddy .... property master
Rob Evans .... leadman
Todd Glick .... additional props
John Jhong Ho Kim .... swing
Kevin P. Lewis .... swing
Scott Lockamy .... on-set dresser
Jill Parry .... swing
Andre Sowards .... assistant property master
Nick Sternberg .... swing
 
Sound Department
Les Aronson .... assistant sound editor
Les Aronson .... foley artist
Les Aronson .... sound re-recording mixer
Pauline Campoverde .... assistant sound editor
Maxim Carl .... adr recordist
Maxim Carl .... foley recordist
Dave Chertock .... dialogue editor
Kevin Compayre .... boom operator
John Davies .... supervising sound editor
Laurie Davies .... assistant sound editor
Robert Davies .... assistant sound editor
Brian Geer .... adr recordist
Brian Geer .... foley recordist
David H. Goodman .... sound facility director
Jeff Mar .... adr supervisor
Jeff Mar .... dialogue supervisor
Jeff Mar .... sound re-recording mixer
Benjamin Patrick .... sound mixer (as Ben Patrick)
David Robin .... foley editor
Stephen P. Robinson .... sound designer (as Steve Robinson)
Stephen P. Robinson .... sound effects editor (as Steve Robinson)
Robert R. Rutledge .... foley artist (as Bob Rutledge)
Anthony Silva .... assistant sound editor
Edward M. Steidele .... foley artist (as Ed Steidele)
Debby VanPoucke .... supervising sound editor (as Debby Van Poucke)
Dennis C. Salcedo .... sound mixer (uncredited)
 
Special Effects by
Larry Fioritto .... special effects coordinator
Ray Paulson .... special effects technician
Jim Welsh .... special effects technician
 
Visual Effects by
Erik Anderson .... digital effects supervisor: T&T Digital Effects Company
Nick Anderson .... optical assistant: T&T Optical Effects Company
Toby Anderson .... animation operator: T&T Optical Effects Company
David R. Burns .... computer graphics artist (as David Burns)
Jean-Paul Carmichael .... technical assistant
Jean-Robert Chery .... computer graphics artist
Cecilia Chien .... CG supervisor
Dan Clark .... optical assistant: T&T Optical Effects Company
Michael DeBeer .... computer graphics artist
Joseph Dewitt .... lead CG compositor (as Joseph 'Jay' Dewitt)
Thomas T. Eckelberry .... optical line-up: T&T Optical Effects Company
Todd Gukelberger .... computer graphics artist
Paula Heaphy .... computer graphics artist
Brian Midkiff .... optical camera: T&T Optical Effects Company
Steve Parker .... computer graphics artist
Jason Pattan .... computer graphics artist
Corey Rosen .... visual effects supervisor (as Corey E. Rosen)
Clancy Smith .... computer graphics artist
 
Stunts
David Barrett .... stunt player
Jennifer Caputo .... stunt player
Mark Chadwick .... stunt player
Sophia Crawford .... stunt player
George Fisher .... stunt player
Sandra Lee Gimpel .... stunt player (as Sandra Gimpel)
Tim Henry .... stunt player
Gloria O'Brien .... stunt player
Chris Palermo .... stunt coordinator
Chris Palermo .... stunt player
Philip Tan .... assistant stunt coordinator
Gloria O'Brien .... stunt double: Julie Benz (uncredited)
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Robert Reed Altman .... camera operator
Kevin Cadwallader .... electrician
Steve Carmer .... dolly grip
Marcelo Colacilli .... gaffer (as Marcello Colacilli)
Bill Colino .... grip
Danny Cosica .... best boy grip
Adam Crocker .... additional grip
Frits De Jong .... additional grip
David Eubank .... first assistant camera: "a" camera
Wendy Finn .... additional second assistant camera
Christopher Franey .... electrician (as Christopher E. Franey)
Harry Gradzhyan .... electrician
Orlando Hernandez .... best boy electric
Colin Hudson .... Steadicam operator
Melissa Kelly .... intern
Neil Kinkead .... additional grip
David Levich .... grip
Michael Lohmann .... first assistant camera: "b" camera (as Mike Lohmann)
Robert L. Matthews .... additional grip
Will McGarry .... still photographer
Richard Oliver .... electrician
Alen Petkovic .... additional grip
Kosta Rigopoulos .... grip
David Sammons .... first assistant camera: steadicam
Jandy Sexton .... grip
Cara Singleton .... second assistant camera: "b" camera
Jason Untersee .... additional grip
Jon Weiner .... electrician (as Jonathan Wiener)
Christopher Wiggins .... second assistant camera: "a" camera (as Chris Wiggins)
David Winner .... key grip
Jason Zakrzewski .... camera loader
 
Animation Department
David R. Burns .... animation supervisor
 
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Nicole Capasso .... wardrobe supervisor
Kate Samhat .... on-set costumer (as Katharine Swartz)
 
Editorial Department
Fritz Meier .... post-production assistant
Emily Speigleman .... post-production assistant
Glenn Whitten .... color timer (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Sarah Diamond .... music supervisor
Andy Wombwell .... music supervisor
 
Transportation Department
Gary DeVoe .... driver
Sean Glenn .... transportation captain
Jerry Levin .... cast driver
Glen Mastright .... cast driver (as Glenn Mastright)
Anthony T. Mazzola .... driver
David 'Bear' Ortiz .... driver (as David 'The Bear' Ortiz)
John Proctor .... transportation coordinator
 
Other crew
James Barrett .... set production assistant
Edward Cass .... assistant production coordinator (as Ted Cass)
Greg Cervantes .... office production assistant
Sharon C. Dietz .... production coordinator
Guin Dill .... animal trainer (as Guin Noland)
Patrick Duchesne .... chef
Christian Dwiggins .... set production assistant
Craig Farkas .... assistant to director: John Blanchard
Christian Froude .... assistant accountant
Tasha Hardy .... set production assistant (as Tasha P. Hardy)
Allison Hughes .... office production assistant
Tracy Ireland .... craft service
T.J. Kurstin .... office production assistant
Alexia Loehde .... craft service
Jan McWilliams .... script supervisor
Randy Paul .... production legal: Gipson Hoffman & Pancione
Ian Root .... location manager
Danielle Sanchez .... assistant to producer: Stephen Nemeth (as Danielle Sanchez)
Benjamin Scissors .... set production assistant (as Ben Scissors)
Tim Turner .... production accountant
Brian Berkenfeld .... unit publicist (uncredited)
Erick M. Medina .... production insurance (uncredited)
Rik Walters .... financing consultant (uncredited)
 
Thanks
Catherine Forrester .... the filmmakers wish to thank
Artie Ripp .... special thanks
 

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Rated R for crude sexual humor, language, parody violence and some substance abuse
Runtime:
86 min
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Trivia:
Aimee Graham plays a character named Screw in this film, which is a spoof of Drew Barrymore's character in Scream (1996). In Scream 2 (1997), Heather Graham (Aimee's older sister) plays the Hollywoodized version of Barrymore's character in the film-within-a-film, "Stab".See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: After Dawson hits Hag and she's sitting in the van, she wipes of some of the blood on her chin. In the next shot it is all there again untouched.See more »
Quotes:
PA:[voice-over] Attention students, Flight 916 for Tuscany will be boarding at Gate 14A. The white zone is for loading and unloading of passengers only, no parking. Also, today's happy hour will be held in the Biology lab. Remember, wings are free when you buy a pitcher.See more »
Movie Connections:
Spoofs Scream (1996)See more »
Soundtrack:
I'd DieSee more »

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8 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
Shriek is what Scary Movie was trying to get to..., 20 June 2001
Author: REMwoman from Vancouver, Canada

I have to admit that I didn't rent this video, my teen daughter did, but she liked it so much, she insisted that I watch it, telling me..."It isn't dumb, you'll like it!" She was right. We watched it together and both laughed all the way through. Since that first viewing, I've watched it a couple more times and--this is my best review of all--I found new things to laugh at that I missed the first time. We've recommended it to my daughter's friends and to my friends, and from both age groups we haven't heard anything but rave comments.

I think what's most important for its success is that Shriek is well written by script artists who have a great sense of dialogue. They've got a good grasp of the essential nature of parody and I think they must have seen every 'dead teen' horror flick ever. Because they know them so well, they've put in gags about pretty much everything related to them, instead of having to resort to being one-gag wonders.

But they don't stop with lots of in-jokes about dead teen movies--added on to that is an absurd collection of sight gags and parody-within-a- parody subplots (everything from the dance sequences in Grease to a few glimpses here and there of the Rocky Horror Picture Show).

In fact, there are so many sly asides and one-liners that I couldn't help but think "Mel Brooks" all the way through it. Of course, just like Mel Brooks' movies, this movie isn't claiming to be War and Peace or something. If you are looking for some kind of deep intellectual insight or social criticism, Shriek won't be for you...but then again, the genre it spoofs isn't about deep intellectual insights, either. Those movies are just for a thrill and this one is just for fun. So if what you're looking for is a good time and a lot of laughs, you can't miss with Shriek.

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