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Do You Wanna Know a Secret? (2001)

A night out on the town turns into a nightmare as six young college students find themselves hunted by a killer.

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Cast

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Michael Sarysz ...
College Boy
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Beth Morgan
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Hank Ford (as Joseph Lawrence)
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Agent Owen Sacker
Sara Premisler ...
Dorm Monitor
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Mayor Head
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Police Chief Gavin
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Taco Boy
Sterling Rice ...
Young Girl
Angela Taylor ...
Bikini Girl
Britton Purvis ...
Tom Barton
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Oz Washington (as Tom Jay Jones)
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Brad Adams / Bradley Clayton
Leonora Scelfo ...
Tina Webster
Elsie Escobar ...
Nellie Lopez
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A night out on the town turns into a nightmare as six young college students find themselves hunted by a killer.

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It began as a dream vacation. It ended as a deadly nightmare?


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Rated R for violence/gore and for some language | See all certifications »

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March 2001 (USA)  »

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Akarsz tudni egy titkot?  »

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Just before the end, the last person to die can be seen still breathing heavily. See more »

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References Miami Vice (1984) See more »

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* out of 4.

College kids renting a vacation house are slaughtered all because they know some deep, dark secret.

Lame, and I mean lame slasher movie with no logic, no brains, and worst of all no T&A. Slow and boring, this slasher film tries to be like I Know What You Did Last Summer, but fails on all counts. Avoid it.

Rated R; Graphic Violence and Profanity.


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