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The Bagman (2002)

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15 years ago, Jack Marshall's house burned to the ground, leaving him badly burnt with disfiguring scars and both parents dead! Everafter, he was cruelly teased and tormented by his peers. ... See full summary »


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Stephanie Beaton ...
Sue Creswell
Paul Zanone ...
Randy Joyner
Wil Matthew ...
Kirk Brooker
Henry Krugman
Katrina McCullough ...
Margaret Joyner
Steve Palmer
Lorelei ...
Tonya Krugman (as Lorelei Shannon)
Jeff Toth ...
Sherri / Young Jack Marshall / Man outside Bar
Matt Schwarz ...
Young Randy
Jason Hunt ...
Young Henry
Giovanni Camilleri ...
Homeless Man / Bartender (as Giovanni 'Pledge Jones' Camilleri)
Dallas Smyth ...
Woman (as Dallas Smith)
Sasha the Dog ...
Damian the Cat ...
Cat In Alley


15 years ago, Jack Marshall's house burned to the ground, leaving him badly burnt with disfiguring scars and both parents dead! Everafter, he was cruelly teased and tormented by his peers. 10 years ago, when Jack was 17, his own private hell came to an end when he was savagely murdered by his classmates. Today, Sue Creswell returns to her hometown where it all happened and the terror begins! Sue reunites with her old schoolmates. One by one, they disappear in a swirl of grisly slaughter. Sue is tormented by an unknown silent caller and a trail of blood that leads to nowhere... Is Jack Marshall really dead? Written by Silver Moon Productions <>

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Your past will ALWAYS come back to haunt YOU!





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Not a bad Flick and..... it had Stephanie Beaton
5 January 2003 | by (San Bernardino) – See all my reviews

This film is the freshman effort of Stephanie Beaton and her new production company. While it suffers from a few problems, as every low budget production does, it is a good start for Ms. Beaton and her company.

The story is not terribly new having been done in films like The Burning and every Friday the 13th since part 2. But, the performances are heartfelt. So many big budget movies just have the actors going through the motions, its always nice to see actors really trying to hone their craft.

The story deals with the murder(and possible return) of a disfigured classmate. The others are sworn to secrecy, but the trauma of the event sends each person in different directions in their lifes. Ten years later, the friends are murdered one by one by a gruesome stalker known as "The Bagman". Who will survive? You have to watch.

If you are Roger Ebert or any number of arrogant critics, you probably shouldn't bother. But if your taste run more towards Joe Bob Briggs and you want to see a group of people honing their craft, then check out "The Bagman".

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