Four outcast teenagers acquire mystical powers that allow them to become gods on campus, with deadly consequences.

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Cast

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Mathew Scollon ...
Reese Hauser (as Mat Scollon)
Melissa Reneé Martin ...
Ashley Bainbridge (as Melissa R. Martin)
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Zack Bainbridge
Alice Frank ...
Phoebe Lewis
Johnny Venocur ...
Jerry Hauser
Ronald Rezac ...
Principal McKinley
Roger Kristian Jones ...
Moss Man
Steven Glinn ...
Raimy
Mark Wood ...
Mr. Jessup
David Castro ...
Lane
Paul Taviani ...
Mr. Bartlett
Anna de Cardi ...
Miss Dunn
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Booji (as David Holt)
Cory Travalena ...
Bane
Aaron Deakins ...
Pugg
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Four outcast teenagers acquire mystical powers that allow them to become gods on campus, with deadly consequences.

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Taglines:

Always Believe... Never Deceive. See more »

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Thriller | Sci-Fi

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Rated R for violent images | See all certifications »

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17 September 2002 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

The Surge  »

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1.85 : 1
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Trivia

The movie was originally called "The Surge" and was even released on DVD with that title on the box art. See more »

Goofs

When Ashley and Reece are walking through the woods before the group video tapes their powers and she is asking him about who he lost his virginity to, the boom mics shadow is clearly visible on the ground and they walk See more »

Crazy Credits

No animals were hurt during the production of this photoplay, unless you want to count the hundred or so meal worms viciously slaughtered by the producer while the director was not looking. See more »

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Colorful, great montage, and all around enjoyable, couldn't take my eyes off of it.
10 January 2003 | by (U.S.A) – See all my reviews

I tend to disagree, i thought the camera angels were inventive and amazing, it was better than watching just face and whole body shots, here you get a definate sense that the entire crew is trying to make a film good, rather than just expecting it to fall as a b-horror flick, that is what it was but had it had study backing, it would have been along the lines of the faculty, and i think the colors in this film are amazing, and not just when they are on the stone, the entire time the visuals are keeping you with it. Granted this film has its flubs like anyother. I also think that every drama ever made was either about two things. Adult drama with divorce death, and the whole nine yards or a teenage drama about the horrors of high school, and trust me if you are the wrong type of person, high school is a horror. So how can you judge a film like that when all films are based in those two very general catagories. Okay i shouldn't say all but a good bulk of the popular ones.


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