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The Screaming (2000)

Money challenged college student Bob Martin rents a room from sexy Crystal Traum. She pushes her new age religion on him, Crystalnetics. Bob joins the organization and his outlook and ... See full summary »

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Bob Martin (as Vincent Bilancio and Vincent J. Bilancio)
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Crystal
Elizabeth Barris ...
Manny
John F. Goff ...
Jerry Steiner
Tim Gannon ...
Dusty Chase
Curt Swobel ...
Detective Ketchum
David Lipson ...
Jack (as Dave Lipson)
Daniella Green ...
Sarah
Linda Serbu ...
Carla
Erin Horne ...
Brenda
Tanya Taskila ...
Katy Cummings
Joe Haggerty ...
Crystalologist
Debbie Monroe ...
Nun / Teacher
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Student / Kid
David Billotti ...
Infomercial Spokesman
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Money challenged college student Bob Martin rents a room from sexy Crystal Traum. She pushes her new age religion on him, Crystalnetics. Bob joins the organization and his outlook and health sharply improve. However, a German detective warns Bob of the many people who died mysteriously from this cult. Bob learns the terrifying secret of "Crystalnetics" and the cult's monstrous leader.

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3 August 2000 (Japan)  »

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As the Bob Martin character tries to escape the temple, we see him trying to pull open the front doors, although they are clearly marked push. See more »

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No animals were hurt while shooting this film. Not even the cat. It's just a really mean cat, that's all. See more »

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Leeches of Life
Performed by Jim Tsvetjofski
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6 December 2003 | by See all my reviews

THE SCREAMING is a very low budget horror movie that was shot on video. It features passable acting, poor lighting, a weak story, and some of the worst monster effects I've ever seen. The plot has a college student being pressured to join a cult by his attractive landlord. The cult is a parody of Scientology with a book similar to Dianetics. This would have been a funny shot at that group were it not for a dumb script and the cheapness of the production. The monster effects look awful and the picture quality makes it feel like you're watching a home video or a public-service announcement. I think anyone who sees this will agree that movies should be shot on film.


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