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Janet Leigh's last movie.
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Jonathan Brandis' last movie.
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Filmed in 2000.
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The "Girl's Gymnastics Team Winter Roster" that Tiffany is looking at contains the names of actual members of the crew: Christina Toy (Production Manager), Sheryl Rhodes (Production Coordinator), Sarah Rogers (Second Assistant Director), Sarinah Haba (Art Assistant), Valerie Halverson (Set Supervisor), Audrey Skalbania (Canadian Casting), and Cindy Larsen (Assistant Hair Stylist).
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Early film starring Aaron Paul who, having played a stereotypical high school geek, would later play the iconic character Jesse Pinkman in the hit show Breaking Bad (2008).
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Based on the 1995 teen novel by Paul Fleischman, a spoof of young adult horror novels popular at the time.
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The houses of the main characters Danielle and Brooke were filmed in the upper class area of Capilano in North Vancouver.
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Numerous sequences shot at the Cleveland Dam at Capilano Lake, Vancouver.
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Brooke is the only one of the Huns trio that doesn't swear or make any obscene hand gestures at any point in the film.
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The film was originally titled "A Fate Totally Worse Than Death" which is based off of the novel of the same name by Paul Fleischman.
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The film was released on DVD five years after it was initially filmed.
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Though it took a couple of years to finally get released, the film premiered at the Cannes Film Market in France.
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Spoilers 

The trivia items below may give away important plot points.

The Huns are each shown to be wearing the same individual colors throughout the film: Danielle wears red, Tiffany wears purple, and Brooke wears blue. Red symbolizes passion, anger, excitement, love, energy, aggression, and insecurity. Purple symbolizes royalty, creativity, mysteriousness, childish, cruelty, prosperity, and arrogance. Blue symbolizes peace, depression, integrity, stability, loyalty, coldness, and harmony.
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In the original novel, Katarina was actually named Helga and was from Norway, instead of Romania.
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